Target holds an annual Cyber Monday sale, discounting many electronics items and accessories. If you bought something from Target's Cyber Monday sale and discovered that you need to return it for some reason, read on to learn about Target's return policy and its return procedure.
Target's Return Policy
In general, if you return your purchase in unopened condition within 90 days of the Cyber Monday sale, you will receive a full refund or an equivalent exchange. However, some items have their own return policies, which take precedence over Target's general return policy. Check the receipt or packing slip to see if your item has its own return policy. If you used a Target RedCard to make your purchase, you have 120 days to make the return. If the item you are returning is electronic, you only have 30 days, though. You must return mobile phones within 14 days, and a restocking fee of $35 may be deducted from your refund if the package was opened. You cannot return any video games, music, software, or movies that have been opened if you want a refund. You may be able to get an exchange, though. Digital downloads are not eligible for return. Neither are personalized items. You need to have the receipt to make the return.
Making the Return
If you have any questions about the return, contact Target's customer service department. It has phone, chat, help desk, and email support options.
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