The annual return-a-thon kicks off early Tuesday as retailers start after-Christmas sales.
Don’t settle for another copy of your favorite DVD or the umpteenth ugly Christmas sweater.
Return, exchange or even sell your unwanted holiday gifts.
The annual return-a-thon kicks off early Tuesday as retailers start after-Christmas sales aiming to unload more merchandise.
According to the National Retail Federation, three out of four holiday shoppers checked return policies before making a purchase.
Gift receipts can make the returns process much easier but many retailers have relaxed their regular return policies for the holiday season.
Cullen said the retail group’s survey showed consumers on average returned only 4% of their gifts. The percent was slightly higher among millennials who returned 7% of their gifts.
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