toro snowblower

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by fishinjim, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. Fish_Heads

    Fish_Heads Never enough time......

    I think they realized they messed up big time.........They're out of stock now.........I ordered some before they caught it.........I wonder if they'll show up ??

  2. I'll gladly give you $50 for one...please.
  3. Any update...did you guys actually get them sent to you or did the company send you a note saying they wouldn't honor the online price due to a technical matter?
  4. Fish_Heads

    Fish_Heads Never enough time......

    Greetings from

    Due to an unexpected error, the following item(s) you have ordered
    were incorrectly priced at the time of your order.

    Toro Electric 1800 Power Curve Snowthrower - No. 51598

    We're sorry, but we are unable to offer this item for the incorrect
    price. The correct price is $299.99. We have canceled your order for
    this item. If you would like to order this item at the correct price,
    please visit to check for availability.

    Despite our best efforts, a small number of items on our site are
    occasionally mis-priced. We do, however, verify prices as part of our
    shipping procedures. If we discover that an item's correct price is
    higher than our stated price, we will either contact you for
    instructions before shipping or cancel your order and notify you of
    the cancellation. This pricing policy is posted in the Help section

    Again, we're sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused
    you. Thank you for being our valued guest.


    Guest Service Department
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 30, 2015
  5. If you wanted to you could get this if you pushed it hard enough... My G/F has worked for cust. serv. befor. If it was posted on there web sit they should have to honor there prices. its not the customer's fault. To those who all ready ordered it.

    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 30, 2015
  6. UFM82

    UFM82 The one others want to be

    Stores do not gave to honor prices if they are obviously wrong and/or have a disclaimer somewhere in the ad or on the website. You may get a CSR that will work with you and you'd be lucky but they do NOT have to honor the price.

    I tried to buy a 17" drill press from Sears last year when it was advertised at $179.00 on sale. (Normally like $600) Obviously a mistake and Sears quickly made it known they found the error. A few people who ran down that day and got them before Sears figured it out got lucky. So, accidents do happen but no vendor is going to advertise without a disclaimer.