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Gift Certificates

If you are looking for something special for someone who loves hummingbirds a gift certificate may make the perfect gift.

You may choose to customize your gift certificate, or you can leave any of the details blank to fill in later. Note that any of the information below will appear on each certificate.

Redeeming a certificate is easy! You can redeem a certificate simply by ordering online and providing the gift certificate claim number during checkout. It is also possible to redeem a certificate while ordering by phone.

How to redeem your gift certificate:

  1. Visit http://www.hummingbirdmarket.com. Shop and find an item you wish to purchase.
  2. Select PayPal as your payment option. Log in to your account. You must have or register for a PayPal account to redeem this gift certificate. (To register, click Sign Up now .)
  3. When prompted, enter your gift certificate redemption code and follow the last steps to redeem your gift certificate.

Important Terms:

  1. Your linkage and charges appear as Hummingbird Nectar, LLC.
  2. Printed Merchant Gift Certificates are transferable if they do not include a recipient email address. For security and verification purposes, you may be required to verify your identity using a credit card.
  3. Multiple gift certificates can be redeemed on a single purchase if they are in the same currency. Unused balances may be applied to other purchases.
  4. Gift certificates do not expire and do not accrue maintenance fees.
  5. Neither the merchant nor PayPal are responsible for lost or stolen gift certificates.
  6. Your use of your gift certificate is subject to the following terms and conditions.
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