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A gift voucher cannot have an expiry date less than 5 years from the date it was purchased. You must provide a record of the expiry date to your customers in writing for example on paper or by email. If there is no expiry date then it should be stated.
The law requires that most gift cards or vouchers be sold with a mandatory minimum expiry period of three years. The period begins from the date a gift card is sold to a consumer. Businesses can choose to apply an expiry period longer than three years and no maximum expiry period applies.
Expiration and Fees Gift cards can only expire five years after the date the card was purchased or the date money was last loaded onto the card. You should not be charged a fee to replace your card if it expires before the underlying funds expire (less than five years).
The law requires that most gift cards or vouchers be sold with a mandatory minimum expiry period of three years. The period begins from the date a gift card is sold to a consumer. Businesses can choose to apply an expiry period longer than three years and no maximum expiry period applies.
Under the laws of California, Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon and Rhode Island, gift certificates never expire. Most of the rest of the states prohibit expiration for periods that vary between two and seven years.
At present, expiry dates for gift vouchers can often range from as little as six months up to 24 months. In the retail sector expiry dates for vouchers issued by large retailers are typically two years from either the date of purchase or of last use.
When gift vouchers expire. Gift vouchers and cards do expire eventually. But, the amount of time you have to use the gift card or voucher can vary a lot - from specific dates and seasonal months to 3 months up to 12 months, for example.
So companies that issue gift cards find ways to make them expire. When a gift card loses value to a "service charge", the company isn't actually performing a service for you. when a card loses value to a "maintenance fee", there isn't any actual maintenance being done on it.
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