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    Hey Kohls, why can’t I have those body bags at the sale price?

Hey Kohls, why can’t I have those body bags at the sale price?

Dolores Gillespie thinks she’s going to pay $12 for a handbag. But Kohl’s has other plans for her purchase.

B&B confirmed the wrong rate — do they have to honor the price?

The Pensione Nichols looks like the kind of bed and breakfast I'd want to stay in the next time I'm in Seattle. It's charming, historical and it's even recommended by my own magazine.

Korean Air cancels tickets because of fare error

Here's a case that's been keeping me up at night.

Is this enough compensation? How much is that fat-finger mistake worth?

Gretchen Kenney thought the $232 a night rate at Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club was pretty darned good, considering that Marriott's own website showed the same two-bedroom unit at $589 a night.

Is this enough compensation? Funny money for a fat-finger rate

Bob Slattery booked a room at La Maltese Estate Villa, a hotel that exudes the ambience of a privileged "members only" private club in Santorini, Greece. The rate? An unbelievable $110 per night, snagged through the site Vacationist.com.

Is Celebrity’s last-minute price switch legitimate?

Kathi McGaffigan and Bruce Nordqusit's upcoming Italy cruise on the Celebrity Constellation came with an unpleasant surprise just a few days before they set sail. The company discovered a pricing error and reset their rate from $999 per person to $1,549, and although it apologized for the mistake, it insisted on charging the couple the difference.

Rooms for $58 a night at the Ritz Carlton Chicago? No way!

When Jack Whalen found an unbelievable room rate of $58 a night at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago -- and on a holiday weekend, no less -- he was thrilled. "This was to have been an anniversary trip, and my wife would love to stay at a high end hotel at a great price," he says.