Posted on 08 July 15 at 15:34TheMaize said:JMJimmy said:TheMaize said:JMJimmy said:So they're either violating Canadian labeling laws (requires the original price to be displayed) or advertising laws (advertising a discount for a price that no one currently pays) or both.No they are not.....they are not required to write the original Price, aslong as they write what the discount is, and they can prove that the titles was actually sold at the "real" Price before the sale.Even if what you write was true..you can never get punished for writing a "before Price" that is too low...only the other way aroundThey are required to, any product that you can't inspect the contents of prior to purchase has the same rules across Canada. Read up on it if you like... http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-38/page-7.html?texthighlight=price#s-18. - 18.(d) to be specific.Also, when you reduce the price that everyone pays (ie: the regular price) the 'membership discount price' is the discount between that price and the price you're paying, ie: 17% not 50%. They can dress it up in whatever marketing terms they want, it's still considered a deceptive marketing practice in this country.Again..they dont reduce the normal Price...its a one week sale....and its not stated anywhere that the silverdiscounted Price is the normal Price...just because you dont understand the sale, doesnt mean its illegal.....But yeah...the discounts are correct, ALL of them..if you think you have a case, feel free to sue them.I have done everything to explain to you how the sale Works, and if you still dont get it, i dont think you ever will...so im out of this debate...have a nice day...I can't believe someone is actually complaining about a sale.