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Black Friday buyer's remorse? Here's your returning guide

• Nov 29, 2017 at 9:00 PM

With the Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness coming to an end, many shoppers are experiencing buyer's remorse from the whirlwind of shopping holidays. Nearly two thirds of people return at least one holiday gift, and with so many retailers out there, ciphering through return policies can be tricky.

Thankfully, many retailers offer extended holiday returns for purchases made during the holiday shopping season. That's where Offers.com comes in. We've created a comprehensive list of over 100 retailers' return and extended holiday return policies for 2017. With so many merchants offering different policies, we have the go-to spot to find all your favorite retailers' return policies for the holiday season.

Ease holiday shopping stress with this helpful guide. Store Standard return deadlines are given, with extended holiday deadlines, where applicable, are in bold.

Abercrombie & Fitch — 60 days

Amazon — 30 days  (Jan. 31 for orders shipped Nov. 1 – Dec. 31)

American Girl — Two years

American Eagle Outfitters — No deadline

Apple Store -—14 days (Jan. 8 for orders placed Nov. 25 – Dec. 25)

AT&T Wireless — 14 days

Barnes & Noble — 14 days (Jan. 31 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 31)

Bath & Body Works — No deadline

Bass Pro Shops — 60 days

Bed Bath & Beyond -—No deadline

Best Buy — 15 days (Jan. 14 for orders placed Oct. 29 – Dec. 30)

Big Lots — 30 days

Cabela’s — 90 days

Dell — 30 days

Dick’s Sporting Goods — 60 days

Disney Store — 30 days (Jan. 18 for orders placed Nov. 7 – Dec. 18)

eBay — Varies by seller

Forever 21 — 30 days. Refunds are only available for online purchases returned by mail. (Jan. 8 for orders placed Nov. 13 – Jan. 7 or within 30 days of ship date, whichever is later. Refunds are only available for online purchases returned by mail.)

Foot Locker — 45 days

GameStop — 30 days

Gap — 45 days (Jan 15. for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 24 or within 45 days of delivery, whichever is later)

HP — 30 days (Jan. 15 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 25)

Home Depot — 30 days for furniture and area rugs; 90 days for most merchandise

IKEA — 1 year

JCPenney — 45 days with no receipt, 30 days for appliances, electronics, furniture, 60 days for jewelry

Kohl’s — 30 days for select electronics; no deadline for most merchandise (Jan. 31 for premium electronics purchased from Nov. 1 – Dec. 25, no deadline for most merchandise)

Lands’ End — No deadline

LEGO — 90 days

Lowe’s — 90 days

Macy’s — 180 days (Jan. 31 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 31)

Office Depot & OfficeMax — No deadline for store brand items; 90 days for office supplies; 14 days for tech and furniture (Jan. 14 for orders placed Oct. 1 – Dec. 24 or as the policy allows, whichever is later)

Old Navy — 45 days (Jan. 15 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 24 or within 45 days of purchase, whichever is later)

Petco — 60 days

PetSmart — 60 days

Pier 1 — 45 days (Jan. 31 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 24 or within 45 days of purchase, whichever is later)

RadioShack — 30 days

Sam’s Club — 90 days for select electronics, games, movies, and music; no deadline for most merchandise

Sears — 30 days for most merchandise (Jan. 31 on items with a 30-day return policy for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 24)

Shutterfly — 60 days with 50% fee

Target — 30 days for electronics and entertainment; 90 days for most merchandise (The 30-day refund period for returns begins Dec. 26 for all electronic and entertainment orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 25 (REDcard holders get an extra 30 days). The 14-day refund period for returns begins Dec. 26 for drone orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 25)

T.J. MAXX — 30 days (Jan. 23 for orders placed Oct. 15 – Dec. 24)

Toys R Us — 90 days (Jan. 28 for orders placed Sept. 1 – Jan. 28 and Jan. 28 for select electronics & entertainment items purchased Nov. 1 or later)

Ulta — 60 days

Urban Outfitters — 30 days (Feb. 28 for orders placed Nov. 1 – Dec. 25)

Verizon — 14 days, 30 days for businesses

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