Gift Card Terms and Conditions
Great Lakes Gift Card Terms & Conditions
Effective December 21, 2016
By purchasing, loading or using your Great Lakes gift card you agree to these terms. These terms may be changed or amended by Great Lakes at any time without notice.
Treat this Card like Cash
Great Lakes is not responsible for lost or stolen gift cards. We issue this gift card to you, it allows you to load a dollar value that may be redeemed for merchandise at participating Great Lakes locations. The dollar value that you load onto your Great Lakes gift card is a prepayment for goods and services at participating locations. We offer the Great Lakes gift card to make it easier and more rewarding for you to shop with us or to make your gift giving easier. Unless otherwise required by law the dollar value on your card is non refundable and may not be redeemed for cash. You may not have more than $250 in value on your Great Lakes gift card at any time.
Purchasing a Gift Card
You can purchase a Great Lakes gift card at any participating Great Lakes location. You can also purchase a Great Lakes gift card on our website www.MyGLCC.com and have it mailed directly to you or the recipient of your choice.
Loading, Reloading and Redeeming your Gift Card
You may load, reload or use your Great Lakes gift card to purchase goods and services at any participating Great Lakes location.
Gift Card Balance
You may check the balance of your Great Lakes gift card at any participating Great Lakes location. When making a purchase you may request a receipt which will also show the remaining balance of your Great Lakes gift card.
Fees and Expiration of Gift Card Balances
We do not charge fees for activating or using your Great Lakes gift card. Your Great Lakes gift has no expiration date nor does the value on your Great Lakes gift card ever expire.
Disputes, Governing Law
Any disputes that are not resolved with regard to the Great Lakes gift card program shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan notwithstanding any conflict of law rules. The venue of any dispute shall be in any court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Michigan.