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Gift Cards

Give the Gift of Home Improvement

Treat everyone on your shopping list to a Home Depot gift card and let them do more for less around their home. A gift card is a great choice for any renter or homeowner, allowing them to do everything from applying a new coat of paint to make essential home repairs.

A Gift Idea for Every Occasion

The Perfect Housewarming Gift

New homeowners are bound to incur decorating and home improvement expenses in their first weeks at their new home. Make it easier to take on those projects presenting them with a Home Depot gift card that will help them take on the responsibilities of home ownership.

A Great Gift for the Avid DIYer

Not sure which tools to get the avid craftsman? Instead of risking a duplicate item, buy gift cards and let them upgrade their collection for themselves. Gift cards from The Home Depot are a great way to honour their personal interests while giving them the freedom to get what they need.

Show Your Appreciation with Gift Cards

Find the perfect way to say "thank you" to anyone in your life by purchasing a Home Depot gift card for them. This gift makes a great choice for your landscaper, coworker, or family member. With this gift card in hand, they can purchase anything from new plants for the landscape to decorative shelving for the home.

Gift Card Options

The Home Depot offers their gift cards in-store or online. A plastic gift card is ideal for sliding into an envelope, note, or greeting card. For those long-distance presents, consider purchasing a Gift Card online and sending it directly to the recipient. These gift cards never expire, ensuring they will still be available to the recipient whenever they need them.

What are the Terms & Conditions of Gift Cards at The Home Depot?

Valid for purchase of merchandise/services at The Home Depot® stores in Canada and at HomeDepot.ca. Not redeemable for cash unless required by law. Cannot be used to make a payment on a credit account or applied to a loan balance, Tool Rental Deposit, or in-home purchase. Lost/stolen Gift Cards will not be replaced without valid proof of purchase. Replacement value is value of Gift Card at the time it is reported lost/stolen (Gift Cards purchased with cash will not be replaced unless required by law). The Home Depot’s Return Policy (available in-store or on homedepot.ca) applies to Gift Card purchases. Eligible refunds will be issued in store credit. Gift Card may be deactivated/rejected if fraud is suspected in issuer’s sole discretion. To check balance or reload Gift Card, visit a The Home Depot store or HomeDepot.ca/giftcards. Gift Card issued by Home Depot Incentives, Inc. Terms subject to change. ©2023 Home Depot International, Inc. All rights reserved.

Avoiding Gift Card Scams

Gift card scams are on the rise and are becoming a serious issue for major retailers and their customers. But, there are some things you can do to avoid falling victim. How do you avoid gift card scams? First off, remember is that no legitimate transaction will require you to pay specifically with gift cards. The Home Depot gift cards purchased in Canada can only be used at The Home Depot Canada stores or on homedepot.ca and cannot be used to purchase other prepaid or specialty gift cards. Government agencies such as the CRA, Service Canada, the RCMP, local police departments, the Treasury Board, or CSIS, will not accept any form of gift cards as payment, and would not ask you for gift card information, especially over the phone.

Secondly, other businesses do not accept payments in the form of The Home Depot gift cards. For example, you should never be asked to pay your utility bills, bail money, or debt collection with The Home Depot gift cards; it’s likely a scam.

Don’t purchase, sell or check your Home Depot gift card balance on online marketplaces outside of The Home Depot stores or homedepot.ca. Websites and emails can be faked— look for outdated company logos or a lack of privacy policy information.

Don’t click or respond to online ads or websites offering free gift cards. These are often scams. Don’t provide personal information over the phone for an unsolicited request and never give gift card numbers over the phone or in an email to a stranger.

If you think you’ve been the victim of a gift card scam, report it to the Fraud Reporting System (Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre) or call toll-free at or the Competition Bureau using the online complaint form.

Gift Cards FAQ

Gift Cards FAQ