Transcript for Customer Claims Kohl's Banned Him for Price Matching
Thank you very much. And now a shopper who, well, he got a little too good for saving money. He was banned by Kohl's for price matches. They give you the same price as a rival. Can a store really shut you out? Rebecca Jarvis has the story. Reporter: Israel is such a super saver -- I've exceeded $25,000. Reporter: He has been banned. I'm no longer welcome to shop Kohl's online. Reporter: And his strategy is something they encourage. Price matchesing. Matching a competitor's lower price. It's smart shopping. Reporter: But he says the real key to savings is retailers that allow coupons on top of the price match. It's not just Best Buy, home Depot and Walmart that price match. Even if their small, it never thourts and and I have had success. Reporter: But they are not limitless. He used price matching and discounts to get this $1100 dresser at Kohl's down to $79. He ordered six, three never arrived. She told me the reason my orders were being canceled was because I was price matching too much and they were losing money on the items. Reporter: Kohl's telling ABC news it prefers not to address individual customer circumstances. But it says that it reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased per person. There ant many limitations to price matches except that a retailer can reserve the right to decline your purchases. Reporter: But no fear. Even with the fine print, there are plenty of big savings to go around. For "Good morning America," Rebecca Jarvis, ABC news, new York. And it all begins today. Or, no, well, black Friday. But it's on, people. It's on. We already see that.
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