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Can you please explain to me how rain checks work. Thanks

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Hey ncmarvin,

In many cases, Best Buy™ stores will issue rainchecks to customers that request one when we do not have an item they are seeking in stock during a week that it is on sale at a reduced price. Normally they can be issued for most items in our weekly ads, but they cannot be issued if our weekly ad lists the product sought as being "limited quantity" or having the disclaimer "no rainchecks" on that particular item.

Please keep in mind that rainchecks are not guarantees of a specific item - they are guarantees of a specific price. All rainchecks issued by Best Buy™ stores are valid for 45 days from the day they are issued. If we are not able to provide a customer with the item they initially sought, we must then instead provide the option to purchase a comparable product at a similar discount.

In most cases customers should receive a notification when the product is back in stock, but remember that it is important to check back with the store where the raincheck is issued from time to time in the event that one cannot be reached at the contact information provided. Rainchecks are only valid at the store location where they are issued, and cannot be redeemed at other Best Buy™ store locations or on www.Bestbuy.com.

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
Aaron
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Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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