Expiry dates on vouchers are important because they encourage you to use (and not waste) them.

They also help Partners prevent a build-up of undeclared liabilities. Businesses change over time, and if the expiry dates were excessively long, some Partners' goods and/or services offered might change from what you expect to receive.


After a voucher has expired, a Partner does not have to accept it unless legally obliged to do so (in that case, it may be only for the amount that was originally paid for the voucher, and not its face value).