by Angel on Oct 30, 2012
Cant use at Walmart
i was sent a giftcard as a gift . i went to my local wamart store that sells tickets but could not redeem -- but walmart is a ticketmaster. after the store would not accept it i called ticketmaster and they said this is true- that walmart did not accept them. i had to do a order on the internet.
by Luciano G on Oct 14, 2012
Card was paid for by giver but there is a penalty non-use. Did not use the card at all and have lost 16.00 of value.
by Natalie on Mar 1, 2012
The website crashes. I call the customer service number. A woman answers who is unintelligible (and I teach internationals all day long). She says to try it again. I try it again. Nothing. I call again because I try to use Membership Reward points. Guest what? My points are taken but no cards! Membership Reward customer service is great, but they can't credit my points back. They transfer me to gift card service again. SAME horrible woman. She puts on her supervisor "Matthew," whose English is better but who does not have a brain. He argues with me that Membership Rewards must give back the points, but I tell him the problem is with the Gift Card division, not rewards. Round and round we go. I lost the points, no cards, and I won't do business with that division ever again. Stay away -- AX clearly has no interest in making this a business that works!
by Charlespaugh on Nov 28, 2010
There appears to be little trust by Taco Bell management of employees to sell company gift cards.
When I purchased my $10 card today as part of a holiday sales promotion, a manager had to come to the register, approve the sale, go to a safe, unlock the safe, remove a zero value card, apply a $10 balance to the card on a SEPARATE register, then the card was given to the salesperson to hand to me.
I was a bit put-off by the lack of trust shown to employees and the considerable delay it took the manager to provide me with a $10 gift card.
by Alisdair on Dec 19, 2012
Not Eligable in the UK
You can't buy them if you're from the UK. Which is pathetic for a multinational brand.