About Debenhams and Debenhams Gift Cards
Debenhams started from a single London store selling drapes in 1778, then called ‘Clark’s’. William Debenham joined as a partner in 1813. The store traded successfully and eventually renamed as Debenhams Limited in 1905. Debenhams expanded by opening new stores and acquiring other famous department store groups, including Browns of Chester. At one point Debenhams owned Harvey Nichol’s famous Knightsbridge store.
There are 178 Debenhams stores in the UK and Ireland, and several franchised Debenhams units overseas. While many department stores have recently fallen out of favour, Debenhams continues to succeed through its own mix of designer brands and exclusive designers available only through their stores. Click here to find your nearest Debenhams store.
Where can I check my Debenhams gift card balance?
You can check your Debenhams gift card balance online by using this Debenhams balance enquiry page. Click here for Debenhams Gift Card Balance
You can also check your giftcard balance at any Debenhams store in the UK, simply hand over the card at any till point and a staff member can obtain the balance for you.
Where can I spend my Debenhams gift card?
Does a Debenhams gift card expire?
If the card is not used for a purchase, top-up or balance enquiry for a period of 24 months, it will be cancelled and any value on that card will be lost. Don’t let that happen! You can extend the life of the gift card simply by making a balance check here.
Where can I buy a Debenhams gift card?
Debenhams gift cards are available at all Debenhams stores, supermarkets including Sainsbury’s.
You can purchase a Debenhams card to be sent to your home address via the Debenhams gift card website here.
There’s a separate website if you want to send a Debenhams gift card to someone else as a gift, which you can see here.
Debenhams have a gift card site for making personalised plastic gift cards – you can have your own photo or message printed on the gift card itself and sent as a gift – what a cool idea! This is particularly well suited to birthday and wedding gifts, and they don’t charge any more to personalise the cards (prices last checked July 2019). This is a really cool feature and we’re sure other retailers will be copying it before long. Have a look at their personalised gift card site here.