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1. Gift Voucher Terms

The use of gift vouchers falls under the following terms and conditions:

Gift Certificates ordered through our website will be delivered by electronic means within 24 hours to the email address you specify at the time of order. Our Gift Certificates include unique numbers and configurable patterns.

We cannot be held responsible if the address is entered incorrectly and someone other than the intended recipient uses the Gift Certificate
Our Gift Certificates must be redeemed on our website or by phone to our office team, as full or part payment of our products. A Gift Certificate cannot be used to purchase a further Gift Certificate.

We cannot be held responsible if the address is entered incorrectly and someone other than the intended recipient uses the Gift Certificate.

Offers and promotions do not apply when purchasing gift vouchers.

  • All Gift Certificates are dated and expire 12 months from the date of issue.
  • Vouchers can only be redeemed for the full face value, balances cannot be transferred or held on account.
  • Gift Certificates cannot be exchanged for cash.
  • Gift Certificates may only be redeemed against products purchased in the same currency as the Gift Certificate.
  • Where Products purchased online with a Gift Certificate are returned, monies owing will be refunded by a Gift Certificate.
  • We are not responsible if a Gift Certificate is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission and no replacement will be provided in these circumstances.
  • Questions, comments and requests regarding Gift Voucher Terms and Conditions are welcomed, please contact us should you have any queries.

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