Stuck on giving the woodturner in your life something special? Our gift cards are available up to any value over £5.00 and perfect for the hard-to-buy-for wood spinner. They can be used against any products at hampshiresheen.com including tuition hosted by Martin Saban-Smith or Les Thorne and valid for a full 12 months from purchase.
Each comes with a uniquely generated code that can be redeemed on our website or added to the recipient’s account for use as store credit. As many of our products cannot be shipped overseas, it may be advisable to ensure the recipient has a UK delivery address.
There are two ways to use this product. See your options below:
Send it virtually by email to your recipient on a date you choose.
Add a physical card to your purchase that we send to you for giving to the recipient in person or forwarding by post.
How to Send A Virtual Gift Voucher
Time needed: 2 minutes
Select the value of your gift
Choose either one of our fixed amounts, or add a value of your own.
Select the Delivery Date of Voucher
This will be the day when the voucher is sent to your recipient.
Add the lucky recipient’s name and email address
Add your name and a cheerful message in the next two boxes.
Hit the Add to Cart button to checkout
Complete checkout as you would as normal. Upon payment completion, you will receive an email with a confirmation and your recipient will receive their email on the day you selected for delivery.
Sample of Recipient Email
Here is a sample of the email your recipient will receive. Please note these vouchers are for emailing only.
Physical Gift Cards
Our awesome blank gift cards are the perfect addition to your Hampshire Sheen gift. Whether you’re buying one of our virtual gift cards or our woodturning courses, these cards will make your present even more special. If you are booking a course for someone on a specific date, click HERE to buy the card on it’s own.
These cards are 148x148mm in size and come in a cool red envelope. We’ll send them to you via Royal Mail First Class post (included in the cost), but don’t worry, it’ll be in a plain envelope so no one spoils the surprise!
How to Add a Physical Card to the Voucher
Select the value of your gift card.
Select today as the delivery date
Add the your own name and email address in the recipient boxes
Leave the ‘Your Info’ boxes blank if you wish to.
In the ‘Blank Gift Cards’ box, click the ‘Add for £2.50’ check box
Click ‘Add to Basket’ and checkout as usual
The cost of the gift card includes Royal Mail first class postage.
Before we send it, we will fill in the voucher details for you and the right side is blank for you to add your own greeting. It’s just like a regular card, but far better!
How To Redeem Gift Vouchers
To spend a gift voucher you may have received, there are two ways you can do it…
1: Add the Voucher Code When Checking Out an Order or Booking
After adding all you wish to your order, view the basket and add your code in the ‘Redeem Gift Voucher’ Box (arrowed) and click Apply Gift Voucher.
The voucher amount will be deducted from the balance. If there is a balance left, you can pay the difference after clicking Proceed to Checkout.
2: Add the Voucher as Store Credit
Under the ‘Gift Card’ tab in your dashboard, you can add the voucher code to your account by adding it to the box arrowed below.
You can then spend as much or as little as you want of that store credit until it runs out.
To apply ‘x’ amount of your store credit, in your order basket, you will see the available balance and a box to enter the amount you wish to spend.
Enter your value in the box and it will be deducted from the order total and the store credit balance reduced, also.
Stuck on giving the woodturner in your life something special? Our virtual gift cards are perfect for the hard-to-buy-for wood spinner. They can be used against any products at hampshiresheen.com including tuition hosted by Martin Saban-Smith or Les Thorne.
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