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Halfords e-Gift Card

Looking for a gift for that special someone? Whether you're shopping for a seasoned cyclist, a motoring enthusiast or a little one who's just starting out, a Halfords eGift Card is the perfect way to celebrate those special occasions. Our eGift Cards are redeemable online, in Halfords retail stores and in Halfords Autocentres. A Halfords eGift Card is sure to bring a smile to their face and can be redeemed across a range of products including kids bikes, motoring & scooters.

Halfords e-Gift Card terms and conditions

Halfords Gift Cards and e-Gift Cards are redeemable against any goods or services online, in our stores and/or in our garages. Gift Cards cannot be redeemed against the purchase of another Gift Card. You may use a combination of up to three separate Halfords Gift Cards in one transaction online. You may redeem as many as you like in store. Halfords Gift Cards and e-Gift Cards are non-refundable. The balance of the Gift Card cannot be returned in cash in the event of theft, loss or damage. The unredeemed balance will remain on the card. No change, vouchers or refunds will be given on any remaining balance. Gifts Cards can be used as full or partial payment, but cannot be used in conjunction with finance. A Gift Card will expire 24 months after its last use without notice and any balance cannot be refunded. You should be aware that you will be adding funds to a Halfords pre-paid gift card and not a bank account or equivalent and that any pre-payments made to Halfords are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Gift Cards and e-Gift Cards are issued by Halfords Ltd. B98 0DE. Halfords reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions without notice.

Keep your money safe. If you’re ever asked to pay debt or bills with gift cards or to buy gift cards on someone else’s behalf, it could be a scam. Find out how to keep your money safe with tips and advice from Take Five at takefive-stopfraud.org.uk