Looking for a great gift for the business owner on your list? Why not give them a GallantMEDIA gift certificate and give them the gift of possibility. With a GallantMEDIA created website or other promotional material you could be helping them connect their business to the world.


ONLINE CREDIT CARD PAYMENT

Buy online by clicking the payment button below. You can choose any amount you'd like and you will receive a payment receipt via email. Once payment has been received we will mail a physical gift certificate to the address you've provided. The recipient just needs to present the certificate when contacting us for services. For cash or cheque purchases please contact us at (613) 629-2179 or (888) 646-2179 or email info@gallantmedia.ca


Gift Certificates - Terms and Conditions

  • Gift certificates may be used towards purchase of any service provided by GallantMEDIA.
  • Gift certificates cannot be used or redeemed without the issued certificate, cannot be redeemed for cash, cannot be replaced if they are lost or stolen, cannot be used or redeemed towards previous purchases, cannot be used or redeemed to purchase other gift certificates, cannot be resold, and are not refundable.
  • Taxes are not included in certificate purchase and will be charged to the end user.
  • Any purchase less than the value of a gift certificate causes the unused balance to be placed in the account of the gift certificate recipient for use in a future transaction.
  • Gift certificates that have not been used or redeemed for 12 months after their date of purchase or issuance will thereafter be expired.
  • We reserve the right to change the gift certificate terms and conditions from time to time at our sole discretion, however we will honour any gift certificate purchased. Please check back here regularly.

Featuring

  • Industry competitive web and graphic design rates.
  • Big city design at small town pricing.
  • Fast, professional service focusing on customer relations.
  • Fast, knowledgeable, friendly service without all the technical jargon.

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