Easier to simply do an exchange. It will take several days to have the wheel shipped out, repaired and returned to you. Most all the wheel vendors keep an inventory and just swap them out.
Keystone Automotive is the most common, any body shop can get you one. There's also Transwheel (same company now, I think) and Wheel Collision Center but they tend to be more expensive. Reconditioned wheels typically list for around $180. We use them all the time and other than the occasional color match issue on painted ones have no problems with them. Your only less expensive alternative may be to find a used one on Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market but you typically don't save that much if any and they will frequently not be perfect.