By now you've probably opened most of your Christmas presents, and now some of you might be planning a trip to the mall or a certain store to return them.
We talked to managers at K-Mart who said they're already gearing up for the lines of people who are returning gifts.
Managers also said reimbursing customers for their returns is actually beneficial for the store.
"When they return around Christmas time they usually go out and buy more. There's a lot of times that they find things that are better buys, and they end up spending more than what they've returned," Jeanne Massey, a manager, said.
Massey also said that K-Mart and the majority of other stores will accept returns without a receipt, but you will only receive cash for the lowest sale price of the item your returning.
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