P.F. Chang's Holiday Gift Cards Give $20 Back for $100

 
This year’s holiday gift card design features P.F. Chang’s terracotta horse, and the bonus card features P.F. Chang’s new Vietnamese Chocolate Lava Cake.
This year’s holiday gift card design features P.F. Chang’s terracotta horse, and the bonus card features P.F. Chang’s new Vietnamese Chocolate Lava Cake. P.F. Chang’s

This year, P.F. Chang's holiday gift cards gift the giver with a generous perk: a $20 bonus card for every $100 spent on P.F. Chang’s gift cards. Guests can take advantage of this offer when they order gift cards online or in restaurants now through December 31.

“So many of our guests give P.F. Chang’s gift cards to friends and family because they love P.F. Chang’s too,” says Dwayne Chambers, P.F. Chang’s chief marketing officer. “Our $20 holiday bonus card is our way of thanking them, giving them one more reason to come back and enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner after the busy holidays.”

This year’s holiday gift card design features P.F. Chang’s terracotta horse, and the bonus card features P.F. Chang’s new Vietnamese Chocolate Lava Cake, which launched this fall, along with hand-rolled Shrimp Tempura Sushi and Surf and Turf, featuring wild-caught lobster tail and filet mignon.

The $20 bonus cards are valid for the purchase of food or non-alcoholic beverages between January 1 and March 31 at participating P.F. Chang’s restaurants located in the United States (Hawaii and airport locations are excluded). This card is not valid at Pei Wei, may not be used for gratuities or combined with any other offer or discount, including P.F. Chang’s for Two and Happy Hour. This is a one-time use card that must be presented at the time of redemption and cannot be redeemed for cash, or for the purchase of gift cards, and no change or credit will be given upon redemption if purchase is less than $20. Void if reproduced, sold, purchased, brokered or bartered. Limit of one card redemption per check. Offer valid for purchases of $1,000 or less.

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