Amazon plans to expand its free returns policy during the holiday season,media outlet Techspot reported. Customers can return eligible items, such as electronics, household products, and household products, in one of more than 18,000 locations, including Kohl’s, UPS, Amazon Books Store, Amazon 4-Star Store, Amazon Hub locations, and some Whole Foods supermarkets Kitchen utensils and pet supplies, etc.
Amazon isn’t just focused on accelerating the delivery process. The e-commerce giant said Wednesday that it also wants to offer as much as possible a convenient return service – at least throughout the holiday season. Millions of items shipped from Amazon between November 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 will be returned free of charge until January 31, 2010, according to the extended return policy.
In many cases, customers don’t even need to print labels or package returned items – just put them in these locations and show the QR code to the sales assistant, where they will handle it.
Amazon says customers can return it for any reason. Returns can be returned up to 30 days after delivery and are fully refunded.
Libby Johnson McKee, director of returns and e-commerce at Amazon WW, said: “With millions of items returned for free, customers don’t have to worry about the keyboardthey they ordered, or whether their dog likes their new bed – they can buy it with confidence because they know they can be refunded for free with just a few clicks.” “
So far, only clothing, shoes and bedding are eligible for at least one free return option.