The Google Store has updated its price match policy to help you save some more cash in the future.
Google has updated the price match policy of the Google Store to add another retailer in the US and support for several international countries. As spotted by Android Police, customers in the US can now request a discount if the price of an item they purchased from the Google Store decreases at B&H within 15 calendar days.
Other US retailers that this policy applies to include Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart.
Internationally, UK retailers like Argos, Amazon, Currys, and John Lewis are included in this price match policy. Folks in Japan can get a discount if they spot a price decrease at places like Aeon, Bic Camera, Edion, Yamada Denki, and Yodobashi, while Google Store customers in Canada can get a discount for price changes at Amazon, Best Buy, The Source, and Walmart.
The full list of countries where the Google Store's price match policy is available is:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the UK, and the US
You can visit this Google Store support page to find the full list of retailers included with this policy in your country. With this price match policy, you can request an adjustment so like as the price changes within 15 calendar days of your original purchase from the Google Store.
Price match policies like this help you to not feel burned when you buy a product from one retailer only to see it cheaper somewhere else a few days later. It can also help a person feel more confident in making purchases from a certain retailer in the future because they know they can buy something and get the difference back rather than constantly waiting for the best price to come around.
B&H is a large retailer of tech devices in the US, and so it's good to see Google add it to its list of approved price match retailers.