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Bed Bath & Beyond has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is set to close down its business. The company is selling its remaining assets and is currently winding down its entire operation. However, its remaining 360 Bed Bath & Beyond and 120 buybuy BABY stores will remain open until the stock is sold out. The company has also issued a timetable for its going-out-of-business sales, product return dates, and what will happen to its gift registries.
The company is encouraging customers to come and shop for their favorite products while merchandise selection is still available. The final store sales began on Wednesday, April 26th, and all store closing sales will be final. The customers can return or exchange items purchased before Wednesday until May 24th. However, any items purchased on or after Wednesday will be final.
If customers are registered with Bed Bath & Beyond or buybuy BABY, the company said it expects to partner with an alternative platform where registry information will be transferred, and more details will follow in the coming days. While registry items cannot be purchased through their platform anymore, customers can still view their registry at this time.
Bed Bath & Beyond has also issued a statement for customers who are using their coupons and rewards points. Customers can redeem their Bed Bath & Beyond "Welcome Rewards" until May 15th. However, the company will no longer be awarding points for purchases, and stores will stop accepting coupons from Wednesday onwards. Customers can use gift cards until May 8th and redeem merchandise credits until May 15th. Welcome Rewards+ store credit cards can continue to be used "at this time," according to the company.
Bed Bath & Beyond has also reassured its customers that their registry data is safe and that they will honor wages and benefits to their employees as the company completes the bankruptcy process. Stakeholders who have questions about the process can email BBBYInfo@ra.kroll.com or call at (833) 570-5355 or (646) 440-4806 if calling from outside the U.S. or Canada.
In conclusion, the company's recent announcement about filing for bankruptcy has come as a shock to its loyal customers. The company's FAQ page explains how it plans to wind down its entire business and what it means for its customers. Despite the challenging times, the company has put forward a transparent approach towards its customers, and its stores will continue to serve until the stock is sold out.