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The Brick/ Tv / price match

Cranbrook, BC, Canada Review updated:

The brick price match is [email protected]! won't give me the price visions and best-buy are advertising on a tv, they want $150 bucks more. customers should unionize together so we can sue these punks for lying and stealing. crooks!

Wt
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  • Ds
      21st of Apr, 2012

    Or you can go to Best Buy or Visions to get the TV.

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  • Wt
      22nd of Apr, 2012

    Or you could drive down here from Tbay and give me a ride to Calgary to get one. HELLO? You only comment on complaints. You can take your little smart a$$ remarks and shove them you know were.

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  • Ds
      22nd of Apr, 2012

    Since you messaged me with the same thing as your reply. I will respond here only.

    Here are the facts.

    There is no law in Canada or in the US regarding price matching. It is a store policy and the store can be as lenient or as strict as the store wants. Most price matching policies have a rule in them they the store must be within a certain area. That is what is called competitors. Why would a store in Vancouver price match a local store in Toronto? Online Stores are not considered a competitor unless the store is in the certain area and the price is available in store. For example. I price matched Staples prices for printer ink at Future Shop. They are both in the same building.

    You can't sue because you don't like the store policy or because a price for an item is more expensive then somewhere else.

    You can always order online from Best Buy or Visions. Sure the price won't be $150 less due to the shipping costs but I don't think the shipping costs would be $150 though. You also need to be home when they deliver it or have a vehicle big enough to pick it up at the courier place.

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  • Ds
      22nd of Apr, 2012

    Most price matching policies have a rule in them they the store must be within a certain area = Most price matching policies have a rule in them that the store must be within a certain area

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  • Ma
      22nd of Apr, 2012

    They aren't stealing because you can choose not to buy form them. As has been stated, most stores' price match policy state that the competitor must have a physical store in the same market and the item must be in stock at that location.

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