OK, so I'm hoping to order our stroller/car seat from Amazon tonight because it's a great deal (with the Britax Free Ride special, which expires tomorrow). I'm just nervous that at some point over the next three months I'll change my mind about the stroller, or we'll get a new car and the seat won't fit, or something that makes me want to return one or the other or both.
Both say Free Returns, but I have a few questions.
1. Does this mean Amazon doesn't charge for return shipping? Because I've read that it DOES charge shipping--so I don't get how that makes the returns free. I mean, I don't know of any store that charges an actual fee for returning things-. I'm confused what Amazon actually means by "free"!
2. If Amazon does charge return shipping, for something like a B-Ready stroller, is that going to be a ton of money? Does size/weight of item determine how much the shipping charge is if you use Amazon's mailing label?
3. What is "new and unopened condition"? Does this mean I can't unpack the stroller/car seat at all? Can't open the outside box, even? or does it just mean unused? I mean, at a brick-and-mortar store, I could take the stroller out and try it out on my carpet or something and still return it if I didn't like it, as long as it was unUSED. But Amazon says unOPENED--so what does that really mean?
Thanks so much!