It qualifies as bait and switch if they add a different item to your cart, not fail to add it at all. That
is false advertising. Yes, listings on newegg are "advertising." If it pleases the court, I'd like to cite as precident someone vs someone else in which it was ruled many years ago that you must add a "see price in cart" option for certain items because newegg has agreements with suppliers not to "advertise" a lower price than $xxxxx on a given product. Like if EVGA says don't "advertise" under $200 for this graphics card or it's not fair to our other resellers and newegg wants to give it up for $190, they slap a "see price in cart" in there to make it legal. Soooooo advertising that you have some in your product listing and then not having it = false advertising.
That's like being Best Buy saying we have the new iPhone in stock at this location! and then not having it in stock, and by the way they got sued for doing precisely that a year or two ago.
I rule in favor of the miners *bangs gavel*
Btw I have also seen the red text of doom and been SO MAD!
Oh btw, use the power search and select "all" as the first choice and then 5830 as the model and TADA is magically start displaying returns and open boxes and refurbs that weren't listed in the normal search. They all sold out too though and I won't even tell you the price cuz you'd toss your monitor out the window
okay fine, I believe it was $109 for open box ones.