Since Aldi shocked me by increasing their egg price to $1.99 for a dozen of eggs, I have been searching everywhere for a decent price on eggs. Target had them for $1.59, and Publix had a dozen of eggs for $2.19. None of these prices appealed to my frugal budget, so when I saw the $1.29 sale on eggs at Walgreen’s I got excited. Still, there was one catch….I am not a fan of Walgreen’s, because our local Walgreen’s stores are horrible with customer service in every aspect. The deal has to be extremely great in order for me to enter, because I know that I will leave Walgreen’s frustrated. This is where Target price matching comes in handy, because while Target price matching can be a bit complicated, it is possible to do price matching at Target.
- Target will match a product found in a competitor’s ad for the same identical product.
- The product has to be exactly the same, so if a cheese pizza is shown, you cannot choose a pepperoni pizza, even if it is the same brand. The only exception is, if the ad states pepperoni in the wording,
- You have to bring the entire competitor ad to Target’s customer service in order to get the price matching.
- If you have already purchased a product at Target but found a valid competitor ad with the same product, you can bring the current competitor ad and your Target receipt within 7 days of purchase to get a refund.
- You can use coupons on the price matching product.