Who takes advantage of Walmart's no receipt return policy?
Right now Best Buy has a buy 2 get 1 deal on games, and some of them are on sale. So you can actually make money if Walmart has higher prices.
--Buy 3 Scene It? Twilight (DS) @ $9 with the B2G1 deal going = $18
--Go return them to Walmart @ $30 = $90 gift card back.
That nets $72 profit, but in Walmart gift card =/
For a better rate, but lower profit, try Where the Wild Things Are (DS)
$3 at Best Buy, $15 at Walmart for a net of $39
The return policy lets you get returns < $25 in cash instead of card, and you get 3 no-receipt returns in a 45 day period, so you could use one of the cheaper games and get real cash out of this deal, but not as much of it.
Am I perhaps missing something here?
This idea was sparked by @girlbytes 's comment here: http://deals.woot.com/deals/comment/f8d80fc0-2665-4211-b1da-afd0c6ca1eb4
And can't be listed as a deal because it's way to complicated and perhaps moderately illegal.
Note: This is not officially recommended.