Hobby Lobby gift cards are sold at participating retailers, including Gift Card Granny!
Hobby Lobby gift cards do not expire! As long as you live in a state where unused gift card funds are not considered unclaimed property, you’re fine. Otherwise, the state may claim the funds-- check your state’s government website for details.
We urge you to use your Hobby Lobby gift card promptly. This way, your gift card funds remain yours.
Please have your gift card ready when you check the balance. You can check your Hobby Lobby gift card from Gift Card Granny here.
You can also check the balance a Hobby Lobby store, online, or call 1-877-303-4938.
Please call 1-877-303-4938 and speak to a customer service representative.
Hobby Lobby offers physical gift cards valued at $10.00-$200.00. There is a $1.00 fee for mailing and shipping, because Hobby Lobby does not offer egift-cards. Gift cards are not eligible for free shipping.
Hobby Lobby is happy to assist with customer service issues, including gift cards. Please call Toll Free: 1-855-329-7060 (Monday–Friday, 8:00am–5:00pm Central Time).
You can redeem your Hobby Lobby gift card online or in a store.
To redeem online, select “gift card” as payment option. If the total cost of the purchase is more than the amount of the gift card, you will be expected to cover the difference with another form of payment.
In store, you or the cashier will swipe your gift card as payment. If the total cost of the purchase is more than the amount of the gift card, you will be expected to cover the difference with another form of payment.
Hobby Lobby gift cards can be used online and in store to pay for all or a portion of purchases. Hobby Lobby gift cards may not be used to purchase other gift cards.
Your Hobby Lobby gift card is good forever, unless you live in a state with unclaimed property laws that specifically refer to unused gift card balances. Refer to those laws for more information.
You are responsible for your gift card. Lost or stolen cards will not be replaced. Please care for your card as if it were cash.
Hobby Lobby began as a tiny $600 investment into a miniature picture frame start-up company in 1970. David and Barbara Green took out the loan to make the miniature picture frames out of their home. Two years later, they were able to make the jump into a small store in Oklahoma City and named it Hobby Lobby. Today, Hobby Lobby is primarily a store for arts and crafts, but they also include other hobbies, picture framing party and occasion supplies, cards, party necessities, wearable art, home decor and holiday merchandise. They have 37,500 employees and growing in 46 states. A Christian company, their values are based upon biblical principals. Hobby Lobby strives to establish service to families of both their employees and communities. All of their stores operate from 9:00am-8:00pm and are closed on Sundays.
Hobby Lobby also owns Mardel Christian and Education Supply and Hemispheres. If you are purchasing on behalf of a school, church or national charitable organization, Hobby Lobby will offer you a 10% discount. Contact your local Hobby Lobby and ask to speak to the store manager to arrange for this discount.