Today I bought a pair of high-tops, and I've no idea why, I don't like them at all, they hurt my ankles and I don't suit them. They where meant to be £395 but was reduced to £118. I bought them from a shop in Liverpool, it's called Cricket.
Anyway back to the real question, will I be able to return these for money? or at least be able to get some sort of exchange, they are in mint condition as I only bought them today, they haven't been worn, they're still in the box with all the assets, the bag, and the receipt.
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It depends on the store's return policy. I would read the receipt. Some stores do allow a refund on sale items, while others make them a final sale. Some places do an exchange. I would either look at the receipt because it should say, or call the store and ask. Explain the situation, say that you bought the shoes and brought them home and didn't like them. Usually reputable stores stand behind their merchandise and will gladly let you return them for either store credit or exchange. Hopefully they let you. I know some stores don't and they make everything final sale. However, usually if something is final sale, the sales clerk tells you while cashing out so that you know.0