Best Buy will extend its return policy from 14 days to 30 days, beginning next week according to TUAW.
The change applies to all products, including the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Macintosh purchases. The Apple Retail Store return policy is officially 14 days, but the company will occasionally "surprise and delight" customers by honoring longer return policies in some instances. Both Best Buy and Apple eliminated the 10% restocking fees on returned items last year.
The change goes into effect at all Best Buy locations on Sunday, March 4.
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God I hate people this like this. This is why we can't have nice things.
Even though I understand why they do this, I always thought it was stupid and shady. When I worked at Best Buy, I still price matched (or at least matched the sale half-way) even the model number wasn't exactly indentical.
But yeah, Best Buy isn't the only company that does this crap.
They do. Your entire purchase history can be looked up from your credit card, phone number, or any number of other info.
They probably link it to your credit card.
Best Buy even works with certain companies to produce best buy only "models"
I use quotes as they are identical just the model number changed to avoid price matching. Head to company website and they all direct to the same product.