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That being said, most of the time, they'll do it beyond that if you simply ask, depends on who you get quite frankly.
All you can do is ask, there is an option when you click on "contact us" in their help pages, it is "payment issues", then "price changed on web site".
Pick those options, then simply type a quick note saying, "hey, the price dropped on XYZ item, the new price is X, can you please credit me the difference?
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At the bottom of those e-mails they have a link asking "Did I solve your problem?" with a "yes" and a "no" button.
If you click on the "no" button, you get to leave them feedback and are asked if you want to contact them again. That is how you appeal a denial.
Below that, is this quote:
"Your feedback is helping us build Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company."
They are not joking about that part...
Thanks!! They were crazy fast responding!! I did not realize Amazon has a similar price adjustment policy that Target has. Obviously another reason to purchase from Amazon.
$12 may not seem like much, but it adds up over time. Amazon's prices go up and down so often, you can sometimes catch things for a crazy price sometimes.
Yes, I felt my crazy price of $43 was a good bargain, but $35 is even better. The money refunded...it covered 3 1/2 ebooks that I bought this morning from the December monthly sale. They are for my daughter for Christmas. At the end of the day, $8 can go a long way.