Terms and Conditions
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The $25, $100, $200 Visa Gift Cards and Multi-Pack are not available to residents of Hawaii. The $25 Vanilla Visa Gift Card and Multi-Pack are not available to residents of Vermont.
* Gift Card Terms and Conditions:
TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY TO THE GIFT CARD. See Cardholder Agreement at VanillaGift.com for further details. The Gift Card may not be purchased for resale or resold. Cards may be used only at merchants in the fifty (50) United States and District of Columbia where Visa debit cards are accepted. Customer Service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at VanillaGift.com or 1-800-571-1376.
A one-time Purchase Charge in the amount of $3.95 for a $25 card or $4.95 for a $50 card is charged for each Gift Card at the time of purchase, except where prohibited by law: NO FEES WILL BE APPLIED TO THE GIFT CARD AFTER PURCHASE (including dormancy, service or other fees).
The funds on the Gift Card never expire. The Gift Card plastic is valid through the expiration date shown on the front of the Gift Card or until the value on the Gift Card reaches zero. In no case does the Gift Card plastic expire earlier than five years following the date of sale. Call 1-800-571-1376 or go to VanillaGift.com to obtain a free replacement Gift Card if any balance remains when the Gift Card plastic expires. The replacement Gift Card will have a value equal to the remaining balance of the expired Gift Card.
Copyright © 2017 InComm. All Rights Reserved. Vanilla Visa Gift Cards are issued by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Cards are distributed and serviced by InComm Financial Services, Inc., which is licensed as a Money Transmitter by the New York State Department of Financial Services. Terms and conditions apply – see Cardholder Agreement for details.
Sam's Club engages in the money transmission business and/or sale of stored value products as an authorized delegate of InComm Financial Services, Inc. under Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code.