They refund you the current sale price (can't remember if that's with a receipt), so that won't work. I used to work there, and they will do "price match", but I really don't think they do price adjustments. It's worth a shot, though. At least ask. If you can find the same thing cheaper somewhere else, they'll give it to you for that price.If they don't, can you return it and re-buy it at the cheaper price?
Wal-Mart and Sam's policy is if you buy an item and the price drops within 7 days all you have to do is take the original receipt back to customer service and they will refund the difference. I never knew they had this policy until a manager told me once. I was looking at a Christmas tree to buy for the following year. I made the comment I would just take my chances on it still being there the day after Christmas when it would drop 50%. The manager is the one who told to go ahead and buy it now and bring my receipt back within 7 days to get the difference back. So I did.I never heard of such a thing, to buy something and then a week later go back and want the sale price?Do people do this with groceries-canned goods and the like?How odd. I would not have considered it.
If the store was reimbursed the amount of the coupon, maybe they were passing those savings on to you. Which would be a good thing.My local target will price-adjust if the item goes on sale within 14 days.
If you used a coupon, they will only price-adjust from the price AFTER COUPON. Which in my case last week, was cheaper than the sale price I was trying to have them adjust it to!
(I bought Pampers for 9.54...plus I used coupons that brought it down to like 7.04 each. They went on sale for $8. I thought, logically, they ought to give me 1.54 for each pack. Not so in Target's eyes.)
I was a little irked. I spoke to the manager who agreed it was illogical but that's "how their computer system works".
This probably varies by location. Maybe some Target managers have more sense than ours does.
They refund the lowest sale price on the item when you return it WITHOUT a receipt - and generally w/o a receipt you can only do a similar item exchange when the item's under $20.They refund you the current sale price (can't remember if that's with a receipt), so that won't work.
Our Target can do receipt look up when you have paid buy check, too.moral - keep your receipts! or use the c/c to utilize receipt look up! Watch the ads to look for price changes. Be nice to your guest service rep. Also, give gift receipts!!!!