Having Amazon packages delivered to your door is super convenient, but when you need to return something packing it up and going to the post office isn't.
Kohl's is about to change all that, mama.
This week, Kohl's announced that, "All Kohl's stores will be accepting free, convenient, unpackaged returns for Amazon customers starting in July."
In just a few months Amazon customers can return items to any of the 1,150 locations across 48 states, but the program is already happening in select locations in Los Angeles, Chicago and Milwaukee.
When you want to return something to Amazon (regardless of the reason), just roll up to Kohl's and the store will "package and send all returned items to Amazon returns centers on behalf of customers, making the return process even easier."
Kohl's is probably hoping you'll pick something up while you're in the store, and it looks like they're hoping to get cozier with Amazon, too. Last month the retailer announced plans to carry Amazon products in about 200 of its stores.