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    • I worked at best buy, they have a set list of stores they will price match from. Small, not chains are generally not on that list. If it ain't on the list the register won't let you do it. If it is, it autochecks and if their system thinks you're wrong because they have another price set for ...
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    • So i have a shop... And there is a best buy nearby... Does anyone want free shit
      epic_wind 25 sep
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    • Please where's part two?
      theude280 25 sep
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    • Target, Walmart, and a lot of other megacorporations have similar policies. This is the main reason mom & pop shops have "overpriced" merchandise. They don't have the funds to purchase so much stock and sell it at lower prices. New megacorporations are almost a thing of the past. New companies (1/2)
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    • That’s assuming people don’t buy them before he does
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    • Best Buy low key making a monopoly
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    • My friend got fired from Walmart for price matching beef jerky to 70 cents a bag
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    • They would probably just refuse to sell to whoever tried this tbh. Businesses have the right to refuse service for any reason, and their store policy in this case isn't legally binding so they don't even have to price match that store. It's just their guidelines.
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    • The shows called "nathan for you" it's hilarious
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    • We miss Circuit City. Fuck Best Buy.
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    • Can’t beat buy just go and buy like 500 TVs from him while he tried the same? He’d go bankrupt. Also his normal customers would see a $1 TV and just buy a bunch while he’s gone
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    • It’s from Nathan For You. On Hulu
      Logansd 26 sep
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    • Plus almost all stores have a set of stores that they price match, so that this tactic never happens
      Eisblumen 26 sep
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    • That's kinda shitty on Best Buys part.
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    • Nathan for you. S3E1 on Hulu
      chad_35 26 sep
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    • step 1: steal someone else’s content] step 2: upload on shit-tok] step 3: internet clout]
      scdavis07 26 sep
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    • God i love Nathan for you
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    • I'm no lawyer but I'm pretty sure that's illegal
      Daily_JDM 25 sep
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    • Isn't this fraud with extra steps?
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    • Yes
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    • Wouldn’t work. Has to be manager approved and confirmed shipped and sold by the price matched company, and then a manager overrides the price. They would never do it
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    • Btw, if you ever buy anything from bestbuy in person, make sure you check bestbuy’s prices online. In-store they charge way more unless you show them the online prices. 1TB hdd online is 40 while in-store is 65. Tmx racing wheel is 300 in-store but 200 on their website.
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    • The show this is from is NATHAN FOR YOU. it is hilarious. It is on hulu, but expires Wednesday September 30th. Watch it fast.
      bubbarush 27 sep
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    • Mega corporations are both great for the economy and more efficient than mom-and-pop shops. When small businesses go out of business the owners get an education and become scientists, lawyers, and doctors. Their income goes up and the price of the goods they get goes down.
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    • That sounds illegal. Am I wrong?
      LexxsH 27 sep
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    • He put a crocodile in the room. You had to get past it to buy the $1 TV. Show is called Adam for you. He comes up with shit equally crazy every show.
      cottonmag 27 sep
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    • This has to be illegal in some way like tell me if it is or isn’t tho
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    • Tbh just go to bestbuy, amazon, or the mega corp of your choice and then once you've found the item see if the company selling it has a site if they do odds are you can get a coupon, saving sourself money, giving the product maker more money, and giving no money to Jeff or a international mega corp
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    • As a youth, I worked at one of the first Best Buys. They USED to have a *110%* guarantee, meaning they'd sell you the item at the competition's price less 10%.
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    • They refused to match the price so the next step was to sue best buy with the information and testimonies they gathered against the company but Allan didn’t want to go through with it.
      Treb2 26 sep
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    • Bruhh Nathan for You was such a great show
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    • Nathan for you?
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    • Part two
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    • Best buy is an electronica monopoly.... Serves them right.
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    • Hmmm I’d be thrilled if this worked, is there a part 2?
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    • Who remembers radio shack?
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    • Uhh, you legally can't sell it lower than a certain price from the source company.
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    • This feels illegal? It shouldn't be, but I bet it's technically illegal.
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    • But it won’t happen
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    • I remember Wal-Mart used to price match, they stopped doing it because I believe for this reason. Also price matching is very specific, say I want a game that's $20 on Amazon, but it's $40 at Best Buy, it must be sold by Amazon not some 3rd Party for stores to price match.
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    • If it works it works
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    • The thing is. Bestbuy wouldn’t drop their tv’s to a dollar. They’d just let em sell out and not bother with it
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    • He sounds like Tina Belcher, I know he's not.
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    • Yeah this wont work unless the yr are a larger store. A mom and pop shop won't get you price matching because they know someone will try to scam the system.
      jamez1 29 sep
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    • What is this, grade 10 business class?
