8 retailers that have amazing return policies

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No receipt? No problem! These 8 stores have the best return policy!

1. Nordstrom
Time Limit: None!
– Nordstrom’s prides itself on their “case-by-case basis” return policy. Regardless if you have the receipt or not, Nordstrom is known to take back any item at anytime with the exception of special occasion dresses.

2. Zappos
Time Limit: 365 days –
Although your items must be unworn and in the original packaging, you still have a full year to return to Zappos which is pretty amazing!

3. Anthropologie
Time Limit: None!
– While furniture and other oversized items has a 30 day return policy, all other items can be returned by mail or to any Anthropologie location at any time!

4. Athleta
Time Limit: None!
– Athleta has a way more lenient return policy than its parent companies such as Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic. The fitness wear company does not put a time limit on your purchase if you are looking to bring it back!

5. Sephora
Time Limit: 60 days
– Makeup and skincare can be tricky when it comes to nailing down a fair return policy. Thankfully Sephora allows returns for items that have already been open or “gently used”. Even if your return is made after the 60 day policy, customers are still able to receive a store credit.

6. Costco
Time Limit: 90 days
– Costco doesn’t care if you lost your receipt. It happens to the best of us! All you have to do is let customer service know your membership number and you will receive a full refund!

7. Club Monaco
Time Limit: 60 days –
If your purchase still has its tags,you can receive a full refund otherwise, you will receive a store credit.

8. The Body Shop
​​​​​​​Time Limit: 30 days –
A customer can return new or used items with a receipt for a full refund. With no receipt you will receive a store credit!

 

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