Company changing prices from flyer prices
We had a flyer from CPC in Nov (one of their bulk bargains catalogues) which advertised an item at a certain price. We placed an order, the items arrived and the invoice arrived too.
Now, the price of that item has increased on the invoice. On querying it, they say 'because of the change in price of the value against the dollar, we've had to put up prices'. On the catalogue, there is an 'offer ends' date. And in the small print, here is a bunch about prices being correct at time of print, valid for dates indicated, and they are subject to change.
Now, I always thought that distance trading laws didn't allow companies to randomly change prices between advertised pricing and invoiced prices, regardless of small print.
Can anyone advise?