Do you need to make an in-store return for an item you don't need, no longer need it, bought extra of or are unsatisfied with? I'm here to share with you with my in-store return and experience at Lowes.
My receipt was approaching the 90 days return policy and I was procrastinating because I do not want to go in stores. I finally decided to go at 8AM with my mask. Thankfully there was no line to enter nor a line to return. (I needed to return some extra sprinklers I didn't need.)
When I walked in, I saw a sign that said they were extending the return policy to 180 days from original date (there are some policy exceptions like power tools, major appliances, paint & so forth for 60 days). I wish I knew sooner because I would have another 3 months to return by.
Another store I know off the top of my head is Target because they sent us an email that they will no longer accept in-store returns or exchanges. If guests have items with a return by date from March to April 26, it will be extended until June 15.
In case you may not know, I wanted to share with you all, if you have in-store returns, call your local stores for updates because:
Source: Personal experience / Research