Rachel B wrote in post #10488130
I understand where you are coming from, but even if someone really didnt know they are unlikely to trhow a fit in the store, becasue they are not truing to get something for nothing
When Bestbuy had the same issue with a tv last year the police had to be called to the local store...People think by raising their voice and threatening law suits that they are going to walk away with a tv $$$$ cheaper than what it should be, the price error was an online error and the website has similar terms to walmart. This lens is exactly the same.
Stores do low price baits all the time while attempting to drive consumer traffic and sales. All the big box stores do this, more-so during the Xmas shopping season. The customer expects to receive that special price on the advertised product, whether human error or computer glitch, and it doesn't matter who is to blame for the wrongly listed price. False advertising, or bait and switch campaigns, don't fly in this country. You bet people will be loud (hopefully w/o being physically violent) and threaten law suits, and they should be raising hell if they're being screwed over with "oh well, the ad had the wrong price listed - no sale". If everyone stood by quietly then we'd all be getting screwed all the time.