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'Baroda Gift Card' is easy to carry and convenient to use at merchant outlets to purchase items of choice. The Baroda Gift card is backed by VISA and is usable at any of its network of shops in India. The Gift card gives you flexibility of multiple use any time and any location of your preference. The card can be retained as a memento for its attractive look and design after its usage.

Key Benefits and Features

  • A perfect substitute for cash and provide opportunity to receipient of the Card to purchase products of their choice.

  • Card valid for One year from the date of purchase or the date printed on the card whichever is earlier.

  • Usable for purchases or payments all over India in INR

  • Easy and convenient to use at shops and malls

  • Enabled for e-commerce transactions

  • Secure online purchases through Verified-by-Visa authentication services

  • ATM Cash withdrawal is NOT permitted.

Note:

An unutilized available amount of minimum Rs.100/- (Rupees One hindered only) and above at the time of expiry of the Card shall be refunded / new Gift Card issued to the Cardholder who had purchased the Card after deducting the Bank’s charges, provided a claim for such refund is made with the Bank not later than 3 (three) months from the expiry of the Card.

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