We don’t know about you, but when it comes to shopping, we prefer to do it from the comfort of our home while sipping a chilled glass of Hi-C and reading the latest Cracked magazine. Forget for a minute how reading a magazine and shopping online wouldn’t make any sense and let’s move on to why you’re here: Target is announcing a year-round price match with online retailers.
Now, before you get excited about a bargain you found on UncleWilliesHouseOfDeals.net that you plan to bring in to Target in order to get a 110-inch HDTV into your pickup truck for $.28, there are some limitations to the price matching with online retailers. First off, it needs to be a way more legitimate retailer such as Amazon, Walmart, BestBuy, ToysRus, and, ironically, Target’s online website.
Target shoppers will also be able to demand their price match before or after a product was purchased from their stores. All you’ll need to do is make a trip to the lovely Target Guest Services section of the store to show them proof of the price difference, and Target will match that price.
Target’s year-round price match of online retailers goes into affect immediately.
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