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The main Lowe's website states"If a competitor is offering a percent off discount,we'll match the final net price the competitor is offering" that's a complete lie, the local store refuses to honor that when you call the customer care line they agree with you and when you explain what the local store said they talk to their supervisor and the supervisor say's no we wont accept their percentage off. The *** on the phone says we'll beat their price by 10% on one appliance and since you're buying 3 appliances you'll get a 100.00 gift card.

They're complete idiots. The other store's discount is an additional 15% off the lowest price which in my case was 502.00 dollars yup taking 100.00 off one appliance and getting a 100.00 gift card is almost equal to the 502.00 dollar savings.

This reviewer shared experience and wants this business to "they'll find out". The author is overall dissatisfied with Lowes. The most disappointing about a product or service from Lowes was are all morons Reviewer wants customer support to reach out to him or her ASAP for further discussion of this matter.

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Anonymous
Mount Laurel, New Jersey, United States #1246670

It's obvious there is something missing to your story. If the competitor is truly offering a much better deal why didn't you just buy it there?

Sounds like you want Lowes to give 15% off their price which is more than likely lower than the competitors price. You need to look at the bottom line price, not the amount of the discount you get. Some stores mark their products up more so they can give you a bigger discount. Look at Kohls...they may advertise a product with a 50% off sale price, let you apply a 30% discount coupon to that and give you $15 in Kohl's cash for every $50.

you spend. I paid $26 for product today and saved $83.

I just look at this as not being overcharged by $83. So get over the amount of the discount and buy the appliances from the store that gives you the best bottom line purchase price, not the biggest discount.

Anonymous
Houston, Texas, United States #1246440

Why price match in the first place?

Just go to where the best price is for what you want to buy.

It is that simple.

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