Important Updates to Target Return & Exchange Policy Including Use of Reusable Bags

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Target is taking some extra steps to protect its customers during this time of uncertainty.

Target Returns

For the next 3 weeks, Target CEO Brian Cornell announced, the store will not be accepting returns or exchanges. However, do not fear, you are not out of luck, they will be extending the return period for any receipt that is set to expire during this period.

To be extra cautious, Target will stop accepting in-store product returns and exchanges for the next three weeks—but don’t worry if you have a return that expires during that period, because we’ll still honor them three weeks past the holding period.

Target has also decided that they are not going to allow the usage of reusable bags during this time. Paper and plastic bags will be available at your local store and will be offered free of any fees that your area is accustomed to seeing.

And for now, we’ll refrain from handling reusable bags, asking guests who bring them in to bag their own items at checkout. Our paper and plastic bags will be available and we’ll waive any local fees during this time.

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