Buyer sends Seller a purchase order for 1,000 widgets at the advertised price of $10 each. Seller responds to Buyer's order with an email saying, "We are in receipt of your order for 1,000 widgets at the advertised price of $10 each, and we will be happy to fill it. However, before we can do so, we must require you to agree to the following terms." The message then sets forth terms negating warranties and limiting remedies and concludes, "Upon receipt of your reply to this message stating your agreement to these terms, we will immediately ship your order." Under the minority rule, this exchange of forms would amount not to a contract but to a conditional acceptance. In contrast, under the minority rule, the exchange of forms in the previous example would create a contract.