Groupon Stores return policies are broken into either a "Free Returns" policy or a "Final Sale" policy and applied on a per-product basis. The option you choose will be reflected in the fine print of your product pages. To find out how to provide Return Shipping Labels, please refer to this article on how to upload them to customer tickets.
Ultimately, the Fine Print on your product's deal page is the final word on both returns and other fulfillment responsibilities. There are no custom return policies, and no partial refunds. Your fulfillment obligations follow what is listed in the Fine Print.
Free Returns Policies
"Free Returns" policies allow for a free return up to 14 days, 30 days, and 60 days from the date of delivery. This means that whatever the reason, a customer may return the item for a refund within this period. The merchant will need to provide a return shipping label with tracking to facilitate this return, free of charge to the customer, if they require the item be returned.
Final Sale Policies
A final sale/no returns option is available too. The merchant is not required to accept returns or offer refunds unless the item is defective or if the order is not correctly fulfilled. In these instances, the merchant will need to provide a return shipping label with tracking to facilitate this return, free of charge to the customer, if they require the item be returned in order to process a refund.
All returns will be a full refund. At this time, Groupon Stores does not offer partial refunds.
If a customer requests a refund, they will open a ticket with you to initiate the process. It will be up to your discretion to determine eligibility for return. Once you approve a return, you can provide the customer with a return-shipping label in the ticket. Click here to see how to give a customer a return label. Once you receive the returned item, please make sure to give the customer their refund. Click here to see how to issue a customer refund.