I pricematched at a Best Buy B&M in Southern California. The manager was called for the pricematch, and she was explaining to the new hire that since this looked like an online only retailer, she's not sure if she can match the exact price. She then showed the employee where to look up in the system to see the "sale price" of the unit (basically, I think she was looking up what their cost on the unit was), and as soon as she saw that she got cheery and said "no problem, I can do this for you!"
YMMV when pricematching. But given how quickly she agreed, I'm guessing it shouldn't be THAT hard.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 6:38a
thanks for the heads up. just picked up a denon 3313 at best buy B&M; asked to pricematch $859. Explained that I knew DIY was not an authorized seller but if you could match the price you got a sale. Came back with offer of $899. Only negative was paying tax.
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