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Return policy for California store purchases

A Word About Returns
We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you need to bring it back, we will gladly refund the purchase price in the original form of payment (as shown on your receipt). No receipt? We’ll credit your Bloomingdale’s account. No Bloomingdale’s account? We will issue a merchandise credit. If you do not have a receipt and did not use your Bloomingdale’s card, you will receive the lowest selling price in the last 180 days. Some departments may have special return policies, such as dresses. Some special order fees are non-refundable. See a sales associate for details. Thank you for shopping at Bloomingdale’s.

A Word About bMoney Cards
bMoney cards you receive in connection with a merchandise purchase must be returned if the merchandise is returned. If merchandise is returned without the corresponding bMoney card or with some portion of its value used, the difference will be deducted from your refund.

A Word About Manufacturer Warranties
Copies of manufacturer warranties are available. Please ask an associate for more information.

A Word About Fraud
Thank you for helping us protect you from credit card fraud. We are only able to accept American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa cards with functioning magnetic strips. If your card cannot be read electronically, we may ask you to provide us with another form of payment. For your protection we verify identification for credit card purchases at this Bloomingdale’s location.

Returning Items Paid For By WORRYNOMORE® Voucher
Merchandise that is returned will forfeit WORRYNOMORE Voucher.

Presale Transaction Paid For by Bloomingdales's Gift Card or Easy Exchange Card
If the merchandise is not picked up by the date specified, store credit equal to the amount tendered on the card(s) will be mailed to the address you provided.

California Recycling Fee
In California, certain electronic products are subject to an electronic waste recycling fee.  This fee is required by the state of California.