18 Retailers That Offer Price Adjustments

These stores will credit you the difference if an item you buy drops in price.

It can be frustrating to purchase an item at full retail price only to find it on sale shortly after you buy it. However, there’s a chance that the store might credit you the difference if you let a sales clerk or its customer-service department know that the item you bought is now selling for less. That’s because several retailers – clothing and big-box stores, in particular – have price-adjustment policies.

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Cameron Huddleston
Former Online Editor, Kiplinger.com

Award-winning journalist, speaker, family finance expert, and author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk.

Cameron Huddleston wrote the daily "Kip Tips" column for Kiplinger.com. She joined Kiplinger in 2001 after graduating from American University with an MA in economic journalism.