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Everything you wanted to know about holiday returns

Was the holiday gift you received the wrong size, or just not what you hoped for?

The good news is you have extra time to return that ill-fitting sweater or those duplicate games. The bad news? The specifics of many retailers' return policies don't usually change just because it's the holidays.

"As a general rule of thumb, for holiday returns, the only real difference tends to be is you have a longer window for returning the item. Where

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