Target has openly admitted that prices may be different in the store versus online, but there may also be a price difference in the Target app, depending on where you use it.
NBC affiliate KARE TV recently reported various prices they found out of the Target app as they checked the prices in a store versus outside.
Comparing 10 random items, they found the goods a total of $ 262 cheaper when they bought from the back of the store's parking lot compared to the app's price that appeared in the store.
When the price even changed when they drove closer to the store.
The report created a lot of buzz on social media, and Target said they had made changes to their app due to history.
A Target spokesman said that each product will now have a disclaimer under the price to indicate whether the price will be valid in the store or at Target.com.
If you see a lower price in the app, take a screen grab and Target will match the price. You also need to turn off the location setting so that the app doesn't know where you are when you shop.