Can a company limit me to only one gift card per order? If I want to buy something for 100...
Can a company limit me to only one gift card per order? If I want to buy something for 100...dollars, can I use 3 gift cards?
I suppose that depends on the company, though I have never heard of a company putting a limit on the actual number of gift cards used in a single order. The only issue I can see is if it's an online order and their order form is only set up to enter a single gift card code, then you may have to contact customer service to see what can be done about that.
by DowntroddenInDC 7 years ago
I just won a Dallas Cowboys Gift Card - Where can I sell it online? I won a Texas Lottery second chance drawing, and have no use for anything Dallas related.
by Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago
Do you have a Radio Shack Gift Card? If you do you are SOL, they will not honor it! I want to hear.Someone gave me a gift card to Radio Shack for a $100. and I still have $50.00 and they will not honor it.I submitted a claim and that last year for the balance on my gift card and a photo copy of the...
by DRobinson63 8 years ago
What should you do if a restaurant closes and you have a gift card for that place? and there isn'tanother one close by what should you do?
by Tony 7 years ago
Maybe I am going a bit senile, but I am trying to add a Christmas gift card into an Amazon capsule - but when you go to select the card you want in Amazon it is all personalized and there does not appear to be a "single" page whose URL you can copy and add to your capsule!! Maybe I am...
by Ahmed Haider 4 years ago
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by Ana Maria Orantes 2 years ago
There are a few gifts . You can give to a man.You can gift certificate from many services.You can buy a gift card in a hair salon for a shampoo and a haircut , or you can give a gift card for a manicure and a pedicure. You can also give a gift card for a day at the spa salon.
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