Check Your Altar’d State Gift Card Balance and Redeem It Effortlessly
Altar’d State is a fast-growing fashion brand that supports sustainability. Its products are not super affordable, so having a gift card is useful. If you have a used gift card, you’d probably want to know the remaining balance before continuing your shopping spree.
We can show you how to check your Altar’d State gift card balance quickly. Sign up for DoNotPay, and we’ll redeem your gift card for cash swiftly!
Altar’d State offers two gift card types:
- Classic gift cards
- E-gift cards
The brand doesn’t offer promotional or free gift cards.
Here is some useful information about these gift cards:
- Altar’d State and A’Beautiful Soul (sister brand) gift cards are the same
- A gift card’s amount can range from $10 to $500
- There are no purchase or usage fees
- The value of the card never expires or goes down
You can use an Altar’d State gift card:
- In every Altar’d State and A’Beautiful Soul store
- On the Altar’d State and A’Beautiful Soul official websites
Take a look at the following table to learn how to check the remaining balance on your Altar’d State gift card:
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- Load the card—If the remaining funds aren’t enough for a new purchase, you can add more to continue shopping
- Sell your used card—You can find numerous eMarketplaces where people resell their used gift cards. If there’s a sensible amount left, you can set up an auction to sell the card to the highest bidder and maybe even earn extra cash
- Exchange it for cash or a different gift card—Browse gift card exchange groups or websites to find someone to trade your Altar’d State card with
- Convert your gift card to cash—Regardless of the brand’s cash back policy, DoNotPay can help you retrieve leftover money from the Altar’d State gift card
Altar’d State doesn’t specify whether the customers can redeem their gift cards for cash—retail companies rarely do. You should contact customer support at (800) 284-7348 to inquire about the company’s cash back policy. Even if Altar’d State’s policy is against it, companies are required by law to give you back the remaining funds in the following U.S. states and territories:
- New Jersey
- Puerto Rico
- Rhode Island
Are you left without options because you don’t live in one of the states that require companies to provide cash back to gift-card holders for the remaining balance? Not if you choose DoNotPay!
Using our Gift Card Cash Back product is more than simple. Here’s all you need to do:
- Log in to your DoNotPay account
- Find the Gift Card Cash Back tool
- Enter your gift card information, including the card number, company name, and remaining balance
First, we’ll check whether the company has a cash back policy. If it doesn’t, we’ll dig deeper! If your state of residence doesn’t regulate cash back matters, our next step will be to check if the company has a branch in one of the states that do.
After that, we’ll send a request to the company, requiring it to reimburse you for the leftover money on your gift card. You can expect your cash or check to arrive in the following 14 business days!
Not sure what to do with other used gift cards that have a couple of extra dollars on them? DoNotPay can help you check the balance and get cash back from many companies:
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