Give the gift of ice cream!
Have a friend, family member or co-worker who deserves a treat? You can give them a gift card to The Parlour. Please note: while we are doing pickup-only service, we are only selling eGift cards. Physical cards will return when we are able to reopen to the public.
We sell eGift Cards via our payment processor Square (the link will open a new tab with our order page on Square’s website). eGift Cards are delivered via email—either immediately or at a later date of your choosing—with a personal message. The recipient gets a code they can show us at the register. They can also choose to link the eGift Card balance to their email address and then have our cashier look them up by email. If you’re looking for ways to support us while we are in limited-service mode during the coronavirus pandemic, please consider buying an eGift card to use in store when we are able to fully reopen!
Note: physical gift cards will be unavailable until we reopen for dine-in service!
In the shop, we sell magnetic-stripe gift cards that you can load up in any amount. Stop by to pick up one, or a few. We’ll include a sleeve where you can write in the To, From, and Amount details.
We don’t send physical cards in the mail, so if you’re out of town and want to treat someone, see the next section!
the fine print
Both the physical and eGift Cards can only be redeemed in person at our shop. This means they cannot be used for Special Orders (i.e., ice cream cakes or gallon tubs), because we currently only accept special order payments on our site. We may look into changing that in the future. But for now if you had a gift card that you hoped to redeem for a special order, we apologize for any inconvenience!
Also: we sold thousands of gift cards through a different processor before we started using in 2019. Any of those older gift cards that still had a balance is still valid in our shop. If you have an older card (one with a lot of fine print and a 19-digit number on the back starting with 60501000), the website printed on it will not give you the correct balance. If you’re not sure if it’s still loaded, go to our new balance check page and enter just the last 8 digits. If the card still had a balance when we transferred to the new processor, that page will tell you what’s remaining.