The store shall remain nameless. But lets just say it is a popular children's clothing store, and you pay for quality clothing.
I bought each of the kids one item of clothing about a week and half ago. They are both awkward sized right now....super skinny (ah, to have THAT problem), and getting things that are long enough and fit in the waist is a challenge. I found something for each of them that would work, and they would be able to use for awhile.
Unfortunately, it wasn't on sale, but I bought it anyway (save the lecture....I know...I know....).
Well, the store had a sale where everything was 30% off. So I took the items back to see if they would price adjust it, or I would return and re-purchase. The store must have this happen alot...because they have a whole policy AGAINST it.
They only price adjust for 7 days (I was at 11). Ok, no biggie. I will return and repurchase. NOPE. They make you wait 24 hours to repurchase. The only way around it is if they have the clothes on the floor, in your size....THEN you can purchase THOSE, but not the ones you just returned.
Of course, the 2 items were on the floor, but not in the sizes I needed. And the sale ended today, so returning them would have just been a return. And even if the sale went on until tomorrow (which it doesn't), if someone bought my sizes, then I would be out of luck.
What do you think of this???? I get that people could just keep returning and repurchasing, but I think it is a bit extreme. It isn't a store I frequently buy from, but this policy sort of turns me off a bit. Do you think it is reasonable? Am I being unreasonable?