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Extended Return Policy and 24/7 Holiday Hours

Extended Return Policy and 24/7 Holiday Hours

The clock is ticking and time is running out to get all that holiday shopping done. However, there is nothing worse than doing online holiday shopping only to find out the items that you purchased were not what the person wanted and that the products cannot be returned anymore because the item was purchased too long ago. Often times companies will reduce and limit their return policies during the holidays to ensure that more sales are final. At Sonic Electronix, they do things a little bit different when they focus on the needs of their loyal customers. That is why this holiday season they are actually extending their Return Policy!

For the 2010 Holiday season, Sonic Electronix is introducing Extended Holiday Hours to make like more convenient for the consumer.  So what is the return policy? It is simply that for orders shipped from November 23rd through December 25th, the Standard Return Policy of 30 days is extended until January 31st. Any unopened item can be returned for a refund. If a purchased item is defective or broken, you can exchange that item easily for the same item or store credit. That means that any item that applies to the standard Sonic return policy and is shipped out between Thanksgiving and Christmas 2010 will receive an extension to the items standard return policy. It is as simple as that.  You can shop worry-free and be confident in your purchase.

Extended holiday hours are something that many of our loyal customers and avid readers are already familiar with. Throughout the holiday season, Sonic Electronix sales representatives are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. No matter where you live or what time of the day/night it is, if you are shopping at SonicElectronix.com you will be able to call the customer service line to place an order, find out more about a product, get the status on your items, etc.  Sonic Electronix is wishing everyone Happy Holidays and the extended return policy, along with the 24/7 call center is just one way to do that.

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