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At the National Trust we look after much loved historic places and green spaces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, from historic houses, gardens, mills, and coastline, to farmland, moorland, islands, and archaeological remains.
We open them up and look after them, for ever, for everyone. Gift cards can be put towards the cost of membership, spent within our shops, restaurants and cafes, go towards special events at any of our places, and can also be redeemed against the telephone booking of one of our National Trust holiday cottages. And, because the profit made from the gift card goes straight into the care of the places we look after, you will be directly helping to look after these places for future generations to enjoy.
How to ClaimHow to Claim
1. Select the denomination you would like to purchase.
2. Follow the checkout instructions. Your discount will be applied automatically.
3. Check your email inbox for your e-gift. Be sure to check your junk folder if you cannot find it.
4. Follow the link on the email to access your e-gift.
Where can I spend a National Trust gift card?
Gift cards can be redeemed at most National Trust shops, restaurants and admission points for either general admission or towards membership. They can also be used for National Trust holiday cottage telephone bookings and when staying at the three Historic House Hotels - Hartwell House, Bodysgallen Hall and Middlethorpe Hall. They can also now be spent in the online shop.
Can I cancel my eGift once I have purchased it?
No cancellations will be available once the eGift has been purchased. If you are experiencing any errors with your eGift please contact our Help & Support centre.
How long will it last?
The eGift is valid 24 months from date of purchase.
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Terms & ConditionsTerms & Conditions
Due to COVID restrictions many of the National Trust Visitor Reception areas are closed and had to introduce a booking system to manage the number of people wanting to visit whilst keeping everyone safe. Their booking system is unable to process gift card payments at the moment so we’ve temporarily removed using a gift card for entry to properties below:
Giant’s Causeway, St Michael’s Mount, Porth y Swnt - Aberdaron shop, Tatton Park, Wakehurst Place, Buscot Park and Ascott where gift cards cannot be purchased or redeemed.
- Gift cards can be redeemed at most National Trust properties (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland), in our shops (including our online shop), cafes, and at admission points for entry or membership. They can also be used for National Trust holiday bookings by telephone and when staying at a Historic House Hotel.
2. Gift cards cannot be used for other telephone or online purchases.
3. Gift cards are not valid against the purchase of more gift cards. Our gift cards cannot be accepted at certain on-site outlets not operated by the National Trust.
4. If you do not spend the entire amount on the gift card the remaining balance will be updated after each purchase and shown on your printed receipt. The balance can be used against future purchases.
5. Gift cards can be used as part payment for a transaction with the balance being paid by another accepted method.
6. If any product purchased with a gift card is subsequently exchanged for a product of lower price or a refund, any money owing will be issued as a gift card.
7. Gift cards cannot be exchanged for cash.
8. The gift card is not a cheque guarantee, credit, debit or charge card. The National Trust cannot be held liable for lost or stolen cards – please protect them as you would cash.
9. Your gift card will either expire 24 months after the date of issue or 24 months from the last transaction (which ever comes later). A transaction is a sale or a top up. Any remaining balance is cancelled on expiry. We reserve the right to amend terms and conditions of our gift cards at any time and take appropriate action, including cancellation of a card, if necessary, in return for an appropriate refund.
10. Nothing in these terms affect your rights at law (for instance, under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). Please see the Citizens Advice website at citizensadvice.org.uk for more details.For terms and conditions, please visit the link below.