Living on a BudgetPrice-Matching Can Save You a Bundle

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3 steps to get a store to give you the same deal its rival would
by Lisa Lee Freeman, AARP, June 10, 2021

two people shopping and checking the price both in store and online
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En español | Price-matching at Best Buy, Target, Walmart and many other stores can save you a bundle of time and money. You can shop at your favorite retailers without missing out on better deals elsewhere, because if you find a lower price, the store will match it. And if you’re buying online, price-matching means you can probably save on shipping, too, by grouping all of your purchases at one website.Pride LGBT Bundle Svg Free, LGBT Bundle Svg Free, Pride Svg Free, Gay Pride Svg Free, Cut File Svg, File Svg Free

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Yet only 17 percent of shoppers take advantage of price-matching, the National Retail Federation reports. The process can be a little mysterious, but I have a three-step game plan for you that makes it easier, thanks to my savings-expert buddy Jeanette Pavini, author of a new book, The Joy of $aving. “The larger stores that offer price-matching are usually used to taking care of these for customers,” she says, “and it’s a simple process.”

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