Unbeatable

The most frequent uses of the word “unbeatable” are as follows:
Unbeatable Value we need an assurance that the advertiser sells the products or services at generally low prices. If the ad also refers to prices, or flat goods (i.e. goods identical to those sold elsewhere) it’s likely that we will need to see the advertiser’s Price Promise.
Unbeatable Choice we need an assurance that the advertiser sells as wide a range of products or services as that of competitors.
Unbeatable Prices these are acceptable where advertisers can provide evidence that their prices are as low as, but not necessarily lower than, their competitors’ prices.
Unbeatable Deal if the ad also refers to prices, it’s likely that we will need to see the advertiser’s published Price Promise.

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