LCBO & VINTAGES Gift Card Terms and Conditions

The LCBO Gift Card Terms and Conditions are part of and incorporated into the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy applicable on the www.lcbo.com website. Your purchase, use or acceptance of an LCBO gift card constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.

LCBO gift cards and Vintages gift cards (both of which are referred to as "Gift Cards") may be presented as payment towards the purchase of LCBO and Vintages merchandise at LCBO retail stores. Gift Cards have no redeemable value until purchased and activated and they cannot be redeemed or exchanged for cash or used to purchase other Gift Cards.  Gift Card orders cannot be cancelled and gift cards are non refundable. Cardholder must be 19 years of age in order to use the Gift Card. Use of Gift Cards is subject to these terms and conditions governing its use, which may be amended by the LCBO from time to time in its discretion. Lost or stolen Gift Cards will not be replaced. To check Gift Card balances use the ‘Balance Checker’ function available on www.lcbo.com. For activation issues, please return the gift card to the original place of purchase.

Gift Cards have no implied warranties and are not a credit or debit card. LCBO makes no warranties, either express or implied, with respect to Gift Cards, including, without limitation, any express or implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In the event that a Gift Card is non-functional, the sole remedy, and the LCBO’s sole liability, shall be the replacement of the Gift Card with a Gift Card of equal value to the remaining balance of the non-functional Gift Card. Purchases will be deducted from Gift Cards until the value reaches zero. Gift Cards are not reloadable. This card does not expire and no dormancy fees will be charged.

Resale of Gift Cards or use for unauthorized advertising, marketing, sweepstakes or other promotional purposes is strictly prohibited.

These LCBO & Vintages Gift Card Terms and Conditions were last updated on March 3, 2022.