We are all busy and getting to the grocery store to pick out a special gift card isn’t always in the schedule. When you need a special gift, simply create a printable gift card from home! It’s quick and easy and no trip to the grocery is required.
There’s never a wrong time to brighten someone’s day. Whether you’re celebrating big moments or sending a small “I love you,” gift-giving keeps us connected.
Thoughtful gift cards. For some people, that phrase is a contradiction. They believe gift cards are impersonal. Others believe the quality of a gift is determined by the price tag or where it was purchased. But, it’s based on the thought behind it.
Email keeps us connected in an increasingly busy and distant world. No matter what craziness comes our way, the people who bring us joy are only a few clicks and keystrokes away. We trust email to keep us from losing touch. So why not give gifts, too? Here are three reasons you’ll love email gift card delivery.
Even with a schedule that’s bursting at the seams, you all have a tendency to make time for our phone. Social media. Email. Texts. This is how we all stay connected to countless incredible people.
You want to stay connected with all the amazing people in your life. That’s easier said than done.
Is this the year your teenager will be venturing off on Spring Break without you? Or maybe they decided to go on a friend only trip? It can be hard to decide how to give them money when you aren’t there. Cash can be risky as it is easily lost or stolen. Giving them your credit card is probably a no-go. According to a study by Incomm, 58% of parents have given their child a prepaid gift card to help them pay for something. Prepaid cards are a very flexible and safe form of payment because they (1) can be used almost anywhere, (2) they allow you to set a limit on spending. and (3) you can monitor the spending.
Gift cards are the #1 consumer and business gift. Closed-loop gift cards like a Starbucks card make up the majority of the sales according to Mercator but prepaid gift cards, you know the Visa cards at the grocery stores, make up around 20% of the total market. These cards are very flexible for the recipient but have some drawbacks to gifting them. Let’s take a closer look so you can make the best choice on what to gift.
Every year, millions of people make New Year’s resolutions, hoping to become in some way ‘better’ this year. According to Statista, 51% of American’s planning to make a New Year’s resolution want to work on managing finances better. It ties for the #1 resolution with eating healthier.