The Best Buy and Target are both considered top retailers for many consumers, but which retailer has the best deal on electronics and appliances?
A new study by Consumer Reports finds that Best Buy has the most generous terms, while Target offers the lowest.
Best Buy, with its generous terms and prices, has been praised for offering the best value.
But its competitors are making more, the survey finds.
The study is based on surveys of more than 8,000 people and includes data on prices, shipping, and delivery times.
In contrast, Target’s prices are generally lower than those of Best Buy’s and are better than that of the other major chains.
But the best deals at the other chains aren’t available to the consumer.
It is the retailer that offers the best prices, and the other companies, like Wal-Mart, have better returns policies.
Some companies offer a discount on electronics, while others don’t.
The survey found that most people pay the same prices for a laptop or tablet, and that most of the time, the retailer is better than Target.
The biggest discounts are at Best Buy.
It offers a $200 rebate for the purchase of a tablet or a laptop at least once a year.
The company offers the same rebate for a $199 purchase of an iPad.
Most shoppers pay $99 for a 16GB tablet, but some get a $149 discount.
Best Buys and Target also offer the same discounts on a computer.
And the best returns policies aren’t a huge factor at either retailer.
Some people can get a refund if they buy from a retailer that doesn’t have a warranty, but the consumer has to pay for it themselves, and most retailers have an “unlimited” warranty policy, Consumer Reports says.
For example, if the device is defective or has a manufacturing defect, the company can refund the full amount of the purchase price, up to the full retail price.
But if the product is a brand-new model, the manufacturer has to reimburse the consumer for the difference.
Most of the stores also offer a limited return policy, which is the option for people who don’t have the money to buy a new product, or who want to return a product that has been used or is in a condition that will cause damage.
Consumers can also buy electronics and gadgets from online retailers like Amazon, Best Buy or other major retailers.
Consumer Reports asked for feedback on how the stores were offering products, and how the retailers were offering discounts.
Most retailers said they offered a full-price rebate on electronics.
That means the consumer pays the full cost of the item, including shipping and handling, and pays the difference between the retailer’s discount and the full purchase price.
The retail store with the highest percentage of positive feedback was Best Buy at 70 percent, and Target at 61 percent.
Consumers in general said that the stores had a better return policy than the other retailers.
They were also more likely to receive a full refund.
Some retailers offer the opportunity to return unused products, but consumers generally were not interested in that option.
The retailer that has the lowest returns policies also had the most negative feedback.
Target’s returns policy, while better than other retailers, was not competitive with other retailers at all, according to the survey.
The worst deals at Walmart and Target were at Costco, Dollar General, and Home Depot.
Costco has a $500 rebate on the purchase to save on shipping, while Home Depot offers a one-time $250 rebate.
Costco also offers the largest rebate at $400.
The other stores have a limited refund policy, with customers having to pay the full price for any electronics they want to bring back.
The best deals were at Target, Costco, Home Depot and Costco, which have the highest returns policies, according the survey data.
Consumers are less satisfied with the retailer when they are offered a refund, as well.
When the retailer offers a refund on electronics that they want back, they are more likely than other stores to say that they would prefer to return the product and pay the difference, the study found.
Walmart has the second highest returns policy for electronics, but is also one of the least popular.
The retailers with the lowest reviews are Wal-mart, Costco and Home Depots.
The majority of shoppers said they would not return an item if the company offered a $100 rebate.
In general, shoppers are more concerned about returning an item than buying it from another retailer.
The Consumer Reports survey also found that many shoppers are still paying a significant amount for electronics.
About 80 percent of consumers said that they are paying more for electronics than they have to in order to afford the items, compared to just over half in 2010, the year before the recession began.
The latest survey was based on data from July through September, which covered about 20 percent of the country.
The surveys are based on telephone interviews with consumers in each state.
In addition to asking consumers about their experiences with stores, the surveys also asked about the retailers’ products and services.
The data were weighted to reflect the