p>LMAO Amazon and Walmart jig just got ps4 for $97 pic.twitter.com/pEIKsCvdHN — Taahaa Mobeen (@taahaa8) November 18, 2014
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Wait, so all i need to get a price match is a screenshot? O.o thats a horrible way to do it, when i get a price match at best buy they look it up themselves... i blame the employees xD
Funny, the receipts have no price override lines from CSM or Manager...
Prolly bought a tablet and just hoaxed the receipt.
No cashier I know in their right mind would over-ride $300, expecially for an Amazon Listing that they know is not a MSRP/MAP Listing.
This is a satire story most likely look at the receipt he's covering the top
Well I think the solution is for someone to develop some sort of trusted web standard to automatically compare prices that is beyond corruption. Otherwise I'm afraid the concept of matching prices will disappear altogether because of con artists exploiting the system. Very sad. That aside, is this story for real? I mean who would believe a $400 system going for only $90? Granted, & no offense intended, some Walmart workers can be dense, BUT really.
Happened with the Nintendo bundles as well at $300-400 store price this past week. People were buying them for $60.
there is a retail MAP Clause on every high priced Console.
Retailers can't sell these items below MAP or they get fined.
MAP simply means "They can’t advertise a product for sale any less than the agreed price. This means in print, online, or any where. Or course, this doesn’t mean they can’t sell the product cheaper, they simply can’t display a cheaper price." You can read about it HERE if you like, William.