VTO Saddlery Gift Certificate
Not sure what to give that horse-lover in your life? Give them exactly
what they want - whatever they want from VTO Saddlery!
Select the amount you would like to give and enter the recipient's name and, if you choose, e-mail address and mailing address.
We will issue a gift coupon in the amount you purchase, which can be used by the recipient towards any purchase of equal or greater value at the VTO Saddlery website.
If you enter the recipient's e-mail address, we will e-mail them a special
message announcing your gift, with instructions on how to redeem it. If you enter the recipient's mailing address, we will mail a paper certificate, along with instructions on how to redeem it.
If you do not enter either the e-mail or mailing address of the recipient, a paper copy of the certificate will be mailed to you so that you may give it yourself.
We can issue gift certificates in any amount over $25.00. If the amount you would like to give is not shown, please call (800) 506-5344 to place your order by phone.
It's fast, easy, and gets you off the hook when you're not quite sure what they want.
Important Notes about VTO Saddlery Gift Certificates:
- There is NO shipping charge on e-mailed gift certificates. When you place your order the shipping charge will appear and your card will be authorized, but we will deduct the shipping amount before processing the payment. If your order also includes other items, the shipping charge will be applied toward the other items and will be charged.
- Gift certificates are valid for one year after purchase date; unused, expired certificates will be reissued upon request at no charge.
- Gift certificates are redeemed by using at time of check out the unique coupon code we will issue to the recipient. The amount of the coupon will be deducted from the total amount after sales tax (if applicable). Because our website does not accept orders of zero or negative value, the order must exceed the amount of the coupon.
A toll-free number will be provided that recipients may call for partial redemption.