TigerDirect changes return policy on Christmas Eve

TigerDirect New Return Policy - Store Return Policies

TigerDirect gave a lump of coal to its customers for Christmas. The online computer retailer changed its return policy on Christmas Eve. Starting on Christmas Eve at 12:00 AM, all purchases from TigerDirect are final. They will no longer accept returns or refunds or exchanges. Manufacturer warranties are still eligible for certain products.

The change comes after PCM, a competitor, bought out TigerDirect. It looks like PCM has started liquidating assets. About 500 people were laid off after the buyout.

But if you’re looking for a deal, think again. Usually retailers will slash prices to clear inventory; that’s not the case with TigerDirect. Some quick price comparisons showed NewEgg is still a better option. Prices on NewEgg were five to ten dollars cheaper with a 30 day return policy. Unless you like taking unnecessary risks, stay away from TigerDirect.

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