Thursday, July 1, 2010

Eagle Optics gift certificate

Q, from Lauren: I am writing with a question about your gift certificates. I am interested in purchasing a gift certificate for my husband but would like to have a question answered before I do so. If the amount of the gift certificate is under the price of the binoculars he would like to purchase can he pay for the difference or can you only pay with one type of currency at a time? The other question is if the gift certificate is over the amount of the binoculars he wishes to purchase what happens to the rest of the amount? Does it sit there for any further purchases he would like to make or does he, or I, get the rest of the amount? I presume the former but wanted to make sure that if it was something like $20 it wouldn't go to waste or something like that. Thank you for your time.

A: If the amount of the gift certificate is less than the purchase price of what you are buying, you can pay the difference with a credit card. If what he purchases is less than the gift certificate value, the balance remains available to you/him for future purchases. If the balance is less than $10, we can issue you a check for the remainder.
Right now customers do not have the ability to place online orders using gift certificates. To redeem your gift certificate, you would need to place your order over the phone.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to email or call.

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