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$100 Gift Card

$100 Gift Card

$100 Gift Card.

Redeemable for online and face-to-face classes, workshops and private lessons facilitated by Shay Downer.

Gift cards are delivered to you via email only.

*Terms and conditions apply.

  • Gift Card Terms & Conditions

    This document contains the full set of ‘Terms of Use’ governing the use of Art Classes 2U Gift Cards.
    We recommend that you read this document carefully before purchasing or redeeming a Gift Card.
    Accepting the Gift Card and agreeing to these Terms of Use
    By purchasing, redeeming or attempting to redeem a Gift Card, you:
    Accept and agree to be bound by these Terms of Use.
    Gift Card Transactions

    How to buy Gift Cards Online:
    Simply select the gift card amount and enter YOUR email address. You can then print the gift card or forward the email to the recipient.
    Gift cards are only delivered via email only.

    Where you can use the Gift Card:
    Your Gift Card can be used to purchase online and face-to-face art classes facilitated by Shay Downer at Art Classes 2U.

    How to make a purchase with your Gift Card:
    You can not use this card in an online purchase. To redeem this card you must contact Shay Downer directly on 0417 383 910 or via email: - indicating which class you would like to purchase.
    If the card value does not cover the full amount of the purchase you will have to pay the balance. Please contact Shay for instructions on how to complete your purchase.
    Any remaining balance on the card can be used in whole or part against future purchases and is not redeemable for cash.
    Transaction authorisation:
    Transactions are authorised by you when:

    • You are confirming that the transaction correctly represents the purchase price of the goods or services obtained; and
    • You are agreeing to pay the amount of that transaction by the reduction of the Remaining Card Value.

    Purchases exceeding the Gift Card value:
    Your Gift Card may only be used to make purchases up to the Remaining Card Value. If you wish to make a purchase for an amount that exceeds the Remaining Card Value, you must pay the excess using another payment method.
    No cash advances:
    Cards or Vouchers cannot be used to obtain cash advances, refunded, on-sold, or redeemed or exchanged for cash.
    Gift Cards cannot be ‘topped-up’. If you would like more Gift Card dollars you will need to purchase a new card.
    Validity and expiry of Art Classes 2U Gift Cards:
    Gift Cards will be valid for use for 36 months from the date of issue.
    Any balance that remains on a Gift Card will not be available for use after the card’s expiry date and will not be refunded.
    Your Gift Card, your responsibility:
    You are responsible for the use and safety of your Gift Card. You are liable for all transactions on your Gift Card.
    Lost or stolen Gift Cards:
    Treat your Gift Card like cash. Lost or stolen cards will not be replaced or refunded.
    Changes to Terms of Use:
    We reserve the right to change any of the terms contained in these Terms of Use at any time where the change is required:

    • To add or remove participating art classes and/or where the Gift To add or remove goods or services which may be purchased with the Gift Card;
    • For infrastructural, systems, administrative or operational reasons or to prevent the occurrence of fraud or other unlawful or unacceptable conduct;
    • To comply with any contract, law, regulation or statute or order or judgment of any court, tribunal or other body having competent jurisdiction; or
    • Where we, acting reasonably, consider that it will not be to your detriment.

    To the extent permitted by law, Art Classes 2U will not be liable to you for any loss or damage (whether direct or consequential), nor be in default under these Terms & Conditions, for failure to observe or perform any of our obligations under these Terms & Conditions for any reason or cause which could not, with reasonable diligence, be controlled or prevented. These causes include acts of God, acts of nature, acts or omissions of government or their agencies, strikes or other industrial action, fire, flood, storm, riots, power shortages or failures, sudden and unexpected system failure or disruption by war or sabotage, and other acts or omissions of third parties.

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