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Generally speaking, you should expect gift cards that you have bought to be honoured. You should also expect to be given a receipt whenever you buy a gift card. Some gift cards may, however, come with an expiry date. If you have bought a promotional card, a loyalty card, or a card sold for a specific service (such as a manicure or snowboarding class), it will most likely come with an expiry date.

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