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November 25, 2015
 

Exchange announces return of extended holiday price guarantee

the Army & Air Force Exchange Service

DALLAS — This holiday season, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service promises to offer Soldiers, Airmen and their families the lowest prices in town – or it will pay them back the difference.
Under the Exchange’s Extended Holiday Price Guarantee, if shoppers find an item they’ve already purchased at the Exchange at a lower price from a local competitor, they will receive a gift card loaded with the difference in price. Purchases made in Exchange stores between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24 are eligible for the guarantee.
“Military families already have too much on their plates this time of year to be worrying about finding the lowest price for each holiday gift purchase,” said Chief Master Sgt. Sean Applegate, Exchange senior enlisted adviser. “The Exchange makes it easy by offering Soldiers, Airmen and their families the most affordable prices and tax-free shopping, all under one roof.”
To receive the gift card, shoppers simply bring their original Exchange receipt and a current ad from a competitor. The Holiday Extended Price Guarantee includes shopmyexchange.com but not other website prices.




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