Pricematching DVD players

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by BrentJ, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. BrentJ

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    I didn't know where to post this so I will try here. I want to pricematch the samsung hd841 at Sears. It cost $199 at Sears and this week it is listed in the CC flyer for $149 can someone tell me what I need to do? Can I just do what the Sears flyer says and take the CC flyer to the store and purchase the Samsung hd841 and show the salesman at the time of purchase and Sears will pricematch it 110%? Also, I recently looked at my local CC and they were out of stock. Will this matter? Thanks for any help.

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  2. Stephen Hopkins

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    If you have the add in hand it shouldn't be a problem. Just so you know, the extra 10% off when price matching is 10% of the price DIFFERENCE. The price difference in this case is $50, meaning the extra 10% would be $5, making the price before tax $145.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. Wayne Ernst

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    I thought I read where Costco has this player for $99 in their stores. Might be worth a trip to your local Costco instead of playing hassle with the price matches.

    Edit: Costco.com has this player for $99 at their Web site.
     

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