Barnes & Noble To Downgrade Return Policy: Receipts Always Required

UPDATE: Barnes & Noble Limited Receipt Policy Won’t Go National Until October

It used to be that Barnes & Noble would take back just about any item at any time with or without a receipt. That won’t be the case for much longer, a flyer at Barnes & Noble bookstores announces that the store is downgrading its super-friendly return policy on March 3rd to the following: “All returns must be made within 14 days of purchase and accompanied with an original sales receipt. After 14 days or without an original sales receipt, returns will not be permitted (nor permitted to exchange).” First Target, now Barnes & Noble, could this be the start of a trend? Full scan of the flyer, inside…


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