I just ditch work to go to best buy also they had an event but by the time I got there the line was way too long, but i digress, got me both mario 3ds, showed them my price on my cell phone and price matched it with no issues. At first the total was like 57 bucks and I started sweating and swipe my card but it changed to 36 bucks and everything was well.
Originally Posted by GBAstar
Nope.. I would like good, consistent, sustainable deals.
Doing things that you know are outside the scope of a retailers Price Match/Adjustment policy is detrimental to the continuance of those policies.
Things like price matching OOS clearance items (TRU fiasco) or double dipping (Sam's Club 3DS games, Target with the 3DS XL) only lead to more restrictive policies in the future.
Doing things that are outside the scope of retailer price match is bad? let's see
1. corporate policy-check.
2. Manager approved-check.
3. Corporation is not my friend-check.
4. The mere fact I stepped into a best buy or the mere fact I bought something from best buy AND not amazon. - check.
If it was approve with no issues then clearly it is NOT outside the scope of the retailer price match policy. Since I don't own stock, whether or not it is detrimental is BEYOND the scope of our policy as CAG.