Using the Card
Eat and Play Card (E&P Card) cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or discounts unless at the explicit discretion of the participating merchant. Unless otherwise stated, the E&P Card does not apply to gratuities, taxes, take-out food orders or to alcoholic beverages. Please ensure your gratuities reflect the bill before discounts have been applied. The E&P Card expires 30 days after first use and is valid for up to four (4) people. The E&P Card is non-transferable and holds no cash value. Lost cards are non-refundable. E&P Card reserves the right to change prices at any time.
Eat and Play Card is only valid at participating merchants in the city and locations specified. Participating merchants may have their own “Terms and Conditions” which will also apply to your use of the E&P Card. Admission to participating merchants is subject to availability. On some occasions they may be closed due to private functions or otherwise and beyond the control of E&P Card. E&P Card cannot be held responsible for weather or other conditions or circumstances that may affect use of the E&P Card. We will do our best at E&P Card to keep our list of participating merchants up to date on our website but have less control over printed materials. Participating merchants may be removed from the program without prior notice.
E&P Card is not an agent of the participating merchants and cannot be held liable for any illnesses, bodily injury, loss of enjoyment, financial loss or property damage resulting from any accident, event or occurrence resulting from the use of the E&P Card or resulting from the use of the premises or property of the participating merchants. Card holders and members of their group expressly agree that use of the E&P Card and its participating merchants’ services or offerings are at their own risk and in no event shall E&P Card or its affiliates, employees, agents, contractors or licensees be liable for any damages resulting from the use of the E&P Card. Any grievances or actions with E&P Card must be interpreted and filed in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario and of Canada and accordingly applied therein.