Have you ever bought something just to find out a few days later that it went on sale or had a price reduction? I just had this happen. We bought a Keurig for the new apartment and then a few days later realized it had gone on sale for 20% off. Frustrating, right?
Well, as it turns out, many retailers recognize their customers lost-saving woes and offer what is called a “price adjustment”. Yay for money back!
Price adjustment policies vary from store to store and not every store offers them, so be sure to do your research before you get your hopes up.
Generally, stores allow you to bring in your receipt within two weeks of purchase and if the price has been reduced in that time, you get a refund. There are some exceptions, such as certain sales like Black Friday, but it can’t hurt to try if you notice a big price drop right after you buy.
I’d suggest checking out this list of stores that offer price adjustments. Then compare what you’ve bought recently to what this week’s sales are. You could be due a decent sized refund!