Belk gift cards do not expire.
Yes, physical Belk gift cards are reloadable. Simply bring your physical card to a Belk location and ask a cashier to reload your card with your preferred value.
eGift cards are not reloadable at this time.
Contact Belk customer service at 1-866-235-5443. You’ll want to have your receipt from your purchase of the card handy when you call. Belk will do their best to help you recoup the loss of your card, but they make no promises of reimbursement on their website.
You can use your digital or physical Belk gift card online or at your preferred Belk store location. Check out Belk’s online shopping website or use Belk’s store locator tool to find a store near you.
There are no added or hidden fees when you purchase, use, or redeem a Belk gift card.
To find your nearest Belk location, use Belk’s online store locator tool. The tool allows you to refine your radius of search, so you can find the best Belk for you, even if there are many locations in your area.
In terms of the bang for your buck, there is no difference between a physical card and an e-gift card. If you prefer the classic plastic card that we usually call a gift card, opt for a physical card. If you want a gift card sent directly to the email inbox of you or a loved one as soon as you purchase it, try a digital gift card. Either way, you’ll be able to redeem the value of your card online or in person at a Belk store.
To check the balance of your physical or digital Belk gift card, visit our Belk balance check page.
Absolutely! Coupons go great with Belk gift cards, and Belk even offers coupons redeemable online or in-store right on their website so you can always get the best deal possible. Though coupons cannot be used to purchase a Belk gift card directly from Belk’s website or stores, Gift Card Granny offers amazing discounts on Belk gift cards so you can get more bang for your buck at Belk!
You can use up to 10 gift cards per online order.
Belk began as a small bargain store in Charlotte, North Carolina way back in 1888, opened by entrepreneur William Henry Belk and his brother Dr. John Belk. Growing from a single store to a massive chain of stores, the store shed the original name ‘The New York Racket’ in favor of ‘Belk.’ Over the next 127 years, the company was passed down through the Belk family for three generations until 2015, when the corporation welcomed its first female CEO and branched out from its strict familial line of lineage. Today, Belk remembers its roots and remains a trendy, affordable shop for ‘modern Southern style.’