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How to Return a Valorant Skin & Get Refund?

Want to return in-game content and get a refund in Valorant?

Valorant’s in-game stores allow players to buy amazing in-game content like Skins. If you had by mistake purchase something and want to return it then keep reading. I am going to share with you step-by-step methods on how to refund a Valorant Skin and get your money back. Remember there are some restrictions. Valorant does return your money but only if you set in the filter. That is why it is important to note down the Valorant Refund Requirements acknowledged in this article.

How to Get a Refund for Valorant Skin?

Valorant Refund Guide

You can claim a refund for Valorant skin only if it’s unused and purchased not more than 14 days ago. Any content which is older than two weeks and used in the game is not eligible for refunds. With this there is an additional requirement, some content does fall under a completely Valorant Non-Refundable Policy. Where users cannot claim a refund, neither they can refund the item. We will first start with the refund process and then I will share with you the detail of Valorant Non-Refundable Items.

  1. Click here to visit Valorant Refund page.
  2. Scroll down till you see the login button.
  3. Log in with your Valorant User ID and Password.
  4. Scroll Down to see your Purchase History.
  5. If your purchased Skin falls under the refund policy you see the Refund Button.

Valorant Non-Refundable Policy: When you cannot claim refunds for Valorant Skins or other items?

You cannot ask for a refund for Character Contract Levels, Premium Battle Pass, Premium Battle Pass Levels, Weapon Skin Levels, Radianite Points, and Bundles. The only items you can return and ask for a Refund are VP and Weapon Skins. Also if you had used the skin once or upgrade your weapon skin above that you cannot claim a refund for the same. So make sure you know exactly the requirements before claiming refunds from Valorant.

Refund Valorant Skin

You will see a Refund button next to the item if it’s eligible for returns or else it will remain in your inventory. So buy wisely and better not share your Valorant account with anyone. Even it’s an accident purchase you can claim refunds for items that are not more than 14 days old. Also if the skin is used then falls out of the refund requirements. I am going share the list of all refundable items and non-refundable items below. Keep the list with you for future reference.

Valorant Refundable Items List

  1. In-game premium currency (like RP or VALORANT Points) (“Game Currency”)
  2. Champions
  3. Skins
  4. Ward skins
  5. Individual Chromas
  6. Emotes
  7. Rune pages*
  8. Summoner name changes (if your previous name is not taken)*
  9. Summoner icons*
  10. Chroma packs*
  11. Recalls
  12. Baubles
  13. Arena skins
  14. Little Legends
  15. Cards
  16. Card styles

Valorant Non-Refundable Items List

  1. Gifts (whether sent or received)
  2. Boosts
  3. Account transfers
  4. Chests
  5. Bundles
  6. Promotional items
  7. Esports summoner icons
  8. Hextech inventory (like keys, chests, and shards)
  9. Poro Coin content
  10. Event passes (including the Premium Battle Pass and Premium Battle Pass levels)
  11. Earned content
  12. Character contract levels
  13. Weapon skin levels
  14. In-game regular currency (like Radianite Points or Star Shards)
  15. Little Legends Eggs
  16. Booms!

To know more about the refund policy visit the link. This is an official Valorant Refund policy that covers everything. If you cannot see the refund button that does mean you cannot get your money back. In some cases, you can generate a support ticket with Valorant and ask for help.