Thread DetailsLast Edited by uscpsycho October 2, 2009 at 02:21 PM
My first rule of price matching is to bring a printout of the store's PM policy with you. Before you, go have the relevant sections highlighted, this includes anything having to do with rebates, coupons, etc. This puts them on notice that you are serious and have done your homework. Nothing beats the feeling of having a manager contradict the PM policy, then pulling the PM policy out of your pocket and pointing to a section (already highlighted) that negates what he said. When that happens, you'll get your PM 100% of the time, and the manager will feel like a tool. Hopefully there will be lots of other customers nearby when this happens
These are the price matching policies of the most popular SD retailers, in alphabetical order. If you can think of any that I missed please add them to the wiki.
bodybuilding.com - you have to call to get a price match but they will match competitor prices
http://www.endless.com/help/200104720/ (thanks wookiewoo - repped)
Target.com - http://www.target.com/b/ref=br_bx...e=1
Target B&M - http://forums.slickdea
Wal Mart - According to fine print on TV commercial "Our stores will match the price of any local competitor's printed ad for an identical product. Not applicable to Walmart.com. Restrictions apply. See store for details." (see also: http://forums.slickdea
Home Depot - See post #22 - diff policy for Online & B&M
Toys R Us - Does not PM according to rtalber1 in post #9. Or maybe they do? See post #32.
Can anyone find:
Frys - See Wiki
One thing to note is that some of the retailers above do not PM other stores but it's still helpful to know what their PM policy is.