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Hernan Martinez Tom v PepsiCo Issue - Was the commercial enough to assume mutual assent for the Harrier Jet? Rules - Advertisements do not constitute an offer unless it is explicitly stated in the advertisement. - One must consider the intentions of a company’s advertisement. If the advertisement seems like a joke, treat it as such. Analysis - There was no official Harrier Jet in PepsiCo’s catalogue nor the website. Made it clear to consumers that it was a joke. - Many other parts of the commercial are exaggerated, such as the 10-year-old boy driving the fighter jet pilot. - The cost of Pepsi points to purchase the Harrier Jet was unreasonable. The jet

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