When shopping for the holiday season some don’t want to fight the crowd in the stores. Others don’t want to truck down to a restaurant to pick up a gift card when they could do it from their own home. A great idea that is simple and rewarding this holiday season is Click It To Gift It.
Click It To Gift It offers busy people the opportunity to send digital gift cards redeemable at almost 50 vendors, including restaurants, retail stores, entertainment and online stores. There is no cost to ship and no fee to purchase. You can even personalize your gift by selecting the egift card design of your choice or uploading your own photos or images, to be delivered directly to the recipient’s inbox.
There are offers that include a special gift with purchase promotion starting now. For example, gift a $25 Uno’s voucher and get $5 to use yourself. Or, receive a $10 egift card at The Children’s Place for every $40 you send. What about Maggiano’s eGift Card promotion, buy $100 gift card and get another $20! The promos change each week so be sure to check them out often between now and Christmas.
We tend to go the gift card route for family that is out of the area, it’s just much more simple and something they can use. I headed over to the site to see what offers they had available and they have so many to go with some with the extra promotion as mentioned above. If you are going to be buying it why not enjoy the extra!
With so many stores and restaurants to choose from (Pottery Barn, Pizza Hut, Gap, Best Buy, and more) you are sure to find something for that person on your list. Not to mention, mailing gift cards is significantly less than packages and can be enjoyed just as much as any other gift. If you want to keep up with their happenings don’t forget to follow Click It To Gift It on twitter and facebook.
If you want to give the gift of gift cards this holiday season keep Click It To Gift It in mind. A one stop shop for most gift card needs.
Do you gift card give during the holidays?
Disclosure: I was compensated for this post but all opinions are my own, opinions are not swayed by the company nor reflect the company’s views. For more on my disclosure head to my disclosure link under the PR tab.
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