5 Stores Where You Can Price Match

Price Match 5 Stores Where You Can Price Match

5 Stores Where You Can Price Match

Did you know stores will often advertise a different promotional price than what you can find in-store? It's a common practice to do this, as well as advertise price matching competitors, with the hope that customers won't actually utilize the promotion or offer. Not all stores will price match, however, so how can you find out which stores do price match?

DoNotPay can help you save money at almost any store. A lot of stores promise a price match or other promotional price but don't actually go through with it in person. However, DoNotPay will get you the compensation or refund you're entitled to.

What Stores Price Match?

First, it's important to know exactly what a price match is. When a store promises to do a price match, they're saying that they'll match the price of an item sold at their store that's sold at a lower price somewhere else. For example, if something like a gallon of milk costs less money at Kroger, then Walmart may perform a price match, so you pay Kroger's milk price instead of their own.

A store may have to price match their own advertised promotion as well. Sometimes, a store will advertise a promotional price that isn't the one you pay in-store. If you notice this after you've checked out, going to customer service might be one of your only options.

Some stores that price match include:

Company NamePrice Match?Company NamePrice Match?
Walmart (online only)YesLowe'sYes
The Home DepotYesTargetYes
Bass Pro ShopYesAmazonYes
Best BuyYesNordstromYes

Costco doesn't price match, but they will refund you the difference if an item you purchased goes on sale within the next thirty days.

For most stores, you will have to go to customer service in order to receive money back for a price match. This can be pretty frustrating, as many stores typically have a long line at the customer service desk. People are often returning items, picking up items, or trying to price match too.

Find the Best Deals and Coupons With DoNotPay

While many stores do have a price match policy in place, not all stores do. It's well-known that Walmart used to have a price match policy in-store, but stopped the program in October 2020. You can still request a price match online, but it's now harder to get better deals in-store if you don't have a coupon. The same goes for other stores that don't participate in price-matching programs. So, what can you do?

Finding the best deals and coupons can be quite a hassle if you're trying to do it on your own. However, DoNotPay can take care of that for you. The company offers two services to help you with this problem: Find the Best Deals and Deals and Coupons.

  • Find the Best Deals - Not sure where to get a product for the lowest price? Don't worry; DoNotPay will do the research for you. They'll send you the top three lowest prices found for your item.
  • Deals and Coupons - DoNotPay will search for relevant coupons and deals available at any merchant you wish to go to.

How to Get a Price Match on Your Own

Getting a price match can be pretty frustrating at times. With long lines and sometimes unhelpful customer service, getting that discount may not seem too worth it. It's always nice to get a little extra cashback in your pocket though, and most price matches can be done either online or in-person, but some stores might specify one or the other. 

To get a price match in-store (at most participating locations):

  • Gather proof of the lower-marked item. This can be an ad in a store paper, an online listing, or some companies may accept a picture of the marked price from another store.
  • Purchase your item at the store's checkout.
  • Head over to customer service with your receipt, and show them the proof you have of the lower-priced item.
  • If the store participates in a price match program, then you should receive a partial refund for your item.

To get a price match online:

  1. Search for the item you want online and compare prices.
  2. Add the item you want to purchase to the cart at the preferred retailer's website.
  3. Go to the checkout, but call customer service before you proceed with payment.
  4. Let customer service know of the lower price at another online retailer, and they should perform a price match before you complete the payment process.

Get a Price Match With DoNotPay

Not sure where to start when it comes to getting a discount on your items? DoNotPay can help. Instead of taking the time to deal with customer service online or in-store over whether you're eligible for a price match, try the much simpler method of getting DoNotPay to do the research for you. 

How to take advantage of price matching/adjustments DoNotPay:

If you want to find the best prices but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 3 easy steps:

  1. Search for Price Match on DoNotPay and select the product.
  2. Select whether you were charged more than the advertised price or if you believe you are eligible for a price match.


  3. Provide the name of the product you purchased so we can see if it qualifies for a price adjustment. If you believe your desired item is qualified for a price match, we'll double-check for you.


What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Almost anything you need them to! Whether your problem is finding a price match or getting cashback for a gift card, they can help with all of it. Not only can they do those two things, but they can also help with bills you're unable to pay, find free trials to participate in, and find free raffle ticketsDoNotPay makes almost every problem so much easier, so don't miss out on your chance to take advantage of a price match before you go on your next shopping trip! 

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