On Saturday, Shane and I went to Kohl’s with the hopes of buying him a new pair of shoes. We found just what we were seeking, and though they weren’t on sale, they were under our set budget.
On Monday, I happened to click over to Kohls.com and found the same pair of shoes. They were on sale! $28 cheaper!
I took my receipt, made a quick stop at the customer service counter, and they sent the price difference to our debit card.
Lesson learned: Hang on to your receipts. Especially if you bought something that wasn’t on sale, consider checking back with the store for the next week or two to see if the price has changed. Some stores will adjust prices up to 30 days after purchase. If the price does go down, get your money back!
You can use Priceprotectr.com to notify you if the price of an item has dropped. I haven’t used this site yet, but I hope I remember to on down the road.
Saving money after I purchase something certainly works for me!