Plumbtile appreciates your business and will go the extra mile to get it!
Plumbtile takes pride in offering the best value on bath, shower, kitchen, tile and other home improvement products at the most competitive prices. Whilst we do our best to ensure that we are offering the best pricing once in a while our competitors may offer the same product at a lower price.
We want to know about it!
We promise to do our best to meet or beat any website offering the same products at a lower price - offering you a better value on your purchase, including our first class service.
To provide the Plumbtile Price Match Service, we need to know more about what our competitor is offering:
Please provide brand and model number. This is to ensure that the items are exactly the same.
Proof of our competitor’s item price. This might include the URL of the specific product on their website, a faxed quote or an original copy of a printed advertisement.
Your contact information including name, email, contact phone number and region.
Unfortunately we can not meet the price of a last-ditch blow-out sale due to bankrupt closeouts and discontinuation of product lines but we can provide infinitely stronger service in the long run!
All requests for the Plumbtile Price Matching Service must be submitted BEFORE you make your purchase.
Plumbtile reserves the right to limit the number of items it allows in a specific Price Matching request.
While we will take the costs of shipping, taxes and import duties into consideration and do our best to work around these costs, shipping, taxes and import duties are not covered by our Price Matching Service.
The Plumbtile Price Matching Service only covers prices charged on new products. It does not cover any rebate offers.
We appreciate you giving us the opportunity to meet your needs and will do everything in our power to earn your continued business and referrals!
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