Short Answer: Walmart gift cards are non-returnable. This includes Walmart store gift cards and third-party gift cards. However, you may be able to get a refund on third-party gift cards from the individual business. For more information on the Walmart gift card return policy, see below.
Can You Return Gift Cards to Walmart?
Walmart does not allow returns on gift cards or e-gift cards, a corporate customer service representative said. This applies to its own store-brand gift cards and third-party gift cards. We contacted Walmart stores in California, Idaho, Maine, Michigan, and West Virginia to confirm this information. The Walmart gift card return policy is also outlined on its website.
There are, however, a few states that require merchants to offer the remaining balance on a gift card in cash if the balance is low. Walmart locations in the following states and territories will issue a partial cash refund for the remaining balance as each state’s law dictates:
- New Jersey
- Rhode Island
- Puerto Rico
While gift cards are not returnable at Walmart, a Walmart corporate customer service representative said you may be able to get a refund on a third-party gift card by contacting the individual business. Refunds are issued at the discretion of the third-party retailer.
For more information on returning gift cards at various retailers, see our article.
Walmart gift cards and e-gift cards cannot be returned to Walmart. However, if you purchased a third-party gift card from Walmart, you may be able to get a refund from the individual business.
If you frequently use Walmart gift cards, you may be interested in our article on getting cash back from a Walmart gift card.