Starting July 29, Target will match grocery prices from any other store in Canada. That means you can take a flyer from a grocery store in Toronto and your Victoria Target will match the price, click here to read the CBC news story.
This is great news for consumers and we will try to provide better updates and great price-matching ideas (keep in mind that Target’s in Canada do not have a lot of fresh food).
Walmart will be sticking to its local matching policy, said Alex Roberton, the company’s director of corporate affairs in Canada.
“We’ll ad-match with online flyers from other local merchants and as well using their printed flyers,” he said.
For online prices, you’ll need to bring it in on a mobile device, or print it out.
“Local” is a loose term and it’s up to each store to decide if the rival deal is local to that store.