Target Announces Holiday Season Policy Changes

by Laura on October 24, 2013

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Target has just now announced their latest policy changes for the upcoming holiday season.

One of these is VERY interesting to me- Target will accept price matches on all qualifying items purchased between November 1 and December 21. Compared to the normal policy that only allowed price matches within seven days of purchase, this is quite the improvement.

Restrictions do apply and, as in previous years, Black Friday sales are excluded from the policy.

Target also announced a new store pickup service, where shoppers can purchase over 35,000 items on Target.com and pick up those same items from their local store shortly thereafter. The in-store pickup option is currently available at many Target locations, with a full rollout expected to be completed by November 1.

The one caveat: the in-store pickup option is not available at all during the week of Thanksgiving (Sunday, Nov 24 – Saturday, Nov 30).

Will any of this make a difference in your shopping decisions?

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Leandrea October 24, 2013 at 8:57 pm

I don’t know how I feel about in store pick up. How will I purchase all those things I don’t need if what I need is waiting for me at customer service? ;-)

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