Giant Foods gift cards are sold at participating retailers, at giantfood.com, and at a Giant Foods store near you.
Giant Foods gift cards no longer expire. If you have a Giant Foods gift card with an expiration date printed on it, that expiration date does not apply.
Find out how much money is on your Giant Foods gift card when you use any of the following options.
Giant Foods offers Cash for Cards fundraisers. With a minimum purchase of $500 at a discounted rate, your non-profit organization receives 5%. You sell them at their full value-- making your organization money with each purchase. Call customer service 1-888-4MY-GIANT (1-888-469-4426) with any questions.
Giant Foods gift cards are available for $10, $25, $50, or $100. Giant Foods only offers and accepts physical gift cards. You MUST have your gift card physically present at the time you wish to use it.
Present your plastic gift card to the cashier at the time of purchase. If your purchase is less than the gift card amount, the remainder will save for the next purchase. If the purchase is more than the gift card amount, you need to cover the rest with a debit or credit card, cash, or another acceptable form of payment.
Giant Foods gift cards are applicable at all Giant Foods locations, except pharmacies.
No. Giant Foods does not offer electronic gift cards, nor will they be accepted at any Giant Foods location.
You are responsible for your gift card. Please care for your card as if it were cash. Lost or stolen gift cards will not be replaced.
Giant Foods was Washington D.C.’s first supermarket, opened in 1936 by N. M. Cohen and Samuel Lehrman. They were part of the pioneer effort to include computer-assisted checkout scanning and are committed to diversity. You can read their Diversity Statement on their website. They have opened over 150 stores in Virginia, Maryland, and (of course) Washington, D.C. Their private labels include Giant Brand, Nature’s Promise, Taste of Inspirations, Care One, Always My Baby, Etos, Smart Living, Companion, and SmartLabel. Giant Foods accepts both private label and manufacturer coupons-- their coupon policy is on their website. In addition to private labels, Giant Foods also offers a pharmacy to meet your prescription needs.