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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by tekksan, Jul 21, 2011.
Do Apple retail stores still charge restocking fees on open box items?
Didn't they do away with that last year?
Edit: Here's the MacRumors article.
Cool. Anybody ever try it out?
no restocking fees. At least presently.
I don't see how they can do this, as people can abuse this sort of thing like crazy; FREE 14 day rental!!
Frankly, it makes bying really easy on the nerves
60 day? I thought it was 14?
It is 14 days. LOL
My bad, thanks
It is 14. I imagine if you do it a lot they will eventually blacklist you.
You mean they haven't already?
Yep, I returned a pair of opened in-ear headphones once, a SuperDrive, both for good reason. I also exchanged my 10 day old 2010 MacBook Air with the new model this morning but not sure if that one counts.
I was told that they had done away with restocking fees months ago, when I went in for work done to my mom's 13" MBP.
Good part on Apple.
I remember this happened to somebody using Amazon. Seems he was returning a lot of laptops.
Some people return them over and over in an attempt to find perfection.
Now this new policy encourages that. I don't know how many people do this, but going from this forum alone, they (Apple) may have a problem
Off topic just slightly: like in stores, there is no restocking fee for online orders either. Apple even refunds your shipping (if you paid for expedited shipping) and pays the FedEx 2-day return shipping (at least that's been my experience in the U.S.).