How To Get A Refund For Valorant Skins: EXPLORED (2023)
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Do you regret buying a skin in Valorant? Don’t worry. We’ll cover you. How to get a refund for Valorant skins.
Buying skins in Valorant can definitely help you enjoy the game more. These skins can help you create a more unique style and take your gaming experience to the next level. Different skins have different animations that allow players to experience the game in new ways.
However, skins can get very expensive. Some of the best Valorant knife skins can cost around $50, which may be more than most players are willing to pay. The hype surrounding each new release is unreal and can sometimes make you make some bad decisions.
Unfortunately, unlike CS:GO skins, you cannot resell items in your inventory in Valorant. Fortunately, you can request a refund. It doesn’t matter if you just don’t like the skin or if you regret an impulse purchase. How to get a refund for Valorant skins.
Refund your Valorant skins
Getting a refund for Valorant skins is nothing to be ashamed of. We’ve all bought something in the past that we ended up not liking. Whether it’s a Valorant skin, another in-game item, or a store-bought item. The refund system is there for a reason, and it’s designed to be used.
Also, you shouldn’t be afraid to get a refund for your Valorant skins since the process is very simple. It also doesn’t penalize your account unless you refund any skins you’ve purchased. So let’s get to that.
The steps to get a refund
If you are really sure that you want a refund for your recently purchased Valorant skin, you have to follow these steps:
Go to Valorant Player Support Refund Page. Click on the red “Login” button and enter your Valorant account details. Click the Get My Order History button to view your past purchases that are eligible for a refund. Each line shows the skin name, purchase date, VP amount, and refund button. Find the skin you want to refund and click the refund button next to it.
That’s it. A prompt should appear stating that you have successfully refunded your skin. The VP should now be back in your account and you can use it to purchase other in-game items.
Unfortunately, this method only works if you want to get your skin back in VP and not cash. So you stay with the VP until you decide to buy another skin or an in-game item. You can try to file a ticket and make your case.
However, there is no guarantee that it will work as the Valorant Refund Policy specifically states that you cannot receive cash for used Valorant Points. But it’s worth trying, especially if you really need your money back.
The Riot team is generally very accommodating, so just try your best to explain the situation and why you need your money back. If it was a scam or your account was hacked, they will definitely take care of your concerns.
Get your money back for unused VP
You can get a cash refund for unused Valorant Points. So if you ever top up the wrong amount of VP or top up accidentally, you can still get your money back. The process is a little longer and not as fast as the VP refund. But at least you get your money back.
Log into your Valorant account and go to Riot’s Ticket Submission Page. Select “Invoice, payment and refund in premium currency” as the request type. Fill in the subject as “Request for Cash Refund of Unused VP”. In the Description field, describe what happened. State the reason you want or need a cash refund. Select the “I have a problem with Riot Premium Currency (RP, VP, Coins, Wild Cores)” option. Select the “Request a Refund” option. Attach screenshots and other supporting media, then click the Submit button and wait for a response.
As said, this process is a bit longer than simply refunding a skin. However, Riot is quick to address concerns and likes to keep the communication flowing. Remember that only unused VP can be refunded in cash. Cash refunds are also only available for 14 days provided the VP has not been spent in any way, shape or form.
Which Valorant skins are refundable?
Most weapon skins that you find in your Valorant shop can be refunded. However, they must be unused, still at the basic level and purchased within the last 14 days. If they don’t meet at least one of these criteria, they won’t appear on the order history page and won’t be eligible for a refund.
These basic requirements mean that you cannot use a skin in-game, whether it’s on the practice track, in an unrated game, or in a competitive game. This also means you can’t upgrade it or unlock additional effects with Radianite.
Aside from not being used, being at the basic level and being purchased within the last 14 days, there are a few other limitations. Here’s the full list of skins and purchases that you can’t get a refund for:
Game content used such as weapon friends, maps, titles, etc. Premium Battle Pass skins and items Premium Battle Pass level purchases Radianite point purchases Weapon skin packs Weapon skin upgrades/ animation levels Agent contract level purchases
If you bought a single skin from the featured bundle in the Valorant shop, that skin is still eligible for a refund. As long as it still fits the other requirements. However, once you have purchased the entire package, the entire collection is non-refundable.
I honestly think most of Riot’s skin refund policies are fair. However, it is mainly geared towards accidental purchases. I hope they change their policy in the future and let people try the skin for at least a game or two. This can help players decide which skin they prefer to buy and ensures they really like how the skin looks in-game.
It’s that easy to get a refund for your Valorant skins. You shouldn’t have any trouble getting your valuable Valorant points back as long as the skin meets Riot’s refund requirements. If all else fails, contact Riot Support and submit a ticket.
Which skin do you regret buying in Valorant? Comment below.