View Full Version : does bb pm to sam's club?
03-05-2005, 04:47 PM
i was just wondering if best buy will do price adjustments with sam's club. i know that it's a big ymmv with circuit city; is it the same with bb?
03-05-2005, 06:30 PM
most places wont pm warehouse stores because they consider them "wholesalers".
03-14-2005, 03:34 PM
yup, you were right sizemic1. best buy won't pricematch to sam's clubs or costco as i was informed via e-mail.
Thank you for contacting Best Buy about price matching. I'm Paula with Customer
We'd be happy to explain our price match policy. Best Buy offers a price match
guarantee to protect customers from sudden price drops. If within 30 days (14
days for computers, computer peripherals, radar detectors, camcorders, and
digital cameras) of your purchase, you find the same product offered at a lower
price, we will refund that difference plus another 10% of the difference.
This offer is good on new, factory sealed, products of the same brand and model
that are available in-stock at any other local authorized retailer. If the lower
advertised price is a Best Buy price, within the product return time frame, you
will receive an adjustment for the lower price during the advertisement time
frame. It does not apply to competitor's bonus specials, free offers, or any
Internet pricing. We do not price match against Sam's Club or Costco as they are
member only clubs.
We look forward to your next visit to one of our stores or to www.BestBuy.com.
Please don't hesitate to contact us with additional questions or concerns.
Best wishes from Best Buy,
Paula and Customer Care Teamso for all those wondering if bb pm's to sam's club or costco, guess we're outta luck. other people on other forums have had luck with circuit city pm'ing to sam's club, so there's still hope there.
03-14-2005, 07:17 PM
i used to work at a Best Buy, it really depended on the store manager and the sales person. I had one manager who refused because Sams wasn't an authorized vendor, plus you have to pay a membership fee there, but if it was a slow day and margins were down, they would make exceptions. Just something to think about.
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