Price Match Promise
Before you purchase from Tasco
If you find a price advertised at one of our regional competitors that is lower than the Tasco price for the exact same product, bring it to us and we will match that price.* See below for what constitutes an acceptable proof of price.
After you purchase from Tasco
If, within 30 days after your Tasco purchase, you find the same merchandise advertised for less by an authorized dealer, we will gladly refund the difference in full.*
The merchandise must have already been delivered and paid for, be the same brand and model, advertised in the same trading area, under the same terms and conditions, finance terms (including any administrative fee or delivery charge), and must be in stock and available at the advertised price for the price adjustment to be valid.
We will only adjust the price based on the overall net pricing of a package (multiple products) not individual pricing. We take into consideration all additional charges such as delivery, removals, taxes, rebates, and manufacturer’s promotions (such as gifts with purchase). We are also able to price match multiple products from multiple competitor locations.
Acceptable forms of proof of price:
- Pricing printed on competitor’s paperwork
- Advertised printed pricing
- Live Web pricing
Forms of proof of price we do not accept:
- Handwritten pricing on nondescript papers or business cards
- Website screenshots
*We reserve the right to selectively choose when we will or will not price match and/or adjust a price for a customer. Many factors come into play when price matching, including the type and brand of product in question, and as such we implement the Price Match Promise on a case-by-case basis. The product in question must be in stock at the competitive retailer. Our Price Match Promise does not apply to advertised price errors (online, in print, or otherwise), rebates, government rebates, coupons, free bonus offers, clearance items, factory closeouts, store opening specials, time specials or limited quantity offers (e.g. Boxing Day, Black Friday), builder rebates, auction website prices, licensed departments, club retailers, co-op or wholesale purchases, U.S. or Internet-only retailers, bundle promotional offers, or products sold without a manufacturer’s warranty.