Take the wait, and the plastic, out of the gift-card equation by sending a Patagonia E-Gift Card. It's the fastest way to give the gift of Patagonia, and you don't have to worry about size or color.
Like its physical counterpart, E-Gift Cards are available in any denomination from $10 to $1000, and can be redeemed online at Patagonia.com, over the phone at 1-800-638-6464 or at Patagonia Retail Stores and Outlets.
E-Gift Cards are sent via email within 24 hours of purchase. For security reasons, each E-Gift Card recipient will receive two emails; the first containing the E-Gift Card number and your gift message, the second containing the card's PIN. E-Gift Card recipients will need both the card # and PIN to redeem their card. No special offers may be applied to the purchase of an E-Gift Card.
Please note: the E-Gift Card email must be printed (and the PIN noted) in order to redeem it at a Patagonia Retail Store or Outlet.
Gift Cards are redeemable solely for purchases in the U.S. at Patagonia, Inc. or Great Pacific Iron Works stores, Patagonia.com, or Patagonia Mail Order. Lost, stolen or damaged Gift Cards will not be canceled and replaced without the required proof of purchase. Contact your local Patagonia store or 1-800-638-6464 for details.
Gift Cards are not redeemable for cash. If the value of your Gift Card is greater than the amount of your total purchase, you will be able to use the remaining Gift Card balance for future purchases, subject to these terms and conditions.
If the value of your Gift Card is less than the amount of your total Patagonia.com or Patagonia Mail Order purchase, you must use a credit card in order to complete your purchase. If the value of your Gift Card is less than the amount of your total Patagonia retail store purchase, you must provide an additional payment method accepted in that retail store in order to complete your purchase.
Purchase of this Gift Card means you accept these terms and conditions. Any term of this Gift Card purchase agreement deemed unenforceable shall be severable and the remaining terms enforced.
California law shall govern the Gift Card program, without regard to principles of conflicts of law and as if this Gift Card purchase agreement were a contract wholly entered into and wholly performed within the State of California.