Paper Gift Vouchers can be exchanged for goods in our UK Hamleys stores and online, with the exception of Hamleys departments based within House of Fraser Stores. Paper Gift Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash, no change will be given for part use and it must be redeemed by the expiry date which is printed on the reverse of the voucher. Our paper gift vouchers will have at least a 12 month redemption period. When redeeming the paper gift voucher online you will be required to use the code underneath the scratch panel. The scratch panel can be found on the front of the paper gift voucher. Once the scratch panel has been removed the paper gift voucher cannot be redeemed in-store. Hamleys is under no liability should vouchers be lost, stolen or destroyed.


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Stuck for ideas for that perfect present? Our Joules Gift Cards mean you can’t get it wrong! With gift vouchers you can treat your loved one and let them spend their gift on whatever they choose - it makes perfect sense really! Our gift cards are available in a range of unique designs that are sure to stand out, plus they're straight forward to use, both in store and online.
That's nice. A gift card makes a much nicer present than cold hard cash, doesn't it? Er, no, not really. You may not like giving cash as a Christmas present, but it's a much better way to give than purchasing a gift card. Cash is less risky, more flexible and guarantees the person you're giving to will be able to spend the amount you're giving – even if their favourite store goes under.
House of Fraser have informed us that they will not accept our Love2shop Gift Cards and Vouchers. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. However, there are many other places where you can spend our Love2shop Gift Cards and Vouchers including Debenhams, TK Maxx, and TJ Hughes. To view a full up-to-date list of retailers please click the where to spend link above.
If you're buying pricey baby equipment which you plan to sell after you've used it, forumites recommend hanging on to the boxes if you've got space. Selling items in their original boxes may help to fetch a better price, though only sell when you're sure you won't need the items again. See the eBay Selling Tricks guide for tips to help you get the best price.
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Gift cards are mainly popular for their monetary value, however even after they are completely used they are still precious to collectors. As with other collectables, gift card's value is determined by variety of factors such as rarity or condition. Rare cards often become much more expensive than their face value. Some online collector clubs include catalogs of gift cards that contains detailed information of each card.[21] In addition to the information, these catalogs also contain an image of gift cards. Most popular among collectors are Starbucks gift cards. Collector clubs also include forums that help collectors engage in discussions and arrange trades between each other.
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.

Bought a gift card or voucher worth £100 or more on a credit card? Try Section 75. If you paid for even a small part of the gift card on a credit card – and it was worth more than £100 in total – then Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 may cover you. It states that your card company must refund all purchases worth between £100 and £30,000 in total if you don't get the service or the item you paid for.
That's nice. A gift card makes a much nicer present than cold hard cash, doesn't it? Er, no, not really. You may not like giving cash as a Christmas present, but it's a much better way to give than purchasing a gift card. Cash is less risky, more flexible and guarantees the person you're giving to will be able to spend the amount you're giving – even if their favourite store goes under.
Babies might be little angels most of the time, but they sure do know how to clear out your wallet. I was in disbelief each time I packed up a diaper bag for a day trip or a suitcase for travel how much babies really do need. Don’t worry you will eventually find the perfect method to grab all your things, pack up and head out the door. The thing that really gets me is how much it costs to buy all these new “things” that your baby apparently needs. It’s all tiny, so it should be cheaper right? Wrong! Here’s the positive twist though, there are actually so many options for free baby stuff out there for moms and you should not be afraid to take advantage of them. We have pulled together some of the best freebies for moms out there all right here.
Gift vouchers (sometimes known as gift tokens) are printed paper gifts available in pre-determined values that can be spent in specific stores. They can be single brand gift vouchers or multi-retailer gift vouchers. Multi-retailer gift vouchers have the additional benefit of being redeemable in more than one store or brand. Gift vouchers and multi-retailer Gift vouchers can be used as full or part payment of items at the checkout of participating stores and are often used as an alternative to cash.

Parenting charity National Childbirth Trust (NCT) has a number of General resources for supporting dads, such as its free online booklet Dad’s View: Early days with your baby, which is written by dads for dads. The NCT website also has a range of useful info on all aspects of becoming a parent, from fathers and breastfeeding to birthing partner tips.
Here’s a new baby freebie courtesy of Netmums and Aldi. Sign-up today to claim a pack of Aldi Mamia New-Born Nappies and also a free pack of Aldi Mamia Sensitive Baby Wipes. The freebie consists of two nappies in size 1 and a single pack of 24 baby wipes. You are able to request the sample if you have a baby or are currently in stages 1-3 of pregnancy.

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".
Another issue regarding gift cards are the growing concerns from retailers and other businesses about what can be done to prevent gift cards from being exploited by fraudsters. Gift card information can either be stolen from their rightful owners by fraudsters or they can be purchased with stolen credit card information. In recent years, cybercriminals have increased their efforts to take advantage of fraudulent gift cards as they are simple to exploit with automated brute-force bot attacks.[15] The most common form of gift card fraud is committed through the act of stealing card information for activated cards with an existing balance by attacking a retailer's systems which store gift card data. Once a gift card has been compromised, the fraudster will then check the balance through online customer portals before using the funds or reselling on the secondary gift card market.[16]
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With strict budgeting and spending cuts, we manage to pay our bills each month and we are left with approx £50 per week for a food shop/household items and 'disposable' income. It isnt easy, but manageable. We have no savings because savings were put towards the debt (which reached 30k at one point). Our families dont know the extent of the debt, they just know we arent very flush.
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.
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