Blackhawk Network's selection of gift cards, prepaid cards, digital gift cards (eGifts) and virtual prepaid accounts can be ordered through the API calls available as part of the Hawk Marketplace Rewards Order Processing API set.
We have included a set of guides to provide step by step walk-throughs for the most common ordering use-cases.
Choose gift cards for some of the most popular brands around, such as Disney®, The Home Depot, Apple®, and more.
There are over 270 single-merchant gift cards available to order for the US, and 150 for Canada, you can choose to deliver digital eGifts or plastic cards.
Physical gift cards can be ordered through the closed loop API calls available as part of the Rewards Order Processing API set.
Ideal for online shopping (although they can be used in-store, too), these digital gift cards offer almost instant delivery, no production or shipping costs, and flexible redemption. These eGifts can include single-and multi-merchant cards.
Our broad selection of digital gift cards can be ordered through the eGift API calls available as part of the Rewards Order Processing API set.
We have the reward solution you’re looking for. No matter the type of program or recipient you’re working with, you’re sure to get the right reward quickly and easily.
Visa and Mastercard Prepaid Cards are popular, desirable and powerful incentives because they can be used everywhere the network's debit cards are accepted.
Physical prepaid cards and gift cards can be ordered through the open loop API calls available as part of the Rewards Order Processing API set.
These reward "cards" are delivered via email, and some can even be added to a mobile wallet. You can customize these rewards with your brand and personalize with your recipients' names and a brief message or curate unique, themed experiences.
Not every optional parameter or object is presented or explained in detail in these guides. They are intended to provide a good example for common use-cases. To review the detail for all available parameters and objects you can use the API Explorer.
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