To purchase a Gift Certificate, simply click on the Gift Certificate button below and follow the prompts. It’s fairly straightforward: pick an amount, enter the email address of the recipient (if any), and pay!
The recipient of your gift must have an email address to receive email notification, obviously, in which case only that recipient and no other can redeem it. Or you can omit the email address entirely and print out a form to give. Each gift certificate will have a unique redemption code usable once, so you can buy several to distribute with Holiday Greetings or as stocking-stuffers, as birthday presents . . . whatever!
I recommend that you read the Q&A below first, then you’re ready to give the gift of art!
Yes, as long as your recipient is eligible to have a PayPal account. Users must be 18 years of age or older to use PayPal.
has sent them Gift Certificates?
When a Gift Certificate purchaser sends a Gift Certificate to a valid email address that the recipient has access to, PayPal sends the recipient the Gift Certificate by email with redemption instructions.
Optionally, you may choose to print a Gift Certificate with no email address on it and hand deliver it or mail it to the recipient. Such Gift Certificates are transferable.
Once you select the print or prints you want to purchase, simply click the appropriate BUY NOW button.
Choose Select Code or Redeem Code to complete the redemption.
For security and verification purposes, purchasers must provide the email address of the intended Gift Certificate recipient. PayPal will notify the recipient by email. The recipient simply redeems the Gift Certificate at any time using their PayPal account.
It is highly recommended that Gift Certificate purchasers verify that the recipient has access to the email address the Gift Certificate will be sent to.
PayPal's security measures ensure that no one else can redeem a specific Gift Certificate except for the intended recipient. This is also an additional safeguard if the recipient accidentally deletes or loses the Gift Certificate email.
If a printed Gift Certificate received by the recipient contains an incorrect or misspelled email address, contact the purchaser and request it be canceled and reissued using the correct email address.
If there are any problems, Gift Certificates can also be canceled by the purchaser for 60 days from the purchase date. If a printed Gift Certificate is lost or stolen, PayPal recommends that the purchaser cancel it (or the recipient ask the purchaser to cancel and resend it) immediately to have it reissued.
who doesn't have an email address?
No. However, you can print a Gift Certificate and send it to the recipient. The recipient must have a PayPal account or sign up for a one to redeem a Merchant Gift Certificate. Do not enter a recipient email address if you are not sure which email address the recipient has associated with a PayPal account.
Note: Merchant Gift Certificates are transferable if the recipient's email address is not printed on the Gift Certificate.
be redeemed on another merchant's website?
No. Gift Certificates purchased here can be redeemed only for merchandise sold by ToddLockwood.com.
Gift Certificates that include an email address are non-transferable and cannot be resold. Gift certificates which are self-printed and do not specify an email address are transferable between individuals.
Gift Certificates delivered by email can only be redeemed by the owner of that email address.
Note: If part of a Gift Certificate is used, the remaining balance stays with the redemption code in the recipient's account, is non-transferable, and can only be used to apply toward purchases with the merchant.
Gift Certificates that include an email address are non-transferable and have no cash value. Unused balances on Gift Certificates are tracked by the redemption code for future redemptions.
For additional information, please visit the PayPal site.