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Save money buying discounted gift cards!

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I haven’t bought any discounted gift cards in quite some time and need to start doing it again.

I would buy them for myself for stores I shopped at regularly like Walmart, Target, or Home Depot (for hubby). The gift cards for popular stores like Walmart or Target are usually only discounted by 3% or so.  It may not be a huge discount but every little bit helps especially if you shop there on a regular basis.

The less popular ones offer a much bigger discount like 22% for Ann Taylor and 25% for Charlotte Ruse. If you know you’re going to make a trip to one of these stores, you can order a gift card and you’ll have a guaranteed savings before you even go into the store. Save even more if you buy items off the clearance or sales rack!

So where can you go to get discounted gift cards? Gift Card Rescue

Gift Card Rescue is a great place to buy AND sell your unwanted gift cards! One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! If you end up with gift cards you don’t like, consider selling it to Gift Card Rescue. The card must have a minimum value of $20. You get an offer for the card you want to get rid of and if you are happy with the offer, you’ll get a check once they receive your gift card and verify the value on it!

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Disclosure: I received compensation for this post, but the opinions are 100% my own!

 

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