So, you bought too much during Prime Day. Or maybe you got a little carried away with your holiday shopping.

Lucky for you Amazon has a ton of options for where to return that extra stuff you thought was needed. From Kohl's to Staples to actual Amazon stores, there is myriad of locations to drop-off returns.

There is something you should know, however, before you load all of those boxes into the back of your car. Amazon won't take everything back even if it is unopened.

The retail giant has a sizable list of items it will absolutely not accept as returns no matter if it has been used or not. You could be stuck with your purchases if you're not aware of the return policy.

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Obviously, there is A LOT on Amazon's website. It should come as no surprise the list of what you can and cannot return is a bit hidden from shoppers.

Some of those items even have specific conditions that allow for returns, but only when contacting the manufacturer.

We combed through the list and found 15 items you need to know about when it comes to what Amazon refuses to take back.

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