I went to Toys R Us on "Black Friday" and attempted to buy the First Act 5 piece Drum Set listed in their Sales flier for $49.99. When I got to the register the item rang up $99.99. I was told the drum set I had was not the one that was on sale. I asked to be shown to the one that was on sale and was taken to a drum set that was not even near the other First Act items in the store and the set I was given was a 4 piece set. I pointed out that the ad was for a 5 piece set and the clerk said that the ad must be a misprint. I said that they should honor the ad and then correct the problem but the clerk and a manager refused to do it.
I went in to the store at 1pm, they had been open since 5am and had hours to correct this. I believe they placed the more expensive set where it could be seen and wanted people to purchase it and not get the sale price. I purchased the more expensive set anyway since it was the one in the ad and told the clerk I would be contacting the corprate office to complain.
When I called the customer service rep took my nam and phone number and said a supervisor would call me back since the store would not honor an ad price. I was contacted back by a supervisor within 30 minutes. The supervisor said he could see the error and it was on their website also and he said he was sorry for the confusion but all he would do was call the store and have them hold the less expensive set and I could go back and return mine and purchase the cheaper one for the sale price.
I am not satisfied with their response and feel they should honor their ads or place a retraction in the store when the problem is noticed, not wait hours and refuse to honor prices when they know their ads, store signs, and website are misleading.