Can I use a Visa gift card as a credit card?
The GiftCards.com Visa gift card is a “non-reloadable prepaid” card. Like a credit card, when you are ready to pay (or checkout online) use the Visa gift card like you would use any credit or debit card. Every time you make a purchase, that amount is automatically deducted from the card balance.
Can you use a credit card to buy a gift card at Walmart?
You can buy gift cards with a credit card at some retailers but not others. For example, you can buy gift cards with a credit card at Walmart, Target and Amazon.com but not at Giant or Harris Teeter.
Can you use a Visa gift card as a credit card online?
But since a Visa gift card is entered into the debit or credit card field, there’s no other place to enter your debit or credit card to complete the transaction. Without a little creativity, there is generally no way to use more than one Visa card to complete an online purchase.
How can I get cash for my gift card?
Here’s the fastest way to get cash for gift cards:
- Check the balance of your gift card.
- Take the gift card to a Gift Card Exchange kiosk.
- Enter the gift card information into the system.
- Review the cash back offer and decide if you want to accept it.
- Upon acceptance, print the voucher.
What is the difference between a prepaid card and a gift card?
Prepaid cards and gift cards are both pieces of plastic that can be used to make purchases. The biggest difference between the two reflects their permanence: prepaid cards can be reloaded and used indefinitely, while gift cards can generally only be used until the dollar amount on them is exhausted.