Inaccurate price in an advert
Adverts occasionally contain inaccurate information. As a consumer, you cannot demand that the seller offer the same price that has been advertised.
The seller is responsible for providing correct and understandable price information. But you still cannot insist on buying a product at the price that has been advertised, regardless of whether it is correct or not. The seller is not bound by such information.
If an advert has cost you money
You cannot demand that merchandise be sold at the price that you saw in an advert. In certain cases, however, you can demand reimbursement for expenses, such as an unnecessary trip to the shop, that you incurred due to the inaccurate advert.
This text has been translated from Swedish. Bear in mind that the translation may differ slightly from the original text. The source has only proofread the Swedish text.
- Proofread 14 January 2015