If you buy things from mall kiosks in the valley, make sure you're getting what you pay for. The Arizona Department of Weights and Measures did a recent surprise inspection at malls across the valley, and it found almost half of the kiosks inspected didn't have prices listed on merchandise.
State law requires all merchandise offered or shown for sale to contain a price.
"Not having a price listed on merchandise offered for sale is not an option," said Shawn Marquez, director of compliance at the Department of Weights and Measures. "Most retailers in the state of Arizona work diligently to provide their customers with clear and concise pricing."
Fifty-two kiosks were inspected between July and August. Officials say 29 of those passed their inspections.
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