The tricky part about shopping for tech is you never know how it will work once it’s in your home. You can look at a TV and imagine it in your living room, but you can’t be sure about its performance until you’ve used it. There’s nothing worse than buying a costly gadget, only to find out it doesn’t work the way you wanted.
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Being able to test-drive technology can make a world of difference. Good news: An ongoing promotion from manufacturer Hisense will let you test some of its best TVs for 100 days. If you don’t like it, you can return it. You’re guaranteed to get your money back.
You just have to register within 14 days of buying your TV
Once you have your shiny new TV, you must head to Hisense’s promotional website to register your device. This is the only way you can get a refund if you wind up not liking it. Do this within 14 days of your purchase.
Of course, you have to pay full price of the TV upfront. You also need to buy the TV from one of its approved sellers between Sept. 9 and Oct. 31. That includes Amazon, Walmart, PC Richard and Best Buy.
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Just remember: You have 100 days to test any of these TVs. Don’t forget to register within the first 14 days after your purchase. Hisense is hoping you’ll love your new TV, but in case you want to return it, follow these steps:
- Return to the same promotional website where you registered your device
- Send in your receipt
- Add pictures that show your TV is in good condition
- Wait for Hisense to send shipping materials for the TV
- Send it in
Just like that, you’ve tested out a new TV. If you want to save yourself some time and effort, our news director Ben always tests out the coolest gadgets on the market. He’ll let you know the good, the bad and the ugly, so you aren’t taken by surprise when you buy these devices.
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