      0btuse 29 sep
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    • and then the store gets rid of the price match and you fuck everyone over
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    • Price gouging
      BlueNeon5 29 sep
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    • That could easily backfire
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    • Genius
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    • We don't pricematch below half of wholesale value if I ain't mistaken. Also you can't buy more than a few of big items at a time, like tvs or computers
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    • "Nathan for you" is the show. It's getting kicked off hulu tomorrow. Binge ASAP
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    • It didnt work
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    • But would it actually work.
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    • Legal monopoly
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    • wow
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    • Best Buy strugglin hard anyway its not gonna be long before they go out of business, the main companies to be concerned about is Amazon and Wal-mart they'll straight up put you out of business
      Aurielis 29 sep
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    • Didn't they change it to only include big competitors e.g. Amazon, Newegg ect.?
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    • Nickelodeon is nothing but dogshit shows these days, except for spongebob. Fuck everything else
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    • BIG BRAIN!!!
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    • Was a manager for years, would never honor that. They have to be an authorized reseller, and most of the brand have contracts with minimum pricing. If they found out that an "authorized reseller" was undercutting their UMRP, they would pull their products from the store. Not worth the risk
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    • Is this what they mean when they say buy low sell high
      hdkmx_v2 29 sep
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    • Just uploading parts of tv shows to tiktok now? Nice 👍
      ImCarpet 29 sep
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    • As an employee of BestBuy this is can not be done, the system only allows us to go so low on a price, especially if open box or on sale. also model numbers would have to be exactly the same, most retailers have different models but can be the same tv, they usually have different accessories
      JoeSmo 29 sep
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    • It's major competitors not some dick and Larry store...
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    • When you buy “mom and pop,” you buy the ability to call them and have them there that day to fix it. Instead of 1 week of bouncing around customer service
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    • Lol their price match is shit, they wouldn't even match a simple price on Amazon
      thubar 28 sep
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    • Most stores do this. I'll bring in a sale ad from an American website and show the teller (I'm in Canada), get shit like half price
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    • Nathan for you is a fucking awesome show
      Buechs 28 sep
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    • The show is called Nathan for you.
      okie 28 sep
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    • I love nathan for yoy
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    • Nathan for you
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    • Showing that on TV, great idea so Best Buy can see.😵
      Seprinzik 28 sep
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    • Sears would probably tell you to go buy the $1 tb
      Jstop 28 sep
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    • I propose a max net worth cap of 100mil per person. Once you reach that, you get taxed 100%. If you want to step out of your business and let someone else take the reigns at that point that will encourage wealth distribution and put a lifetime on the amount of money one person can horde at a time.
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    • HELL TO THE YES
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    • Is this why best buy is going out of business
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    • Great show now get the fuck off the f a g tiktok shit bitch!
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    • The gas station episode is the best one
      Meddle_ 28 sep
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    • Seems like a Nathan For You plan, tbh
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    • Great for him till they end the price match feature
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    • Nathan for you xD
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    • Walmart doesn't price match anymore
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    • Nope nope nope, I know Best Buy will only price match with certified major retailers, such as Target and Walmart. This would never work.
      mkeller98 28 sep
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    • Right but isn’t buying then reselling illegal?
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    • I’m a supervisor at Best Buy, come to my store
      B1b1b11 27 sep
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    • Nathan for you is one of the best shows on hulu
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    • Broo this mf is like plankton tryna steal the krusty krab formula😂😂😂
      Malik22 27 sep
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    • Too bad they only price match major retailers, that’s why, if someone came into Target and wanted to price match an item on Amazon, for example, we had to make sure it was shipped and sold by Amazon, not by a third party seller.
      JC3Fresh 27 sep
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    • As of what I know at the moment, I think bestbuy only pricematches with other big store chains, target, amazon, hhgregg, Newegg, Walmart, etc.
      clowneyk 27 sep
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    • WHERE’S PART 2!?!
      HappySoap 27 sep
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    • Pt2- which lead them to making a fake date site which lead them to a women which lead to the owner and her hooking up and that’s the end
      hamer 27 sep
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    • So I watched this and it was kinda funny- Best Buy said they would not price match it because it has to be with 25 miles of their store ( they were ) which lead them to wanting to do a class action law suit, which lead them to needing a wittiness from Best Buy saying they was not honoring this which
      hamer 27 sep
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    • I love how when I company price matches it’s legal but if you buy it and resell it at the original it’s illegal
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    • Sounds like monopoly which is illegal
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    • So I bought a computer for them that was priced at 900 for like 600 because I haggled them a bit but also because they were dumb enough to allow me to find it at a cheaper price online. Showed them a used website that sold it much cheaper. Bought a new pc for used pricing. 😂😂😂
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    • All these people just taking this and running without doing any research smh. I worked at Best Buy and while they did have a price match policy it was from a list of retailers and they were generally not small businesses but other chains
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    • Watch Nathan For You. Dry humor with terribly great business ideas.
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    • Literally not at all how Best Buy price match policy works. We price match large competitors. We're not allowed to price match tiny local stores. Depending on the age of this video these policies aren't used at least since my time with the company.
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