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Friday, January 2, 2009

Gift Cards Galore


I'm a lucky girl. For every occasion, from Christmas to birthdays to anniversaries, I receive a bevy of gift cards. I'm told that I am hard to shop for. Really?! I think I'm rather easy to shop for; a good book or anything from Paper Source is a sure pleaser. Regardless, my wallet inevitably gets stretched out because I carry gift cards around with me, for months or for years even.

I just found a service that allows me to track, swap, and register my gift cards, so I can earn interest on them. In my effort to start my year a bit more organized, I registered with Leverage Card. It's a free service that's worth a try since it allows users to earn 1% interest on their gift cards. More importantly, I'll never lose another gift card again.

-Thuy
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11 comments:

Sarah said...

That's a great site. I didn't know there was such a thing. I love gift cards too and get a lot of them.

Thanks!

Heidi Ashworth said...

Good to know. Only, my gift cards get used so fast they don't know what hit 'em!

Lara said...

Earn interest on gift cards? Interesting.

I am like Heidi, mine get used rather quickly. Unless it's to somewhere I never go!

Jill said...

Interesting...I'll have to check it out!

♥georgie♥ said...

wow i will have to check the site out...stoppin by from BSU

amanda said...

cool thanks.

Mariko said...

This is amazing. How do you find this stuff? I like to just lose mine immediately. Saves the hassle of trying to remember where you put them.

blueviolet said...

What an intriguing concept. I need to take a peek!

Helene said...

That sounds interesting! I'll have to check it out! I just got a bunch of gift cards at Christmas!

The Blonde Duck said...

I ask for gift cards b/c I like to hoard them and use them throughout the year. It's how I stay stylish.

Well, kinda stylish.

Dressed, at least.

Debbie said...

This is all new to me! Fascinating. Thanks for the tip.