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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
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  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • WYB = When You Buy
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  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Best Buy is making some big changes to their price matching/adjustment policy! Starting on 3/3, they will begin price matching a select group of major online competitors in addition to local retailers.

The full list of online stores includes:

Amazon.com Apple.com Bhphotovideo.com
Buy.com Crutchfield.com Dell.com
Frys.com HHGregg.com HP.com
HomeDepot.com Lowes.com Newegg.com
OfficeDepot.com OfficeMax.com Sears.com
Staples.com Target.com TigerDirect.com

Price matching will occur at the point of sale and you won’t be able to price-match after your purchase.  However, if Best Buy lowers their price within 15 days you can come in and have the price adjusted.

You will have to ask for the price-matching at the register and I’d suggest you bring along the ad or some type of proof to make the process go smoothly.

One not so fun change is to the return policy.  The window for returns was 30 days, but that will change to 15 days.  Reward Zone Premier Silver members will still have 60 days for returns and exchanges.

What do you think about the changes? I’m happy to see more companies getting competitive with online retailers.

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    • Amanda

      Dont forget that the place you are price matching must have the item in stock. For ex., walmart actually has to have an iphone in stock at their price for Best Buy to technically price match it. Not to say that a good store won’t keep you there to get the sale by offering a bundle package on accessories or something…but the place needs to have the item to sell you in order for a true price match to happen…if the employee follows the rules.

    • Anne

      I just read it has to have the low price guarantee badge for them to price match. I was going to price match the brother laser printer, and wouldn’t you know NO low price guarantee badge.