TK Maxx


Product Description

T.K. Maxx, launched in 1994, introduced the off-price concept to the U.K. Today, T.K. Maxx is the 7th largest fashion retailer in the U.K. and the only major off-price retailer in Europe. Operating stores in the U.K. and Ireland, T.K. Maxx opened its first stores in Germany in 2007 and entered Poland in 2009. T.K. Maxx ended 2009 with 263 stores, which average approximately 32,000 square feet in size. T.K. Maxx offers great value on brand-name family apparel, including women’s footwear, lingerie and accessories, home fashions and other merchandise such as luggage and toys.

Redemption Instructions TK Maxx cards can be used in TK Maxx stores in the UK, Republic of Ireland and in the Isle of Man.

Terms And Conditions
PROTECT THIS GIFT CARD (“CARD”) AND TREAT IT LIKE CASH Lost, stolen or damaged cards will not be replaced. Redeem this card for merchandise at any TK Maxx or Homesense store in the UK or online at – it will not be accepted in any store outside of the UK. This card cannot be returned or exchanged for cash. Purchases will be deducted until the balance reaches zero, any remaining balance can be used for future purchases. No more than five cards can be used in one transaction. You can add money to the card at any time at any TK Maxx or Homesense store in the UK. Anything you buy with the card and return in accordance with our Returns Policy will be refunded to a gift card. You can check the balance of your card at any TK Maxx or Homesense store in the UK or online. Your card will not expire. Full terms and conditions apply and can be found at and together with our Returns Policy.
The holder of the card is responsible for its security and lost or stolen cards will not be replaced.
If you are purchasing the gift card online, please pay particular attention to the delivery address you enter as we cannot be responsible if the address is incorrect and the card is used by someone other than your intended recipient.
The card can be used against purchases in the original currency only, so a card purchased in sterling cannot make purchases in euro, dollars or zlotti and vice versa.