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Gift Certificates

Purchasing a Chamber Gift Certificate ensures that money is spent locally at hundreds of member businesses and helps build the area's economy. This is also an opportunity to give the recipient the ability to purchase exactly what they want or need.

How to Order

Use our new online store to place your order!

Call 715-845-6231 to place your order and arrange a pick up. Orders must be placed ahead of time and picked up by appointment at the Greater Wausau Chamber of Commerce office at 209 W Washington Street, Wausau, WI 54403.

We are happy to help you with your order payment and if you are paying via credit card, we will take that information when you call to place your order. We also accept cash or company checks at time of pick up. Sorry, we do not accept personal checks.

Gift certificates can be ordered in any amount from $10 to $50 per certificate. Please allow three business days to process large orders.

Payment is due prior to or at the time of pickup. Please choose one of the payment options below.

  • You may pay by check or cash at the time of pick up.
  • You may pay by credit card over the phone prior to pick up  (we accept American Express, Discover, Mastercard or VISA).  At this time, we are not processing credit cards at the time of pickup.
  • You may request an invoice and pay via credit card online prior to pick up.

How to Redeem

Each Chamber Gift Certificate will come with a blank “Pay To Order Of” line. This line is for the merchant name that redeems the gift certificate.

At the bottom left corner of the gift certificate is a To: and From: line that can be used to write the recipient's name.

Each gift certificate expires after one year from the date of issue

Where to Redeem

Gift certificates are accepted at most Chamber member businesses (not all members participate in the gift certificate program). You may search our online directory for the most up-to-date list of businesses that accept Chamber gift certificates.

Not sure where to spend your Gift Certificate? Keep non-profits in mind.