Here's What To Do With Your Toys "R" Us Gift Cards

Still holding on to your Toys "R" Us gift card?

Since announcing it was going out of business, customers have been scrambling to spend their last bit of store credit. The toy store company will stop accepting gift cards on April 21.

But with the Toys R Us and Babies R Us retail websites already shut down, shoppers who don't live near one of the remaining brick and mortar stores are left with few options.

Bed Bath and Beyond is offering an alternative: exchange Toys R Us and Babies R Us gift cards for Bed Bath and Beyond e-gift cards. 

But customers won't get the full face value of the gift card. The home goods retailer is offering: 

  • $16.05 for a $25 card
  • $64.20 for a $100 card

Bed Bath and Beyond said it will also accept cards with partial balances, as long as they're over $20. 

Shoppers can spend the credit in stores or online.

In order to see what your gift card is worth and redeem your credit at Bed Bath and Beyond, click here

The offer will end at 11:59 p.m. EST on Thursday, April 5.

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