Disclosure: I received a gift card from giftcardrescue.com in exchange for my post. All opinions expressed are honest and are my own.
Sometimes shopping for the perfect gift can be, well….challenging, to say the least.
You want to get your brother that awesome jacket you saw in the store window, but you don’t know his size. Hmmm.
You know your dad loves electronics, but don’t know which equipment he’s had his eye on lately. Dang.
You want to get your niece something cute, but you’re totally overwhelmed by trying to shop for a toddler.
OR how about this scenario…
You are a deal seeker. You use your mad deal skills to sniff out the holiday’s best deals. The only thing that could possibly make your holiday shopping any sweeter would be to save another $10 on the totally cute accessories you just bought your sister from H & M.
Now what do these two types of scenarios have in common?
One word (sort of)– GiftCardRescue.com
GiftCardRescue.com buys gift cards from those who don’t want them and sells them to those who would use them. Consumers can get up to 90% cash back for their unwanted gift cards and save from 4% up to 30% on discounted gift cards to over 350 national merchants.
So, here is an example:
Because I’m a deal seeker I love shopping at off-price stores like TJ Maxx. I can get unique and high quality gifts for excellent prices. Luckily I just found out about this place that offers discounted gift cards. I purchased the TJ Maxx gift card from GiftCardRescue,com for 14% off the value of the gift card! This means I got a gift card worth $75 but only paid $64.50 for it. I’ve already saved over $10 and I haven’t even been shopping yet!
I have to admit that I got a little greedy scrolling through all the gift cards just now. They have so many gift cards for stores that I love to shop at. If you’re planning on hitting Black Friday deals, you’ll multiply your savings by picking up a few gift cards from GiftCardRescue.com before you head out shopping!
If you love shopping with gift cards, or if you love giving gift cards as gifts, buying from GiftCardRescue.com is kind of a no-brainer.
I know this is a little taboo, but if you happen to get a gift card to a store that you (cough) don’t like, or if you (gasp!) return a gift that just isn’t you and get store credit, you can sell your gift card or store credit (providing the credit is contained on a gift card) at GiftCardRescue.com for cash or Amazon.com gift credit! Check out the process of selling a gift card here.
Speaking for myself, I’ll be stocking up on a few gift cards from GiftCardRescue.com before Christmas!