If you want to return some of the gifts you received last month, use this guide to 2016 holiday return policies.
The holidays are over, and although it’s sad to see them go you might be breathing a sigh of relief. The busyness of the season has passed, and now all you have to do is take down your tree (if you haven’t already) and find a place for your new gifts. What if you got a gift or two you just don’t see fitting in your home – or your life? Fortunately, several major retailers have gracious 2016 post-holiday return policies. Here’s a closer look so returning your gifts will be easier.
The massive online retailer will allow the return of any items shipped between November 1st and December 31st for a full refund, provided you send them back in before January 31st. What’s more, items ordered on Amazon but shipped from other sellers are under the same policy unless that seller’s policy explicitly states otherwise!
If your item is unopened and in new condition, you have 90 days to return it for a refund or exchange. If you have a packing slip or receipt, your return process will be a bit easier. Electronics only get 30 days to get returned, but if the electronic was purchased between November 1st and Christmas Day, that 30 days began on December 26th.
Best Buy offers and extended return policy for the holidays. If you received an item that was purchased between November 1st and December 31st, you have until January 15th to bring it back (rather than their standard 15 days). Cell phones and other devices with carrier contracts may not be eligible for return, though.
While you work on returning your holiday gifts, let the experts work on protecting the gifts you’re keeping. For all of your personal insurance needs in Antioch, Brentwood, and the neighboring California cities, contact Jack Stone Insurance Agency today!