ermontPowder
TERMS OF SALE

All vouchers printed from VermontPowder (hereinafter “Vouchers”) are promotional vouchers that may be purchased from participating merchants (“Merchants”) through VermontPowder to be used in exchange for goods and services at a discount from their actual cost. By placing an order for a Voucher from a Merchant through VermontPowder, you agree to the terms and conditions stated below.

Vouchers purchased through VermontPowder are redeemable for goods or services by the Merchant, who is solely responsible for redeeming any Voucher you purchase. VermontPowder sells a Voucher that can be redeemed in connection with your purchase of the goods or services from Merchant.

Terms and Conditions for Restaurant-Specific Vouchers

“Restaurant” is defined as a Merchant who offers food and beverage for sale in its regular business operations, and is making such food and beverages available to purchasers of Vouchers.

Redemption frequency is determined by Restaurants, and shall be contained in the Voucher offer on the Site.

Use of Restaurant-Specific Vouchers for alcoholic beverages is at the sole discretion of the Restaurant and is subject to compliance with applicable law.

Vouchers cannot be combined with any other restaurant vouchers, third party certificates, coupons, or promotions, unless otherwise specified by Restaurant.
Restaurant-Specific Vouchers cannot be used for taxes, tips or prior balances, unless permitted by the Restaurant.

VermontPowder vouchers are only valid for dine in.

The issuing of restaurant credit is at the sole discretion of the Restaurant unless otherwise required by applicable law.

Purchaser is solely responsible for lost or stolen Vouchers or restaurant Voucher reference numbers.

Vouchers are keyed to an individual and reproduction, sale or trade of a Restaurant-Specific Voucher is prohibited.

Any attempted redemption not consistent with these terms & conditions will render the Restaurant-Specific Voucher void.

If you redeem the Voucher for less than its face value, you will only be entitled to a credit or cash from the Restaurant, equal to the difference between the face value and the amount you redeemed, if required by applicable law. You will only be entitled to a continuing redemption value as noted above if the amount that you paid for the Voucher exceeds the amount you redeemed. For example, if you paid $20 for a Voucher which entitles you to purchase $50 of product by February 1, 2010 and you make a purchase for $40 on January 30, 2010, you will only be entitled to a credit or cash equal to the difference between the $50 face value and the amount you redeemed from the Merchant (i.e., $10) if required by applicable law. You will not have any redemption value either because the amount you redeemed is more than what you paid for the Voucher.

Terms and Conditions for Non-Restaurant Merchant Vouchers

Merchant Voucher may be applied only to merchandise sold by Merchant, and may not be applied to shipping or handling charges.

Limit one (1) Voucher per redemption. Only one Voucher can be used per order unless otherwise specified by Merchant.

The issuing of credit is at the sole discretion of the Merchant unless otherwise required by law.

Neither VermontPowder nor the Merchant is responsible for lost or stolen Vouchers or Voucher’s reference number.

Voucher cannot be combined with any other vouchers, third party certificates, coupons, or promotions, unless otherwise specified by Merchant.

Vouchers are keyed to individuals, and reproduction, sale or trade of this Voucher is prohibited.

Any attempted redemption not consistent with these terms and conditions will render the Voucher null and void.

If you redeem the Voucher for less than its face value, you will only be entitled to a credit or cash equal to the difference between the face value and the amount you redeemed from the Merchant if required by law. You will only be entitled to a continuing redemption value as noted above if the amount that you paid for the Voucher exceeds the amount you redeemed. For example, if you paid $20 for a Voucher which entitles you to purchase $50 of product by February 1, 2010 and you make a purchase for $40 on January 30, 2010, you will only be entitled to a credit or cash equal to the difference between the $50 face value and the amount you redeemed from the Merchant (i.e., $10) if required by applicable law. You will not have any redemption value either because the amount you redeemed is more than what you paid for the Voucher.

Additional Terms and Conditions for All VermontPowder Vouchers
All Vouchers shall be subject to the terms and conditions of VermontPowder and the participating Restaurant or Merchant. The Merchant or Restaurant are the sellers of the goods or services which you are purchasing.

The holder and issuer of a Restaurant-Specific Voucher is the Restaurant. The holder and issuer of a Merchant Voucher is the Merchant. As a holder and issuer of the Voucher, the Restaurant or Merchant shall be fully responsible for any and all injuries, illnesses, damages, claims, liabilities and costs suffered by or in respect of a customer, caused in whole or in part by the Restaurant or the Merchant, as well as for any unclaimed property liability arising from unredeemed Vouchers or portions thereof. You waive, and release VermontPowder and its officers, directors, employees and agents from, any claim, liabilities, damages, or injury arising from or related to any act or omission of Merchant or Restaurant in connection with a Voucher or the services/goods provided in connection therewith and/or as it relates to compliance with applicable unclaimed property and other laws relating to the redemption of the Vouchers or any portion thereof. Restaurant-Specific Vouchers and Merchant Vouchers are redeemable in their entirety and on a one time basis only and may not be redeemed incrementally.
According to applicable law, the Merchant may be responsible for allowing you to redeem your Voucher for the cash value based on the money you actually paid for your Voucher (i.e. if you paid $20 for a Voucher which gives you $50 of value to the Merchant, the cash value that you paid is $20, not $50), for a period of time that extends beyond the expiration date on the Voucher. While the expiration date on the Voucher dictates the last date that you can use your Voucher at Merchant for the promotional offer stated on the VermontPowder, applicable law may provide that the Merchant is responsible for honoring the cash value that you paid for your Voucher for a period of time beyond the expiration date stated on the Voucher. In other words, you should be allowed to redeem the cash value (or purchase price) of your Voucher up until the greater of: (1) the Voucher’s expiration date; or (2) the minimum length of time allowed by applicable law for a Voucher to expire. In the even that you have an expired Voucher and would like to redeem it for the price you paid to acquire it, please contact the Merchant. Once again, the Merchant should allow such redemption if applicable law requires it, and we have instructed the Merchant to do so. If you have gone to the Merchant and the Merchant has refused to redeem the cash value of your expired Voucher, and if applicable law entitles you to such redemption, then please contact VermontPowder [and explain your situation in writing] and VermontPowder will refund the purchase price of the Voucher in either U.S. Dollars or credit for purchases of future Vouchers from VermontPowder (presently known as “Gs”).