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American Express Gift Card

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by Gaston on Nov 13, 2010

American Express Gift Card


wish the American Express page was a bit more user friendly.

American Express Gift Card

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by Ashiya on Aug 1, 2011

American Express Gift Card


I give this a 1 star. Doesnt let you register online and doesnt work on ebay. :(
I bought a Visa Gift card a while ago, it got registered online in a few minutes and was ready to work. There were no problems. Now im going to have to use this giftcard on useless items outside, when what i need is on ebay. there goes another 25 bucks. -.-
Im very dissapointed with this card.

US Airways Gift Card

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by Sean on Dec 20, 2011

US Airways Gift Card


Who doesn't like the gift of travel? US Air gift cards are great for the frequent adventure seeker on the East Coast, very convenient airline with a lot of choices. The GC never expires and I never have trouble redeeming them

U.S. Bank Visa Gift Card

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by Luciano G on Oct 14, 2012

U.S. Bank Visa Gift Card

Disappointed


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.

Sonic Drive-in Gift Card

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by Vivian on Jan 11, 2012

Sonic Drive-in Gift Card


Tried to use a $10 gift card at the Sonic Drive-in in Murrieta, CA for a $14.70 purchase. I tried to pay with the $10 gift card and a $5 bill. The clerk said she could not take two forms of payment for the transaction otherwise her draw would show as short. She told me my option was to pay with cash for the entire purchase, but I decided in order to use the gift card, I would remove some items from my order so that the entire purchase did not exceed $10. I still have just under $1 on the gift card. The clerk said she could not give the remaining balance in cash; it must go back on the gift card. The clerk said it was a company policy that came from corporate. I could not believe what she was telling me, and will investigate further! If I find that this is indeed a corporate policy, I will forward a complaint to state and federal agencies. I figure that if 100,000 individuals across the U.S. have a remaining balance of, let's say, 75 cents on their gift cards, that's $75,000 that Sonic is stealing from customers. The practice is illegal!