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Target unveils year-round online price match
Target Corp. plans to announce Tuesday that it will match prices of select online rivals, such as Amazon.com, Wal-Mart and Best Buy, year-round, The Washington Post reported. The retailer had pledged to do so this past holiday season, and has now made it permanent.
Target is also making permanent its holiday offer of matching prices of items found at its stores with those on its website. And for the first time it will include products that are out of stock on Target.com.
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