Godiva is a chocolatier which was founded in 1926 in Brussels by Pierre Draps Sr. His three sons continued the business after the death of their father. The family named the company in honour of Lady Godiva because of her values of generosity, boldness and a pioneering spirit. The Company was appointed the official chocolatier to the Royal Court of Belguim in 1968. They opened Boutiques in Paris, New York and Tokyo in 1972. They continue to expand around the world.
Godiva does not specify a price match guarantee.
Godiva does not offer a return policy but they do offer a replacement or exchange within 30 days of receipt if you provide photographic evidence and a description detailing your dissatisfaction with their product.
Godiva offers a Rewards Club by just signing up. You will receive members-only offers and a free chocolate every month as well as receiving a chocolate offer for birthdays plus free shipping. You will also receive repeat purchases for free gifts. They also offer to buy 4 get 1 free rewards on Chocolixir, soft serve only in their boutiques.
Godiva.com frequently offers discounts and special promotions. To qualify for promotional offers there is a minimum spend requirement which does not include shipping or tax. These offers are not valid in their boutiques or speciality and department stores. They also offer special volume discounts and offer an Easter code.
Godiva does not advertise any qualified customer discounts.
Godiva does not specify a trade-in policy for customers.
Godiva does not offer a credit card to customers at this time.