My mum was telling me her friend (who is 70+) was charge £5.18 for 6 eggs (just normal eggs not even free range!). She bought them from her local shop (well one of those grocery/money wiring shops).Are they allowed to charge this much?
I think your friend may be taking the mickey out of you or your friend is a bit gullible. Shops can charge what they want and if people are dim enough to pay the price, then so be it.G
Are they allowed to charge this much?Shops can charge whatever the market can support, if people were willing to pay £100 for a dozen eggs they would charge that.
Why don't you visit the shop and see for yourself. It maybe that the shop took advantage of an old lady. It does sound a tad expensive>
"Why don't you visit the shop and see for yourself."Good advice peter99co, but make sure bocat_0 that your mum's friend takes the receipt with her.
. . . don't appear to go together. Not even our local (big chains) Spar and Mills issue receipts - unless you ask for one in advance I guess.I think someone has made a mistake here - probably more likely shortchanged - could be an error eitherway - lady hands over £5 thinks its £10 or vice versa.
"Not even our local (big chains) Spar and Mills issue receipts - unless you ask for one in advance I guess."That really surprises me. Even our local Poundland shop issues a receipt. They are good quality printed ones too, unlike some large companies' ones.
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