Simply visit our Buy Gift Cards section to search our available stock and current pricing. We only ship physical cards via USPS First Class mail with confirmation. We only ship to the United States via your confirmed address. Electronic cards can be delivered via your account. We only accept payment via our merchant processor.
We only accept payment via our merchant processor so you will need a valid credit card account with a verified shipping address. Gift cards will only be shipped to the United States.
The type of card you will receive could be either a gift card or merchandise credit. Generally, merchants treat gift cards and merchandise credits the same for payment purposes.
For physical gift cards, we ship all packages on the next business day via USPS First Class mail with confirmation. Each package has a tracking number and you will be able to monitor the status of the package. Generally packages are received from 3 to 7 business days after shipping. If you order electronic cards, after a one time verification process, we’ll deliver them immediately via your account.
Shipping is free with your order over $75. Orders under $75 will be charged $1.50 for shipping. If you would like expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
We offer a 14 day money back guarantee on all physical gift card purchases. We ship the cards with USPS First Class mail with confirmation number. The warranty expires 14 days after the package has been confirmed delivered to your shipping address. Sorry, there is no warranty on electronic gift card purchases. Please note, we cannot warranty the cards beyond 14 days, so please purchase your cards judiciously and spend them within the 14 day warranty period.
In general, gift cards purchased after August 22, 2010, cannot expire within five years of purchase. That means a merchant that issues a gift card cannot refuse to accept a gift card “for personal, family, or household use” if you present the card within five years from the time it was purchased or value was added to a gift card. But a merchant can refuse to accept a gift card that was issued more than five years ago, if the terms and conditions were clearly and conspicuously disclosed and one of those terms and conditions was an expiration date of at least five years from the date of issuance.