Valorant skins are expensive, but Riot Games is confident enough in the designs to accept refunds if you don’t like what you purchased.
Some Valorant skins are relatively affordable, but the good ones can cost an arm and a leg. Riot charges for in-game sound elements, variants, VFX, kill banners, and more. Weapon skins don’t necessarily improve gameplay, but players often find that some aspects of a skin feels off. It could be the sound element, weight, and just distracting animations. These are the things that can’t be weighed from a short trailer.
Fortunately, there’s always an option to refund a skin in Valorant, but a few conditions apply. First of all, only items purchased within the last 14 days are eligible for a refund. Secondly, your skin should be untouched and unused. Meaning no upgrades and variants should be unlocked. Lastly, the item should not be in Riot’s list of non-refundable cosmetics, which is as follows.
You can only get a refund on unused, base-level weapon skins purchased within the last 14 days. Upgraded or used weapon skins and weapon skin levels cannot be refunded. Here’s how.
This is how skins are refunded in Valorant. You can request a refund for unused VP by submitting a ticket. Cash refunds are available for 14 days after a transaction as long as the VP wasn’t spent.