Complaints upheld against Currys, Aer Lingus over advertisements

That is according to the latest bulletin from the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI). Complaints were upheld on grounds relating to misleading advertising, health and beauty, and safety and children. The advertisements related to e-mail, social media, online, television and print advertising. The ASAI chose not to uphold two consumer complaints. A complaint was upheld against Currys PC World over a Facebook advert, in which a  complainant claimed the sale price for a vacuum cleaner was not discounted in the checkout. The advertisers said that while there was a saving on the delivery cost of the model shown being eligible for free delivery, there was not a saving on the actual product price. Aer Lingus also had a complaint upheld against them, over an ad about travelling with pets.

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