Products sold at a discount are subject to the same regulations as normally priced products. The vendor has the right to first attempt to repair the defect or fault in the product. If repairing is impossible or would cause unreasonable costs, the item can be replaced with a faultless one.
If it is impossible to either repair the defect or replace the product, the company may provide compensation in the form of a discount. The discount must correspond in value to the defect. Complete cancellation of the sale is usually the last possible recourse in compensation. The consumer may demand it if the defect is significant and no other form of compensation can be provided. The customer and the vendor may also agree on the method of compensation. For example, the vendor may immediately replace the defective item or agree to cancel the sale.
Defective or faulty goods