But it's really simple. When you buy a gift card at the store (whether it is a retailer, restaurant, Visa or Mastercard gift card), you take the gift card to the cash register and ask the cashier to load money onto the card. The cashier takes the card, activates it and loads the dollar amount requested onto the card.
Can you load a gift card with a credit card?
You can load a prepaid card with a credit card by using to pay for the transaction. To reload a prepaid card with a credit card, if you have no other payment options, you can get a cash advance on your credit card.
How do I refill my Vanilla gift card?
Two Easy Ways to Load Funds Bring your funds to a location near you to purchase a Vanilla Reload* found in the Reloadable Prepaid Card section of the display. Load your prepaid card or online account using the secure PIN on the back of the Vanilla Reload by calling 1-877-429-8140 or by visiting VanillaReload.com.
Can you reload a Target gift card?
Please note, the following gift card types are not reloadable: Target GiftCards. Specialty gift cards for music, gaming and restaurants, such as iTunes, Xbox and Olive Garden.
Where can I reload my prepaid card?
CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Circle K, Dollar General, HEB, and more!
What to do with gift card after used?
Sell or Trade on a Gift Card Exchange Site You can recoup some of the card's value if you sell or exchange it for a card you'll use. Opt for legit gift card exchange sites like CardCash and Raise—which also guarantee the value of your new card for at least 45 days after you buy them.