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Returns Continue After Christmas

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By now, you've probably received most of your Christmas gifts...and if something does not work out, it's back to the store to return it.

Best Buy in Bismarck is prepared for its customers with signs and lanes to make the return process as efficient as possible.

Most returns they're receiving so far are tablets...not because they do not like them, but usually because they just want a different brand.

"Today's probably going to be the busiest day. We didn't really see a whole lot the last couple days after Christmas but starting this weekend and probably this next week here everybody's going to be coming on in, getting their stuff swapped out, seeing what new stuff they can get," says Jordan Tweeten, Customer Service, Best Buy.

For some, returns can be a hassle and time consuming if the lines are long.

Kevin Erickson, however, says things have gone very well for him this year and does not mind the one return he had to make.

"This has been a really easy process for me. I'm from the twin cities and there you have to drive a lot further, you have to deal with a lot more traffic. Here it's really simple to get in your car and be at the store in five minutes so it's really easy so Bismarck shoppers should be really happy that they live here compared to the twin cities," says Kevin Erickson, Returning Item at Best Buy.

If you still have any Best Buy returns to make, they have an extended return policy over the holidays and you have until the middle of January to return your item.

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