Q - What forms of payment do you accept at Firehouse Tattoo?


ANSWER-  CASH and CREDIT CARDS.  Please note, there is a 4% service fee with all credit card/debit card transactions.

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Q - Can I get a tattoo after OnE cRaZy NiGhT of drinking last night?

ANSWER- It is not recommended because heavy drinking may thin your blood, and could possibly cause you to bleed more during your tattoo session.

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Q - HOW LONG ARE South Vineland's Firehouse Tattoo GIFT CERTIFICATES GOOD FOR? DO THEY EXPIRE?


ANSWER- Many of them have it listed on the front of back of them directly, but our policy has always been that they are valid for 24 months.  **We have made an exception due to COVID, and we have extended all GC's purchased between March of 2019 and March of 2020 to be valid for an additional year on top of the normal 24 months.

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Q - I have some pretty WiCkEd SUNBURN, can i still get tattooed today?


ANSWER- We CAN NOT tattoo anyone with even the slightest bit of sunburn in the area that you'd like tattooed.

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Q - Do you take minors?

ANSWER- Not at this time.

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Q - Got a baby up in there?

ANSWER- We are unable to tattoo anyone that is currently PREGNANT and/or  currently breastfeeding a tiny human.

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Q - I'm on medications that may or may not cause an issue for me to get tattooed? What do you recommend that I do prior to coming in to get tattooed?


ANSWER-  We always recommend that you talk to your doctor before getting a tattoo, as it is a procedure that causes an open wound on your body, so it would be a good idea to check in with them to discuss if you may have any issues caused by your medical condition or current medications.  This is especially important for anyone with diabetes or potential autoimmune issues, but is not limited to just those. Certain medications have the potential to cause issues with your healing as well as how you handle the process of actually getting tattooed.  Calling your Dr to be certain is always recommended. **Please note, we cannot tattoo you if you are currently taking a course of ANTIBIOTICS as well as some blood thinner medications.

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