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Know the price-matching policies for Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and others

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You may not have to pass up a good deal when a certain retailer isn’t available in your area or you prefer shopping at specific stores. | Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge

Nothing is more frustrating than buying a new pair of headphones, an OLED TV, or a backpack just to find out that you could have gotten it for a lot cheaper somewhere else. That’s why, in order to keep customers happy and prevent them from going elsewhere, many retailers offer price-matching policies in which they promise to match a lower price found elsewhere. That kind of information comes in handy no matter the time of year, but it’s especially helpful during shopping events like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Amazon Prime Day, the latter of which is set to kick off on July 16th.

What follows are the price-matching policies for a variety of major retailers. There are a few things to make note of here. First, all price-matching…

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