Thank you for purchasing a Blue Planet Photography gift card (hereafter referred to as Gift Card). Giving the gift of photography is a lasting experience your friend, family, or loved one will appreciate for a very long time. The following provisions govern the offering and use of Gift Cards by Blue Planet Photography, LLC. I am committed to providing a quality instruction and workshop experience and use the best archival materials for my prints, handmade books, and other products. I hope you take some time to read through these terms and conditions carefully. If you have any questions or concerns about our policy, please contact me.
(1) Redemption and Balance
Gift Cards may only be used for purchases at Blue Planet Photography, LLC.
Gift Cards are redeemable to pay full or partial amounts or deposits for classes, workshops, merchandise, or services at Blue Planet Photography.
Gift Cards cannot be redeemed or exchanged for cash, in part or in full, except as allowed or required by some states.
Gift Card balances will be used against the total order and not against specific items of such order. Every purchase made with a Gift Card is deducted from the Gift Card balance and any unused Gift Card balance will remain on the Gift Card account to be used against future orders.
Gift Card funds do not expire. However, if any purchase exceeds the Gift Card amount, the balance must be paid with a credit card, debit card, PayPal, or any other payment method accepted by Blue Planet Photography, LLC. Blue Planet Photography, at its discretion, may charge a monthly fee on unused balances after 18 months.
The balance of a Gift Card can be reviewed by the purchaser or holder of the Gift Card by creating or logging into their customer account.
The maximum balance an individual Blue Planet Photography Gift Card can hold is $2,500.00. For balances greater than $2,500.00, multiple Gift Cards can be purchased.
A Gift Card expires automatically once its balance has been exhausted. Gift Cards cannot be reloaded with funds or funds added to an existing Gift Card.
Gift Card balance, terms, and other information are available by creating and logging into your Blue Planet Photography customer account.
Blue Planet Photography, LLC reserves the right to correct the Gift Card balance if we believe a clerical, billing, or accounting error has occurred.
Blue Planet Photography, LLC reserves the right to deactivate, cancel, or suspend, any Gift Card if we suspect fraud, unlawful activity, or improper Gift Card use.
Gift Cards cannot be sold and cannot be used to purchase gift cards. Unauthorized use, such as marketing, advertising, promotion, sweepstakes, raffles, auctions, or other commercial purposes, is not permitted without expressed permission from Blue Planet Photography, LLC.
Gift Cards are non-refundable, non-returnable.
The Gift Card is not a credit, debit, or charge card. No implied warranties attach to it.
(2) Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Gift Cards, or Unauthorized Use
You are solely responsible for the safe keeping and security of your Gift Card and Redemption Code, as well as keeping your Blue Planet Photography customer account password safe, and for any activity conducted under your account.
Please treat your Gift Card and its redemption code like cash; it cannot be replaced if lost, stolen, or used without authorization.
If your Gift Card or Redemption Code is lost, stolen, damaged, or used by an unauthorized person, Blue Planet Photography, LLC is unable to replace or reimburse the remaining balance on a card and cannot be held responsible for any balance lost on a Blue Planet Photography Gift Card as a result of theft, fraud, or unauthorized use of the Gift Card by another party.
Gift Cards are non-refundable and non-returnable.
(3) Gift Card Terms Agreement
Your purchase and use of Blue Planet Photography gift cards constitute acceptance of these terms and conditions.
Terms and Conditions of Gift Cards may be updated, modified, or amended at any time without notice at the discretion of Blue Planet Photography, LLC, and shall be binding on the consumer.
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