Exciting news, Walmart shoppers!
It has come to our attention that Walmart will officially start matching prices of major online retailers including Amazon, Walmart.com, Best Buy and Target, starting tomorrow, 11/14. We don’t have all the details of this new policy quite yet, so we’ll be sure to provide more information as soon as we learn more.
Here’s the “skinny”:
- Price match with major online retailers like Amazon, Walmart.com, Target and Best Buy.
- Price matching will be available to use during Black Friday, but there are restrictions. More information will be available on Walmart.com’s price match policy tomorrow.
- If you are purchasing items on Walmart.com and find the same item on another major retailer’s website, call Walmart’s Customer Care and request a price adjustment.
- The item you are price matching does need to be in stock at the online retailer's website, and the store manager does have the final decision for matching an online price.
- Online price matching will not match membership clubs like Costco or Sam’s Club or eBay. Instant rebates, mail-in offers, and bundle offers will also be excluded from online price matching. Items that are guaranteed during Walmart’s Black Friday One-Hour Guarantee are not eligible for price matching. Price matching will not be available in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
- Bring your phone or the actual ad to the store. Cashiers can verify on their hand-held scanners.
- The store manager has the final approval on any "online price match."