Apple Stores return policy on headphones?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Matto1020, Jan 6, 2008.

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    Matto1020

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    So I purchased the Apple In-Ear headphones the other day. I personally love "In-Ear" headphones because Ear Buds don't fit my ears.

    However the Apple In-Ear headphones are shaped very oddly and do not quit fit my ears as well. Even though they are opened, can I still return them for a refund? I have the original packaging and whatnot along with the receipt.

    Thanks!
     
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    Tom B.

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    Probably not, because you can't exactly expect them to be able to sell used earphones to anyone else, even at a discount. It's just not hygienic.
     
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    Matto1020

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    Perhaps let me exchange them for a different brand then? Stores like Best Buy do this all the time. Why not Apple ;)
     
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    Tom B.

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    Well, it's worth a try. With a bit of persuasion, they probably will let you swap them for something else.
     
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    LtRammstein

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    You can. I've returned things before, as long as its within 14 days of the purchase date, they'll take them back, for a full refund. It's on serialized (iPods, iPhone, computers, etc) that there's a restocking fee.
     

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