There's no reason to overpay in today's day and age: consumers can whip out their smart phone and compare prices while shopping in-store. However, before you leave and buy the product online, you might want to consider price-matching.
Consumers' Checkbook put these policies to the test at dozens of major retailers. Their team thought price-matching would be a hassle, but were pleasantly surprised with the results. Watch the video to learn more.
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