16. Ask About Price Matching
Many stores offer price matching, so don’t skip this step when shopping! Target is usually one of the stores that offer this. Sometimes Target even lists different online prices versus their in store prices – so be sure to always use their Target Circle App to scan your item and make sure you take advantage of that couple extra bucks. Also, as we said earlier about checking out retailers’ online stores, sometimes they will have a sale on their online store. Stores should price match these items for you in-store – so always double-check! Some apps will help you price match as well, so check out some of the top-rated apps and download them before heading to the store.
If your price matching is from a different store, this is easy to do. If you have the items saved on your phone already, if your using an app, or if you have them cut out from another flyer and organized, the cashier will thank you. It’s never a big deal to price match, but you can make the cashier’s job a whole lot easier if you are a little organized. When you’re having an item price matched, it will have to be identical, including brand, size, color, etc. Often if you are price matching something that is only sold online, you have to make sure there is no additional shipping charge and that the item is in stock online.