The holidays are a time for giving, and sometimes you end up receiving something that you can’t really use or just don’t like. It’s surely a luxurious problem to have, and if you’re lucky, the gracious gifter may have included a receipt. But what are your options without a gift receipt?
Return and exchange policies vary between retailers of course. Here to help is our friend Kyle James from Rather Be Shopping, who, in search of deals and coupons, has also acquainted himself with many retailers’ return policies. Have questions about how to get rid of a well-intentioned gift misfire? Or some tips to suggest? Kyle will be here for the next hour, so ask away!
This Q&A is now over. Thanks for your questions and happy holidays!
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