There’s a new way to make Amazon returns without waiting in line at the post office or packing up the unwanted item.
Just in time for Prime Day shopping sprees and back-to-school shopping, Kohl’s announced Monday that its more than 1,100 stores nationwide now accept Amazon returns.
Kohl’s CEO Michelle Gass called the nationwide rollout of the Amazon Returns program the Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin-based retailer's "single biggest initiative of the year."
“We're thrilled to offer this first-of-its-kind service to Amazon and Kohl's customers," Gass said in a statement to USA TODAY. "We believe customers will appreciate this easy and convenient new service, bringing them to our stores more often and deepening customer loyalty for both Amazon and Kohl's."
Kohl's announced in April the returns program would expand this summer after piloting it in 100 stores in Chicago, Los Angeles and Milwaukee markets.