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Topic # 150116 11-Jul-2014 15:12
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Selling an Air New Zealand Holidays Gift Card that has a value of $275.
It expires on the 29/11/14.
We don't have a store anywhere near us so can't easily spend it.

Wanting $250 ono.
Will courier for free.  (non signature courier bag)

Quote from Air NZ website:

Air New Zealand Holidays Gift Card Conditions   Air New Zealand Holidays gift cards can only be redeemed in an Air New Zealand Holidays Store. They cannot be redeemed online, though the Contact Centre or an Air New Zealand broker.  Air New Zealand Holidays gift cards cannot be redeemed for cash, returned for a refund or exchanged. Unused balances are not refundable or transferable. Air New Zealand is not responsible for lost or stolen gift cards. Risk of loss or theft and title for gift cards passes to the purchaser on transfer. Card value expires 12 months after purchase. The minimum charge value is $50 and the maximum charge value is $1000. 

[Mod Edit |BH| Moved to correct forum. You missed it by one in the list ;-) ]


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  Reply # 1090140 16-Jul-2014 16:45
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  Reply # 1093225 21-Jul-2014 19:28
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OK pay $250 for this gift card I'll also chuck in $60 worth (3x$20) of MTA Gift cards.
The MTA gift cards expire 26/8/14 so need to be quick!

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