The sweater didn’t fit right, the color was all wrong. You already have a singing bass on a plaque and the “Puppies in a Basket” throw pillow—gifts received and much appreciated—are not quite right in your mid-century modern pad.
For whatever reason, if you need to return a gift, follow these simple tips to make sure all your returns are happy.
Try to get the receipt
Things will go more smoothly if you can get the gift receipt from the giver.
Sure the singing bass cost $98 before Christmas, but if it’s marked down to $8.13, assume that’s the amount you’ll get in return.