Holiday shopping season means many things: giving, receiving, long lines and fluctuating prices.
The market value of any particular purchase can change within mere hours.
It can be frustrating to buy something at full price one day only to find it half off the next — or maybe 70 percent off in this final shopping weekend before Christmas.
But, if you pay attention, you can still benefit from the lower price.
Some stores offer price adjustment policies, meaning they refund the difference between the higher price and the sale price of an item.
Find a full guide to the price adjustment and return policies of various major retailers Sunday in the Arizona Daily Star's "Centsible Mom" column.