Gift Vouchers - AVJ Jewellery Creations

By: Avj  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Gift Vouchers

If you want the perfect gift, but not sure what is the best, then a Gift Voucher may be the answer: Let them choose!

It's easy, decide on the value of your gift, and buy Gift Vouchers , and your special friend can have their choice of the pieces displayed on the website, or have something special made for them. They choose!

If you receive gift vouchers , here are some things you can do to make sure you get the most out of them:

  • Keep gift vouchers in a safe place. It's best to use them as soon as you get them.
  • Always check for expiry dates and other terms and conditions of use. These should all be printed on the voucher itself. And remember: gift vouchers can't be exchanged for cash, only for goods and services.

Gift vouchers can be redeemed on any products on, and are valid for 12 months from date of issue. Extensions may be applied for. Vouchers expressed in New Zealand Dollars, include GST. If expressed in another currency, GST value has been deducted. Gift vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash, or change given if the purchase is for less than the voucher value. Any left-over balance can be used on the recipient’s next order. If the items they would like are more than the gift voucher value, the recipient can pay the balance by credit card, cheque or bank transfer. Please note that gift vouchers will only be dispatched after payment has been received. If you would like the voucher to be delivered as soon as possible, it is best to purchase using a credit card.

Keywords: Gift Vouchers

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