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Posted: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 4:30 am

Shoppers who price matched in 2013 at the Fort Hood Exchange saved $221,787, according to the Exchange.

At brick-and-mortar locations, price differences of $10 or less are matched on the spot — no ad required. For price differences of $10 or more, shoppers can show a competitor’s current ad with a lower price for an identical product.

The Exchange’s online shopping site, shopmyexchange.com, also matches lower prices from other online retailers on identical items available for sale and delivery in the customer’s area.

Besides matching prices, the Fort Hood Exchange has a 14-day price guarantee on any item originally purchased from the Exchange, in-store or online, and sold at a lower price by the Exchange or any local competitor.

“With the price match policy and 14-day price guarantee, shopping the Fort Hood Exchange makes sense,” said Paula Gunderson, general manager. “We work with shoppers to make sure they get the best price — at the time of their purchase or after.”

More details about the Exchange’s price-matching policy and its exceptions can be found at http://www.shopmyexchange.com/customerservice/pricematch.htm.

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