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It's easy to understand why retailers are reluctant to accept an artificial Christmas tree return days after the season has come to end, especially if there are still traces of silver tinsel on it! There are a lot of places to buy artificial Christmas trees from designer home décor stores to hardware stores, or even online. Just like you'd do with any major purchase, make sure to check out the retailer's return policy before emptying your pockets.
When you're shopping for an artificial Christmas tree online, the return or manufacturer warranty is usually easy to find. You might not see it on a button or a sidebar, but if you click on “About Us” or “Contact Us,” you can usually find your way to the company's policies on returns.
Considering the cost, mess and safety hazards of a cut tree, spending anywhere from a hundred to even a thousand dollars on an artificial Christmas tree makes good sense. Just make sure you're able to return it for a full refund if your new artificial Christmas tree arrives damaged in any way. As a consumer, it might be your responsibility to pay return freight and shipping charges, so make sure you're aware of these things before purchasing.