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Blackwell Gift Card Terms and Conditions

  1. Valid activated cards can be used as full or part payment of goods at Blackwell shops across the UK and for purchases made online at blackwell.co.uk No change or refunds will be given where the sales transaction is for an amount less than the balance on the card, but the balance may be applied to future purchases.
  2. This card cannot be used to purchase gift vouchers/additional gift cards or National Book Tokens nor can the card and any card balance be exchanged for cash or used as a deposit on a credit agreement.
  3. The minimum amount required to activate or top-up a card is £1.
  4. If the card is not used for a period of 24 consecutive months the card will automatically expire and any remaining balance will be deducted.
  5. Blackwell cannot be held liable for lost, stolen or damaged cards or any credit amounts on such cards. Please treat this card as if it were cash. To protect your balance in the event of your card being lost, stolen or damaged please make sure you are logged in and then register by clicking on the "Account" link, then click on the "Manage rewards & gift" link from the left-hand menu, then click on "Gift Card Loss Protection" from the menu and follow the on-screen instructions.
  6. The card may be used for payment of goods of a higher price than the current card balance on payment of the difference. Overpayments, where goods are subsequently exchanged for goods of a lower price, will be added to the balance of the card.
  7. Blackwell reserves the right to add or amend these terms and conditions. Customers will be notified via instore displays and on its website at www.blackwell.co.uk/giftcards in the event of any change.
  8. For a full list of our terms and conditions, and how they apply for online card use, please visit www.blackwell.co.uk/giftcards for details.


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