Originally Posted by dreaux
BB has a new policy where they will match a number on online sites. Google and you will find what sites they will match. But bottom line is there are much more flexible now.
Forget HH Gregg...they seem to be disorganized ....
Here is their policy:
Best Buy will match the new, identical, immediately available current pre-tax appliance and electronics hardware products price for these designated major retailers: Amazon.com, Apple.com, Bhphotovideo.com, Buy.com, Circuitcity.com, CompUSA.com, Crutchfield.com, Dell.com, hhgregg.com, hp.com, homedepot.com, lowes.com, newegg.com, officedepot.com, officemax.com, Sears.com, Staples.com, Target.com, Tigerdirect.com, and walmart.com.
Appliance and electronics hardware products include audio hardware, video hardware, cameras, camcorders, desktop computers, notebook computers, e-Readers, tablets, TVs, MP3 players, small appliances, major appliances, gaming handheld devices and consoles. Best Buy will not price match accessories, during the return and exchange period or the online prices of third party vendors (Marketplace Vendors) on major retailer websites. Valid for purchases made between October 7, 2012 - November 17, 2012 and November 27, 2012 - December 24, 2012. Best Buy may amend these terms at any time. All other terms and conditions of the Best Buy Price Match Guarantee apply. See Store for details.
I would like to use BB.
As an aside, I met Best Buy's CIO last year. We had a long discussion about their competition and things they can do.
She and I specifically talked about matching prices to lessen the impact of using them as a showroom......
I agree. HHGregg does not give me the feeling that they really know their products.Edited by JackVette - 12/3/12 at 1:53pm