Terms and Conditions for Gift Cards and Gift Certificates
Use. When your gift certificate is purchased, the available balance of that gift certificate will be the activated value of that gift certificate. This available balance will be reduced by each purchase until your gift certificate balance reaches zero. Your gift certificate will automatically terminate when it has a zero balance. You may add funds to your gift certificate before it is deactivated by purchasing them and providing your gift certificate to a staff member. After your gift certificate is terminated, transactions on your gift certificate will be declined. If your purchase amount exceeds the available balance of your gift certificate, you must combine the use of your gift certificate with another form of payment accepted by Avalon Lounge and Game Café, Inc.
Use Limitations. To the extent permitted by applicable law, your gift certificate is non-refundable and may not be redeemed for cash. Avalon Lounge and Game Café, Inc. reserves the right to cancel a gift certificate if it believes that the gift certificate was obtained through fraudulent or unauthorized means.
Lost, Stolen or Damaged Certificates. Avalon Lounge and Game Café, Inc. cannot guarantee replacement of certificates that are Lost, Stolen, or Damaged. Please safeguard your gift certificate’s number. Your gift certificate cannot be replaced, nor can any remaining balance on your gift certificate be transferred to a new gift certificate.
Balance inquiries. You should keep track of the available balance on your gift certificate. You may inquire about the amount of the available balance of your gift certificate by presenting it to Avalon Lounge and Game Café, Inc. staff.
Expiration Date and Fees. Your gift certificate will expire seven years from the issuance date. Your gift certificate has no activation, dormancy, or other fees associated with it.
Governing Law. All terms and conditions are governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, notwithstanding any conflict of law rules.