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Apple Store Gift Cards are issued and managed by Apple Distribution International and can be applied only to purchases in the United Kingdom from an Apple Retail Store, the Apple Online Store or by calling 0800 048 0408. Gift cards may not be redeemed at the iTunes Store, at Apple resellers, for cash (except as required by law) or for shipments outside the United Kingdom. Gift cards will remain active even if added to the Wallet app on your iOS device. Neither the issuer nor Apple is responsible for any lost or stolen gift cards or use without your permission. Keep them safe; they’re valuable and can be redeemed by whoever finds them. Gift cards are also not for resale. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Gift card terms and conditions are subject to change without notice and some items may not be available for purchase. Please visit apple.com/go/agc for current terms, conditions and limitations. Use of a gift card is governed by English law. To check the available balance on a gift card, call 0800 048 0408 or visit apple.com/go/gcb/uk.
E-Vouchers can no longer be purchased online. Previously purchased E-Vouchers can be redeemed online. E-Vouchers can only be exchanged for goods on our online store, www.hamleys.com. E-Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash, however a balance will be retained for part use. E-Vouchers must be redeemed within 3 years of the purchase date. When redeeming the E-Voucher online you will be required to use the code included in the E-Voucher email. You can check the balance of an E-Voucher code in the ‘My Account’ section at any time. You will need to be registered to use this service. Hamleys is under no liability should vouchers be lost, stolen or destroyed.
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In the past we've even seen other firms coming forward to accept gift cards when the retailer that's gone into administration won't honour them. When HMV entered administration in January 2013, for example, customers were given the option to exchange them for equivalent vouchers at Tesco, Asda or Boots instead. The Association of Business Recovery Professionals says gift cards may sometimes be accepted elsewhere to "preserve goodwill".


Our vouchers are a great way to save money. You simply buy them on your credit or debit card and then download instantly. Voucher numbers are always limited and available on a strictly first come, first served basis. Please be aware that some of our offers get snapped up very quickly, so we always recommend being as quick as you can to avoid disappointment!
However, this isn't guaranteed to work as there's no set rule on whether the law covers gift cards. Also, Section 75 only applies to single items worth over £100, so you aren't covered if you bought multiple gift cards for smaller amounts, regardless of the total cost. See our Section 75 guide for more info (and be aware you may need the gift giver to claim for you as they're the one who paid).

The first giftcard using a payments infrastructure was introduced by Neiman Marcus in late 1994,[6] though Blockbuster Entertainment was the first company to do so at a wide scale,[7] test-marketing them in 1995 and launching them around the country the next year. In the beginning, the Blockbuster giftcard replaced gift certificates that were being counterfeited with recently introduced color copiers and color printers. Blockbuster's first giftcard transactions were processed by what was then Nabanco of Sunrise, Florida. Nabanco was the developer of the first third-party platform for the processing of giftcards using existing payment infrastructure.

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You can feed in almost anything in your wardrobe... apart from dresses with no buttons or zips on the front. It's not just about nursing tops and dresses. Go through your closet and hunt out anything that gives your baby easy access: tops and dresses with buttons, zips or wrap fronts. Keep an eye out for dungarees or off-the-shoulder 'Bardot' necklines. You can even feed through the armholes of some tops if they're large enough.

It has been argued that holiday giving destroys value due to mismatching gifts.[9] The most efficient way to keep value in gifting would be to give cash; however, this is socially acceptable only within limits. Gift cards, to a degree, may overcome this problem but have certain pitfalls. Some feel that the absence of the thought of selecting a specific gift makes a gift card a worse choice than a poorly executed but individual gift.[10] New products in the gift card industry are evolving to tackle this "impersonal" pitfall of gift cards. New services launched by some service providers allows for customization and personalization of gift cards.[11]
The Facebook page every breastfeeding mum needs. This group is an absolute game-changer. From wedding guest outfits to cosy pyjamas, the Can I Breastfeed In It? Facebook group is a wonderfully supportive community of women on a quest for high street buys that look great but are also easy to feed in. The best bit is members post photos of themselves in outfits, so you can see what the clothes look like on other mums. Also worth a look are its site and Instagram pages for more tips.
Also try local Facebook Selling groups, where instead of eBaying second-hand goods, people harness the social network's power to sell to others in the local community. To get started, search for your area or postcode on Facebook, alongside keywords such as 'selling', 'sale' or 'buy', or sell items by location via Facebook Marketplace on the Facebook app. 
Love2shop Vouchers are the UK's leading multi-retailer gift voucher. They can be redeemed in over 20,000 stores, restaurants and attractions, with over 150 top brands to choose from such as Argos, Boots, Debenhams, Halfords, HMV, Iceland, Matalan, Mothercare, New Look, PizzaExpress, River Island and TK Maxx. New brands added in 2018 include Topshop, Topman, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Evans, Outfit and Wallis.
I’ve included the formula companies because they do offer pregnancy and baby freebies, but just be warned they will have subtle formula and follow on milk messages, which you don’t need – even if you bottle feed with Infant formula, it’s better to stick with the first formula rather than switch to follow on milk. They aren’t allowed to advertise their infant milk before 6 months, so getting you on board whilst pregnant is a way of getting round the advertising ban. Onto the offers – Cow & Gate offer a free pregnancy diary and cuddly cow when you join up to their baby club. Similarly, SMA infant formula have a pregnancy club which offers surprises, information and competitions. Aptamil has offers, expert advice and discounts.
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