Target’s Price Match Policy or Low Price Promise Facts


I just read a comment from  reader Patty regarding what kind of sales ads and items Target would price match.  This made me realize that understanding Target’s Price Match policy is just as important as understanding Target’s Coupon Policy.  In addition a printed copy of this price match policy is something you may want to bring with you when you shop at Target and intend to price match an item.  Here are some highlights of this low promise guarantee:

Target does not match coupon-required offers but guests can use Manufacturer or Target coupons when requesting a price match. Target coupon policy: Target accepts one manufacturer coupon and one Target coupon for the same item (unless prohibited).

Price matching will apply to current, local print ads for in-store products only. Our price-match policy is not applicable to or other online ads. The following is a full list of exclusions:

* Online retail promotions or products advertised on another company’s web or mobile sites, even those advertising in-store prices.
* Competitor’s free product, bundled offers, or special purchases
* Gift cards and coupon-required offers
* Sales tax promotions
* Timed events (e.g., early bird, doorbusters)
* Limited time or quantity items
* Damaged product or opened packaging
* Clearance or closeout items
* Prices advertised only as a percent off or $ off
* Mail in offers or instant rebates
* Product services (warranties, assembly, etc.)
* Going-out-of-business liquidations
* Special financing
* Used or previously owned items
* Display merchandise
* Pricing or typographical errors
* Club or loyalty programs
* Owned brands (i.e., Home, Merona, Circo, Market Pantry and Archer Farms)
* Mobile coupons
* Target Portrait Studio, Optical, and Clinic offers

You can view this Low Price Promise Fact and print it here.

I hope these two documents (Target’s Coupon Policy and Price Matching FAQs) help make our shopping experience a little bit smoother. Happy Shopping!