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Is it easy to exchange a game at Target that may be defective?

Old 11-15-04, 10:29 PM
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Is it easy to exchange a game at Target that may be defective?

I bought Tiger Woods 2005 about a month ago for XBox at Target but recently it's been freezing up and saying I have a dirty or damaged disk. It did that a couple times early on but now it's more frequent. And that's only happened once before with any game in the 2+ years I've owned the system.
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Do you have the receipt? If so, there should be no problem since you have 90 days to exchange the game. If you don't have your receipt, do you remember your method of payment? If you used a credit card, debit card, check, or gift card, Target can do a receipt look up. For example, if you used credit, just bring that card and Target will swipe the card, then scan the item and match them up to your past receipt within 90 days.

If you don't have the receipt and paid cash, then at least bring your driver's license/ID. They'll just process it as a no-receipt return. You can do no-receipt returns about 3 times in a year, so you should be okay if you haven't reached that limit.

Hope this helps.

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