A federal appeals court on Thursday held that blind customers who sued several stores for not selling Braille gift cards failed to establish standing to bring their challenges.

Five visually-impaired individuals sued Swarovski, Banana Republic and three other retailers separately alleging the stores’ failure to carry Braille gift cards violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. The appeal argued that gift cards qualified as services and public accommodations under the 1990 civil rights law.

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