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PostSubject: Did you know? Bunnings are good with plant retuns.    Did you know? Bunnings are good with plant retuns.  EmptyThu Oct 31, 2013 2:54 am

I went to Bunnings a few days ago and was talking to one of the staff and they told me that they have a one year return policy on all plants. If you keep your receipt you can bring back a cacti that is dead (or obviously dieing) even if it's been re-potted for a full refund.

I'm sure this isn't big news for everyone, but hopefully it helps someone. I know that it makes me feel a heck of a lot better. lol! 

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Nope never knew that, I assumed no returns on plants... Cheers.

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Handy to know. I don't go to any store that sell cacti/succulents without checking what's on offer so it may come in handy some time. Cheers.
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Didn't know that. We have no Bunnings here. But I might check it out in Lidl. They advertise a 100% satisfaction guarantee. I wonder if they mean plants aswell. bounce 
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PostSubject: Re: Did you know? Bunnings are good with plant retuns.    Did you know? Bunnings are good with plant retuns.  EmptySat Nov 02, 2013 1:47 pm

That explains the recent price hike in Bunnings cacti Wink

In Vic, Bunnings get them mainly from Collectors Corner.  From memory it's now $5.99 for 7cm and $7.29 for the next size up.  Still cheaper than buying on-line.
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