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Not cool, man: Dixons spanked over discount on luxury 'smart' fridge with wildly fluctuating price

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Re: Trade Descriptions Act

@gryphon; "My local Tesco always seems to be one of the stores they use to set the 'was' price."

The small "Tesco Express" near where I work normally charges something like £2.89 for a regular-sized (eight IIRC) pack of Jacob's Club orange biscuits (except when they're on offer at 99p and I can "save" £1.89(!)).

That's ludicrous- the online site price is similar to what I remember them being sold for at the other Tesco- £1.44 regular, reduced to 99p on offer.

Even though the Express store tends to be a bit more expensive, none of their other biscuits are so ludicrously and weirdly overpriced. I suspected there must be some pricing shenanigans going on

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