The wife and I went into the local Wal-Mart to buy a new litter-pan for the cat. As were looking at litter pans I see a covered one above a price tag that read $4.36. I thought it was an item that was probably moved on the shelf by a customer or employee as the cheapest conventional litter pan was $7.00, then as I looked at the section it was clear that the section was full and well stocked and then I looked closer at the tag and saw that the tag only said "sv litter pan". So I was pretty sure this litter pan wasn't $4.36 so I looked at the other tags to try and find where this particular pan was supposed to go and there were no empty spots for tanymore pans. We took the pan to the register and it rang up at $27.00 I immediately protested and said the tag for that pan was $4.36. The cashier called her manager over who said she could not override the price difference. I told her she could go look at the tag for herself so we both walked back and I showed her the tag and the stack of the same pan. She then checks the UPC code on the pan and the price tag and tells me the wrong pans were in that spot and it was my responsibility to check the UPC codes. I told her it wasn't my responsibility to check any codes and it was Wal-Mart's responsibility to market and stock items properly. I ended up the getting pan for $4.36 and tax. My wife thinks we should have just payed full price. I disagree, it was their error. What say you? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!