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In an effort to combat showrooming, the common shopping practice of browsing product in store then purchasing online at a cheaper price, discount retailer Target has just announced a new price-match program that totally changes the online shopping game. The new policy guarantees to match the lowest price on equivalent items at Amazon and Target competitor Walmart.com, among other retailers—even if you discover the lower price after you've already made your purchase. [Racked National]