We’re sorry, but we no longer offer Chase Gift Cards.
The card is a prepaid card that carries an amount determined by the purchaser of the card at the time of purchase. The card can be used to purchase goods and services everywhere that Visa debit cards are accepted. Each time the card is used, the amount that is spent will automatically be deducted from the remaining balance.
The card can not be used for gambling purposes, at ATM machines or to get cash at bank branches.
It's necessary to register your card in the event your card is ever lost or stolen so that we can send you a replacement card. It helps identify you as the cardholder if there are any unauthorized transactions. In addition, your Card must be registered if you wish to use it for online or telephone purchases. Online and telephone purchases often require that the "billing address" for your purchase match the address on file for your card.
No, but since there is no PIN with the card, se1ect "credit" rather than the "debit" or "ATM" if you are prompted by a merchant's terminal.
No, additional funds cannot be added to the card.
There are no fees to use the Card.
Please see the Chase Gift Card Agreement for details.
The 3-digit security code is located on the back of your card next to the signature panel. Please see image for more details.
Your card can be used internationally at merchants that accept Visa ® debit cards. Please read the Chase Gift Card Agreement for a complete explanation of foreign currency transactions, the Foreign Currency Exchange Rate. Note that the phone number for customer service, 1-866-466-0079 will only work inside the U.S.
The Chase Gift Card Agreement is provided with each card at the time of purchase. This agreement can also be viewed online at www.chase.com/giftcard.
No. The current balance and purchase activity can be obtained free of charge at our website www.chase.com/giftcard or by calling us toll-free 1-866-466-0079.
Each merchant has its own return policies and will handle the returns in the same manner as any other Visa transaction. They may credit your card, provide a cash refund, or issue a store credit.
This may happen if the card's available balance is less than the transaction amount. You may inform the merchant of the remaining balance on the card and use another form of payment to pay the difference, subject to the policy of the merchant.
Some merchants - for example, restaurants, hotels, spas, beauty salons and cruise lines - a small amount is added to the transaction when you present your card because the final amount of the sale is not yet known. The additional amount could be added to cover tips or incidental expenses. In these cases we will temporarily reduce your available balance by the amount of the transaction plus the additional amount provided by the merchant. However, only the final transaction amount we receive from the merchant will be deducted from the actual card balance - usually within 3 business days. Also note, a transaction could be denied if the transaction plus additional amount exceeds the balance on the card.
Yes, the card can be used at the self-service pump.
Yes. It expires at the end of the month listed on the card.
You can redeem the remaining balance on the card by calling us at 1-866-466-0079 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
If you have registered your card, you can redeem the remaining balance on the card by calling us at 1-866-466-0079 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
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Immediately report any unauthorized transactions by calling us at 1-866-466-0079, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. As long as you report your loss promptly, you have previously registered your card and you assist us in researching your loss as described in our Chase Gift Card Agreement, you will not be responsible for any unauthorized transactions. Please see the Chase Gift Card Agreement for details.