EVERYONE’s favorite store has a price-matching hack that could save you a ton of money.
“If you find something that’s cheaper in the app, online, or in select competitors, they will price match it for you right in the store,” the expert advised.
She went on: “Amazon’s one of the direct competitors, so if you’re looking for a new Keurig this season and you find one in stores that is a little bit more pricey but you find one on Amazon that’s cheaper, they’ll price match it for you.”
According to the Target website, the store will match the price if you find the identical item for less at Target.com or on their app.
If shoppers find a lower price within 14 days after already purchasing, Target will also adjust their payment to the lower price.
There are some rules:
- The price-matched item must be the identical product, brand name, size, weight, color, quantity and model number
- Alaska and Hawaii Target stores are excluded from price-matching online competitors
- There may be a limit to how many prices matches per item
Some exclusions apply:
- Alcohol will be subject to state-by-state regulations
- Target Circle offers, gift cards, registry completion coupons and Target coupons cannot be combined with price match
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For the complete list of limitations and exclusions, head to Target.com.
Another TikToker named Lizzy shared instructions on how exactly to get the matched prices.
Lizzy explains that as soon as you walk in, head directly to guest services and show them the lower price from your phone or ad, and they will immediately change the price for you.
To save even more, she says that price matching is great when shoppers have Target coupons.
“When Target sells the Apple Watches or the iPhones and they have the extra $100 gift card or $50 gift card, you can get a better price and the gift card on top of that,” Lizzy explained.
Just note, the gift cards she is referring to are actually manufacturer coupons. Target gift cards are excluded from price matching.
Manufacturer coupons are issued by the manufacturer offering a free item or a specific amount off the purchase price of one or more of a manufacturer’s products.