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    Westfield charge a fee for their gift cards depending on what sort you buy from them

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Westfield charge a fee for their gift cards depending on what sort you buy from them
    Maybe that's because you can use it at multiple shops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Maybe that's because you can use it at multiple shops?
    Not all shops at westfields take theirs cards as they don't pay the shops ontime. I work at a big department store and we even stopped taking them for quite a few years it was only recently that we started accepting them again. The cards range from $3 extra to $6 extra. Coles group cards are good they can be used at a tonne of places and their free to buy well you have to put credit on them.


 

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