It's wild to believe, but it’s officially the run-up to the holiday season, since that’s now something that takes over all of Q4 (October through December). And Walmart, which has never been one to stop offering incentives right as customers start buying, has just unveiled a new return policy for the holidays that involve both an extended returns window plus two ways to do your returns that don’t involve waiting in endless lines at the store — or putting anything in a box. (Walmart+ members, listen up, because one of the deals is just for you.)?
Here’s the deal: Walmart will give customers until Jan. 31 to return purchases made on or after Oct. 1. That includes both electronics and Marketplace items. The company’s language does use the word “eligible,” so while there might be exceptions, that gives you plenty of time to return any items (and avoid double-gifting).?