You will need a valid form of ID. Your only allowed 3 returns without a receipt within a six month period. Make sure to return everything at once, unless its an ungodly amount. Large baby shower returns are very common so they should work with you. If they don't, throw a fit. I don't mean cause a scene, ask for the persons supervisor and speak with them. If they wont take care of you ask for the store manager. If you can't get ahold of a store manager and an assistant manager shows up see if they can help you, if not make a phone call to the store manager. Wal-Mart is all about taking care of the customer, they'd rather eat a few hundred dollars as a loss than ruffle some feathers on a customer. If the store manager is no help you can call the district manager his name and phone number should be avaliable at the service desk. These are just some tips to use if all doesn't go as planned. Just remember, dont take no for an answer and eventually you will hear yes.
by Zach - 14 hours ago
You are allowed 3refunds/exchanges without a receipt within a 12 mo. period There are certain items that have their own guidelines for returns or exchanges. If the item(s) in question are over $10 in value at the time of return, you must provide a valid form of government issued ID (driver's licence, passport, Military ID or INS card). If refunding, you are entitled to the sale price at the time of return. (WalMart's prices fluctuate all the time, so if you pay $25 for something 3 weeks ago, and want to return without a receipt, if the item has been marked down to $20, you get $20. "KEEP YOUR RECEIPTS!"
by Taterbug* - 14 hours ago
I have a receipt from a year ago on a bike, never rode it. Can I return it?
by john - 14 hours ago
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