However, Adorama listed a price of $399.99. Does that mean that you’ll have to pay a $50 premium for the Gear 360 if you want to preorder from Adorama?
I inquired with Adorama about their pricing policy:
2. If the final price turns out to be higher, what would happen to the order?
Here’s their response:
“Thank you for your inquiry about our product pricing.
Please be advised that we have a price drop policy within 30 days from the order date. If there is a price increase, there will be no changes for existing orders that have the previous price.
Thank you for shopping with us we appreciate your business.”
In other words, if you preordered at $399 but it turns out that their final price is $350, you can get a price match and the price would be reduced. To be safe, you should not assume this is automatic — instead, you should request it.
If the final price turns out to be more than $399, Adorama would still honor the $399 price and you’ll get a discount.
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