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Costco Return?

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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
We've just bought a Costco Kidkraft Kitchen for Christmas but realised my 2 year old has little or no interest in a kitchen at all!

Do you think I'll be able to return it to them considering there is absolutely nothing wrong with the kitchen?

Anyone experience with a similar dilemma (problem being the nearest Costco is 40+ miles away).

Many thanks.
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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Costco are normally good when taking things back. I remember taking a console back after like a year and a friend did similar.
#2
Yeah, so long as it's unused. Costco are great for things like this.
#3
One of the main benefits of being a member of Costco is their no quibble returns policy.
#4
How do you know your little one has no interest in it?
#5
Unfortunately I'm not a member!

Well, been to a few shops with them today and although she looked at them for a second, I asked her if she wanted one and she said no. She did like the look of it online which is why I bought it but in reality she only plays with most things for a minute or two but was far more interested in the dolls and prams and wants a bike.
#6
fruityloops
Unfortunately I'm not a member!
Well, been to a few shops with them today and although she looked at them for a second, I asked her if she wanted one and she said no. She did like the look of it online which is why I bought it but in reality she only plays with most things for a minute or two but was far more interested in the dolls and prams and wants a bike.

Your 2 year old liked the look of it online? Good lord
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benjammin316
fruityloops
Unfortunately I'm not a member!
Well, been to a few shops with them today and although she looked at them for a second, I asked her if she wanted one and she said no. She did like the look of it online which is why I bought it but in reality she only plays with most things for a minute or two but was far more interested in the dolls and prams and wants a bike.

Your 2 year old liked the look of it online? Good lord

Are you joking? I showed her a video of that particular kitchen and she said she liked it, she does have an opinion despite being 2 and a half.
#8
fruityloops
benjammin316
fruityloops
Unfortunately I'm not a member!
Well, been to a few shops with them today and although she looked at them for a second, I asked her if she wanted one and she said no. She did like the look of it online which is why I bought it but in reality she only plays with most things for a minute or two but was far more interested in the dolls and prams and wants a bike.
Your 2 year old liked the look of it online? Good lord
Are you joking? I showed her a video of that particular kitchen and she said she liked it, she does have an opinion despite being 2 and a half.

Oh right
banned#9
Pretty sad that you don't know what your 2 year olds into!
#10
damo1972
Pretty sad that you don't know what your 2 year olds into!

She's two, she has the attention span of a goldfish. She has minimal interest in many things (my son was the opposite and played for hours with all his toys). Thanks for your input, very helpful

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