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Business

Being More Lenient With Regular Customer Price Matching or Not

Today I was looking to buy a memory card for a person that asked where it’s usually cheaper to buy it online. It definitely was as in most stores the price was about $49.99 and in online stores it was on sale for $29.99. But rather than wait I went to one of my favorite […]

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Financial Management

Being Too Embarrassed To Ask For A Price Match

Usually when you walk into most stores nowadays there is some kind of sign mentioning how they will beat competitor’s price if you find it cheaper elsewhere. This should give you the peace of mind that you are getting the best deals. This isn’t too hard as usually during the checkout you can show the […]

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Financial Management

Buying Repair Parts Separately

Whenever you have some kind of device that breaks down this often means you would bring it into a repair shop because it’s not like you know how to repair the thing. If it requires new parts usually the service provider has these available and would add it on your repair bill. I often find […]

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Financial Management

Conveniently Using Your Smartphone As Your Price Check Before Purchasing

I saw something funny the other day while I was at the supermarket. The person in front of me had his smartphone out and was using it to show prices from other stores to price match. This is nothing unusual of course but this person was literally price matching almost everything he bought. He was […]

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Financial Management

Having A Price Match Close To The Competitor Only

Today I went looking for a keyboard and mouse for a mother’s day gift and I saw that a local store had the item I wanted. However, the price of it was about $8 more than what most of the other competitors were able to offer. When I went into the store I showed the […]

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Business

Being Afraid of A Price Match Rejection

This was interesting as today a person told me that they saw a price for an item at one store that was so much cheaper than the store she usually goes to. The other place was way too far away though so going there wasn’t an option. I then asked why she doesn’t simply request […]

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