Do Outback Steakhouse Gift Cards Expire?

Last Updated on 09/26/2021 by GS Staff

Do Outback gift cards eventually expire?

Outback Steakhouse gift cards do not expire. Additionally, there are no fees connected to these cards such as dormancy or maintenance fees. You can use your Outback gift card as you please without concern of the card being useless one day or the balance reduced because of fees.

How to reload an Outback gift card?

Go to Enter your 19 digit card number. This number will start with 603 or 310. You then enter your PIN. Finally, you will be requested to enter your billing info and the reload amount.

Note that Buyatab Online is the company that operates the gift cards on behalf of Bloomin’ Brands. Bloomin’ Brands owns Outback, Carrabba’s Bonefish Grill, and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse. You can use the link above to reload a gift card from the restaurants owned by Bloomin’ Brands.

How to check an Outback gift card balance?

Head over to There is a button at the bottom of the page titled “Check Your Balance”. Click this button. You will then be asked to enter your card number and PIN found on the back of your gift card. Once you enter this information and hit the submit button, you will be able to see your balance.

The image below is an example of the information you will enter to check the balance.

How to buy an Outback gift card?

Simply visit You can purchase e-Gift, physical, and bulk order gift cards by visiting this link. Gift cards are shipped on the next business day when purchased through

You also can find Outback gift cards at places like Walmart, Amazon, Staples, Kroger, Sam’s Club, and more.

Where can an Outback gift card be used?

Outback gift cards can be used at the assortment of Bloomin’ Brands restaurants including Carrabba’s, Bonefish Grill, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, and Outback. See the back of your gift card for details.

Be sure to take advantage of Outback’s “Get on the List” feature if you expect the restaurant to be busy when you use your gift card. Learn more about getting on Outback’s wait list prior to arrival here.

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