Toys “R” Us has recently announced that it is has enhanced its Price Match Guarantee on items available in Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us stores nationwide to include selected online retailer pricing. Toys “R” Us will now match online pricing from Walmart.com, Target.com, BestBuy.com, Sears.com, Kmart.com, buybuyBaby.com, Meijer.com, FredMeyer.com, diapers.com, BabyDepot.com, and Amazon.com on in-store purchases of identical items. Wow! This is a really extensive list. A store is getting serious when they say they will. match Amazon.com’s prices!
Price Match will be given at the time of checkout. You also have the opportunity to receive a price adjustment retroactively at a Toys “R” Us store if the purchased item is advertised at a lower price at a local competitor within seven days of the original purchase, as long as you have a valid receipt. The difference will be returned to you in the same form of payment that the original purchase was made, i.e. paid cash, cash given, paid on a X credit card, returned as a credit on X credit card.
Prices are matched after deducting any Toys“R”Us coupons and all other offers from the price. In addition, shipping charges are calculated and factored into the cost of a competitor’s online price before a price match is completed.
Other Restrictions Apply:
- Excludes Amazon Marketplace.
- Items known to be out of stock or available in limited quantities will be excluded from the company’s Price Match Guarantee. Category offers, “Buy One, Get One” offers, gifts with purchase, percent off discounts and doorbuster items are also excluded. Price Match Guarantee will not be available on Thanksgiving or Black Friday. When two or more of the same item are purchased, Price Match will be limited to two of those items.
- The company will not match any online items from Sunday, November 17 through Cyber Monday, November 25, due to exclusive holiday deals offered during this timeframe. Toys“R”Us will not honor competitor advertisements and websites with typographical pricing errors, or online third-party “marketplace” pricing. Clearance, closeout, limited time online offers, damaged product, used, refurbished, open packages or liquidation sales are also excluded.
What do you think? Will you be more confident in spending your dollars at Toys “R” Us with these changes?