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Unformatted text preview: And there is no binding contract. The court held that there was no agreement because. It was just a commercial that had no contract agreements and the person also had a catalog that had the prizes he could win but in the catalog there was no jet. The Harrier jet in the Pepsi commercial is fanciful and is included to create a funny and entertaining ad. Also there was no valid agreement do to the four elements of a contract not being present. Contracts are not generally considered offers unless they are aimed at specific people or groups or if they have a price and location. They are considered invitation to offers but not likely offers. This case differs from a reward situation because there was no agreements do to the jet not being in the Pepsi catalog so there was no binding agreement. The jet just meant to be funny and get attention....
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- Summer '09