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How much of a refund do you get on a 'free' item?

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Username12345 Mon 18-Dec-17 15:52:41

I hardly ever return items so don't know the policy.

Bought toys in a 3 for 2 offer, but they're all the same price each - No cheapest free. I'm only returning one.

How does that work?

gobbynorthernbird Mon 18-Dec-17 15:54:42

Lots of places won't refund. I used to work for Tesco and they wouldn't. If it's unwanted, rather than broken, could you give it away or sell it?

Battleax Mon 18-Dec-17 15:55:04


Battleax Mon 18-Dec-17 15:55:32

You should be offered a replacement from the same offer, though.

SandLand Mon 18-Dec-17 15:57:54

No refund. You will gave paid what the 2 items on their own would gave cost.

Username12345 Mon 18-Dec-17 16:01:25

Balls. Thought it might be 0.

Bulk bought, but there's a few I don't need in the sets confused

Aridane Mon 18-Dec-17 16:03:08

You get a refund. It a proportionate scaled down one, if you see what I mean

Yellowpokadotbikini Mon 18-Dec-17 16:04:39

Where I work you would get a third of the total price you paid for the 3 back if that makes sense? I don't work for a shop that's had toys on 3 for 2 though so would depend on their own policy

Battleax Mon 18-Dec-17 16:05:09

Stick it in the food bank or similar collection if it wasn't too expensive. It will make you feel Christmassy fsmile

Username12345 Mon 18-Dec-17 16:10:29

Oh! It's Asda George. I really didn't want to have to rifle through their Ts & Cs.

NewtsSuitcase Mon 18-Dec-17 16:15:19

stick it on ebay

liquidrevolution Mon 18-Dec-17 16:34:23

can you exchange?

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