If Amazon product returns weren't easy enough already, they are about to get even easier for U.S. customers thanks to a new, or rather, an expanded deal with retail chain Kohl's.
As The Verge reports, from July, every Kohl's store across the U.S. will start accepting your Amazon returns. According to Kohl's CEO Michelle Gass, "80 percent of America lives within 10 miles of a Kohl's" thanks to the company operating more than 1,150 locations, making it a nice extra option for a lot of people.
Amazon and Kohl's have been working together since 2017 when the returns program was introduced and expanded to 100 locations spread across Los Angeles, Chicago, and Milwaukee. It's a desirable returns option for customers as the products can be brought in without need of a box or label and is completely free. Kohl's handles the packaging and shipping for you. Read more...More about Amazon, Kohls, Tech, Big Tech Companies, and Consumer Tech