Hopefully, someone answers this who actually knows the answer and isn't just guessing. Many of us have taken advantage of dvd mis-prices. Retailers have varying policies when it comes to mis-priced items. Some will simply cancel the item, some will ask that you pay the correct price and won't ship the item until you agree to do so or cancel the item, and some will honor the mis-price (our favorite). Recently, Tower.Com mis-priced the Fox Studio Classics box set of four movies. The intended price was $45.99; it, however, was listed at $9.99 and many, including myself, were able to place an order at that price. But before my copy shipped, Tower discovered its error and sent e-mails to many - again, including myself - saying that, because of the mis-price, they were holding the order unless the customer agreed to pay the correct price or cancelled it. That's fine - I had no problem with this procedure. Win some, lose some. I just let it go and did nothing. I expect due to faulty procedures, Tower shipped anyway and charged the $9.99 price. After the set was shipped, Tower sent another e-mail asking me to ship the set back at their expense, else they would charge me the full $45.99 price. I e-mailed back and said, no, you can't do that; you can't double charge for an item without my authorization and I refused to do so and also said that I would dispute any additional charges with me credit card company. Which I will do. Today, I receive another e-mail saying fine, we're going to charge the higher price unless you agree to ship the item back and if I want to dispute the charge with my credit card company, go right ahead. This is a first occurance for me. Does anyone know what our actual rights are when a company mis-prices an item, ships it anyway, and then asks for more? Is Tower within their rights to charge the higher price? Or am I in refusing to? Am I likely to be successful in disputing the additional charge with my credit card company (I will be calling them to get their view). I do know (or believe) that a B&M has no rights once I pay for an item and leave the premises.