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Sears Internet Price Matching...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Luke_A, Jun 18, 2001.

  1. Luke_A

    Luke_A Agent

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    I have heard here and there that Sears will match their prices with an internet price. I found a place to get a 32 inch (KV-32FS12) Wega for $797. Has anyone actually done internet matching with Sears? And if so then how did you do it? Did you have to print out the website or something?
    I just looked on Sears' website and they don't sell the KV-32FS12 model online. Does that mean they won't have it at their store. I also looked at Sony's site and they only show specs and prices for KV-32FS13, but no KV-32FS12. Is their any hope of getting the TV from Sears?
     
  2. Matt_R

    Matt_R Stunt Coordinator

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    I bought that same TV about 6 months ago from Sears using a price match I found off of the internet. Just make sure you print it out.
     
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    Sears will price match, but they now will charge you shipping for what it would cost to have it delivered from the internet.
     
  4. Luke_A

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    Sounds awesome, thanks guys.
     
  5. RichS

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    I just bought a floor model of the 32fs12 last night at Sears. I was told that it was discontinued so that might be the reason why its not in their webpage catalog. Mine was on clearance for $699 and when I asked if that was their best price, the manager took of an additional 10% which made it come out to around $629 and tax. Not bad for a $1000 TV. The picture is fantastic and the TV is in excellent shape due to it being on their top shelf.
    Given that it is discontinued, if Sears has a model in their store, they probably won't give you a hard time about that internet price.
    Good Luck.
     

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