This is CNET and here are some helpful tips if you need to return any of those gifts you've just received.
Did you happen to receive a gift that you're not exactly thrilled with?
Well, odds are you can return it especially if you received it from a retailer like Amazon or a [UNKNOWN] like Best Buy [UNKNOWN] or Walmart.
Most stores have fairly lenient return policies There's nothing better than a gift receipt.
If you received a gift card, things get a little more complicated.
But if absolutely know you'll never need to spend the money at a given store, your options are limited.
You can use a third party site like Cardpool, but they'll take a cut.
So your best bet might be finding a friend to sell it to.
And finally, if there's anything to take away, it's that the most important thing you can do in giving gifts is to provide a gift receipt.
That's the best way to ensure your recipient won't have an issue with your gift.
It's also a great way to avoid avoid an awkward situation if that gift you bought wasn't exactly what your loved one was looking for.
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