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Jeweler Might Have to Refund a Ton of Christmas Sales — Depending on the Weather

The store made a big promise with its annual ‘snow promotion.’

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Clark’s Diamond Jewelers in Couer D’Alene, ID, might be on the hook for some serious refunds for merchandise it sold over the holidays.

The store has promised that if it snows 3 inches or more on Jan. 11, it will refund all purchases made between Nov. 22 and Dec. 31.

And now a winter storm is headed its way. KXLY-TV reports that the Inland Northwest is expected to get hit with up to 8 inches of snow on Friday.

The store hosts the snow promotion every year.

Of course, there are terms and conditions, as the business explains on its website:

Sales tax excluded from refund. Repairs and service not included. All purchases must be paid-in-full during promotional period. Promotion is subject to owner’s discretion and may be changed or ended at any time during the promotional period. Snow accumulations will be recorded from 3867 N Player Dr, Coeur d’ Alene, ID 83814, be determined by doppler radar and reported by Weather Command. All refunds are subject to approval and payment made by the Spectrum weather and specialty insurance company.

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Below is a video the store made about the promotion:

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