Best Buy: New Price Matching Policy Starting March 3

This is great news! Starting March 3, 2013, Best Buy will price match all local retail competitors, along with 19 major online competitors in all product categories. Customers will need to ask for the price match. Be sure to take the competitor’s ad with you or show the online price you are matching on a mobile device.

Additionally, if Best Buy lowers a price on a product (online or in-store), they will allow price-matching for up to 15 days following the original purchase. However, they will NOT allow price matching after the fact if the lower price is from a competitor. Along with these changes, Best Buy will be changing their return/exchange policy from 30 days to just 15 days (Reward Zone Premier Silver members will still have the ability to make returns for 60 days).
 
Here is a list of the online competitors included in Best Buy’s new price match policy:
 
  • 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
  • Walmart.com
  • For more details about Best Buy’s new price match policy, read the article here.

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