Thread DetailsLast Edited by DrWhatMan May 11, 2016 at 10:21 PM
According to Amazon, they have ceased price matching refunds for items that have a change in price any time after the initial purchase has been made. Their only exception is only if it applies to TVs.
In this situation, the savings wasn't much, but it was enough for me to warrant wanting the refund applied. This just seems like an idiotic policy (to me anyways, sure it is saving them money, but not sure how much in the long run). Because if it were a brick and mortar store, I could just go in return it, and purchase it at the new price.
So for example:
$30.00 on the 9th
$15.00 on the 11th
They wouldn't provide a refund for the $15 difference.
Just as a heads up if no one already knew, and if this was already passed around here, sorry for bothering you guys.