A pricing shayla

You are at the checkout counter buying an item, which is tagged 5 shekel. The bar code when you check out rings up less and in the end you are asked to pay less then the marked price. Do you have to tell the cashier that it is marked more or just assume that the article was mislabed or the price went down and what you are asked to pay is what they want you to pay.

….on the other hand if the price tag says 5 shekel and the price comes up on the kupa higher the store has to (usually they do) charge you what the label says and “take the loss”.

Answer:

You do not need to inform the cashier of a discrepency. This is because the computer price can be assumed to be the most updated price, and therefore the “correct” price.

Either way, the cashier should be told so that the price tags are updated.

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