This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of FriendGiftr. All opinions are 100% mine.
There is always a birthday, holiday, wedding or other special event that you just run out of ideas of gift ideas. Plus if you are like me and you live in one place, and most of your family and friends live in another place shipping, and packaging can be a real pain. That leads me to tell you about FriendGiftr.
Friendgiftr is an ingenious website where you can purchase a gift card from over 120 different merchants who take part in the program. These are name brand companies such as Red Lobster, Gap, Dell, Banana Republic, Macys, and so many more. It is easy you pick the card you want to send, such as Red Lobster, which is the one we have used so many times, customize your card, and then send it. Simple, fast, and efficient and that is why I love it. We usually pick food gift cards because who doesn't like to go out to eat once in a while.
Plus there are other great benefits of using Friendgiftr. For one they have a wide range of available amounts for each card, starting at $10 all the way up to $100, giving you the flexibility to not have to spend too much. This is especially handy if you have a lot of gifts to give. You can use Friendgiftr from their website, Facebook, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android making it even more convenient and easy for you to never worry about getting a gift there on time. The best thing that I like, other than the already cool things I mentioned, is that the person you are giving the gift card to can exchange it for another if they want or need to. They just simply pick a different merchant, and the balance is transferred to that gift card. So maybe the person in my family doesn't actually like Red Lobster, they can exchange it for Applebees or any other merchant available on Friendgiftr.
Gift cards will continue to grow in popularity due to increased availability, convenience, and flexibility of choices. Be a star when you give your next gift, and use Friendgiftr, the only real choice for your loved ones to get what they really wanted.