Actually making a return can be a real drag. In-store returns have always been more convenient—no printer, packing tape, or trip to the post office required. But given the new risks associated with in-store shopping, your options have dwindled, making the whole thing feel like even more of a chore than it already was. It might even seem easier to hold on to the things you don’t want just to avoid the process. (In fact, a 2018 NPR/Marist poll revealed that 91% of shoppers actually do just this.) But that’s throwing away good money. So we’ve pulled together a guide that breaks down national chains’ return policies, exceptions, and options so you can get your money back with as little hassle as possible.