Walmart Bicycle Return Policy [All You Need To Know] 

For many of us, cycling is a cost-effective way to keep active and embrace the outdoors, and Walmart is a go-to retailer of cycles suitable for the whole family.

But can you return unwanted bicycles to Walmart? Here’s all you need to know!

Walmart Bicycle Return Policy 2021

Bicycles can be returned to Walmart within 90 days of purchase with the original packaging and a receipt. Additionally, Walmart will return electric bikes within 30 days of purchase. If a customer does not have a receipt, they may be eligible for Walmart store credit or a full cash refund if the receipt is given.

If you want to know more about Walmart’s bicycle returns policy, continue reading!

Can You Return a Used Bicycle to Walmart? 

Yes, used bicycles can be returned to Walmart if they are in a suitable condition.

You have 90 days from purchase to make a return; all you need is the original packaging, accessories, and receipt.

Can Walmart Deny My Return?

Yes, Walmart can deny your return if it breaches the Returns Policy (e.g., bicycles bought over 90 days ago cannot be returned, and 30 days for electric bikes).

Additionally, If you have lost your receipt and cannot show alternative proof of purchase, Walmart can refuse your return.

However, there are some ways to get around this. To learn more, see my guide on returning items to Walmart without a receipt.

For safety reasons, recreational vehicles such as dirt-bikes and mini-bikes are exempt from Walmart’s Returns Policy.

Do I Need a Receipt to Process a Bicycle Return at Walmart?

No, Walmart can process bicycle returns without receipts.

If you have lost your receipt, employees can complete a refund verification process to check the bicycle is eligible for return. You will need a valid government-issued photo ID such as a Passport and bicycle bar code.

Refunds without a receipt worth $25 and over will be paid store credit. Staff can digitally search for previous online orders using Credit/Debit Card details, email addresses, and phone numbers.

How Do I Return a Bicycle that I Purchased Online?

Firstly, access your Walmart account via the internet or on the app; here, returnable bicycles will appear for selection, and Walmart will request a reason for returning and provide a printable label.

Once your refund request has been made, your bicycle can be delivered for free by FedEx or USPS couriers.

Does Walmart Offer Replacement Bicycles?

Yes, Walmart offers replacement bicycles. Store-bought bicycles can be replaced or exchanged for a different model, and customers may need to pay an additional amount if the new bike is worth more than the original.

Will Walmart Accept Returns for a Broken Bicycle?

Yes, Walmart will accept returns on broken bicycles if they are in a returnable state.

As customers cannot ride a bike before purchase, Walmart is happy to process returns within the policy window of 90 days.

How Long Do Walmart Refunds Take To Process?

In-Store refunds with receipt: Cash and check refunds are immediately processed. Credit and Debit Card refunds take up to 10 business days to complete.

Online refunds: In most cases, refunds take 2-3 weeks to appear in your bank.

Walmart Gift Card: Walmart claims that the balance should appear within 3 hours of the refund. Keep your Gift Card after purchase until you are satisfied.

If you are not satisfied with your bicycle return or how Walmart handled your inquiry, you can lodge a formal complaint, which you can learn about here.

Conclusion

Regular bicycles can be returned within 90 days of purchase, while electric bikes must be returned within 30 days. Used bicycles will only be accepted if they are in a returnable condition. Walmart offers refunds, exchanges, or replacements when stock is available. Returns can be completed in-store or by mail, free of charge.

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About the author

Marques Thomas graduated with an MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of QuerySprout.com.

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