If your movie theater of choice is operated by Regal, this discounted gift card essentially amounts to ten free dollars. That’s like a free large popcorn (hopefully)! [$50 Regal Gift Card, $40]
Here’s your no brainer deal of the day: Buy a $25 Papa John’s gift card for full price, and Groupon will toss in a pair of free one topping pizzas to go with it. Enough said. [$25 Papa John’s Gift Card + 2 Free Pizzas, $25]
Ebay just kicked off a nice little promotion promotion, with discounts of up to 20% on gift cards for several popular stores and restaurants, including IHOP, GameStop, Steak ‘n Shake, and Jiffy Lube. If you see any places where you would have spent your money anyway, then this is a no-brainer. [Up to 20% off Select…
Feel like shopping anywhere other than Amazon after yesterday’s Prime Day overload? You’re in luck, because eBay is taking $15 off every $100 you spend on a selection of gift cards to various stores and restaurants. Assuming they’re places you would have shopped anyway, that’s basically free money.
Update: $45 gift card packs are gone, but this deal is still available on $75 packs.
It's not even Black Friday yet, but we might have already found the most obvious deal of the holiday shopping season. If you're an Amazon Prime member, and you buy $45 in Amazon Gift Cards, you'll get a $10 credit added to your account. That's free money, folks.
Facebook has a new physical gift card that works like a regular gift card except you can use it at multiple retailers. But! It's not a cash-equivalent Visa you can spend everywhere. It's not even a stored value card that lets you spend the X-amount of money wherever you want within a Facebook-approved pool of…
Best Buy released a too good to be true coupon earlier today: Spend a $100 and save $50 automatically when you pay with a MasterCard credit card. The fine print had excluded a few products but it was pretty much a free $50 bucks for everything else. So predictably people took advantage of ol' Best Buy and rung up…
Who needs a piece of plastic to give a gift card anymore? Not you if you go through Square. A new update to the Square Wallet app adds digital giftcards you can give right from your phone right to someone else's. And if your gift-target is running iOS 6, it'll show up in their Passbook.
Starbucks, purveyor of coffee flavored water, builder of coffee scented corner stores and shelter for no coffee drinking Wi-Fi leeches, has a new shtick: a premium gift card. It's made of steel! It's 'specially etched'! And it's a super, limited edition that inanely costs 450 bucks.
It's that time of year where you have to start gifting, and you'll find yourself faced with all sorts of deep, important questions. Here's one to get you started: Is it tacky to give an app store gift card as a gift?
Gift cards are a cop-out that screams "I'm too lazy to think about this!" But if you're going to go that route, you might as well go with an Amazon gift card because, well, you can buy just about anything on Amazon. It's like handing someone cash. Besides, now that Amazon's teamed up with video greeting card service…
Though iOS 6's Passbook burst onto the scene with a bit of a whimper, it's been getting more useful as time goes on. This weekend, Apple started rolling out Passbook-enabled Apple Store gift cards so you can buy a gift that's not only last-minute, but not even a physical object.
Gail Davis hates telemarketers. Hates 'em. Hangs up on their ilk as soon as she hears a wisp of their tortured, desperate breath over the telephone. Sadly, this same hatred nearly cost her family a cool $10,000 gift card.
In 2005, Wal-Mart and Netflix teamed-up to ward-off Blockbuster: Wal-Mart ceased renting DVDs online, and Netflix promised never to sell physical DVDs. According to a court case, that agreement violated antitrust laws—which means Netflix customers are owed money.
When you give someone a gift card, you're essentially putting down the cash to let them buy whatever present they want. It's definitely one of the easiest gifts you can give, but is it a good one?