Save 16.5% on Hyatt Gift Cards and 15% on Hotels.com Gift Cards — Discount Gift Cards Are Here!
Did you just score a great deal this Cyber Monday on Hyatt.com? Still not good enough for you? Would you like to save another 16.5% off your Hyatt stay? No problem. Just hop on to Giftcardgranny.com and hook yourself up with a $250 Hyatt Gift Card for only $208.75. Here are some other great travel and restaurant deals you can score on Giftcardgranny.com:
- Delta Airlines $50 gift cards save 10%
- Four Seasons $150 gift cards save 8.52%
- Southwest Airlines $50 gift cards save 6%
- Bedandbreakfast.com $100 gift cards save 26%
- Panera Bread $10 gift cards save 23%
- Applebees $25 gift cards save 23%
- TGI Fridays $50 gift cards save 20.5%
- Steak and Shake $25 gift cards save 23%
- And Many More
Other Places to Buy Discount Gift Cards
eBay.com also has some great gift card deals. In addition, when you purchase gift cards on eBay you can also earn at least 2% in eBay Bucks. eBay Bucks is a free rewards program that lets you earn and use bucks on qualifying purchases. Every
quarter, if you’ve earned more than $5 eBay will send you an eBay Bucks certificate. You’ll have 30 days to redeem it, and it can be used on most listings where the seller accepts PayPal. However, you must sign up for the Ebay bucks program to qualify. Click here to sign up for eBay bucks. The eBay Bucks kicker is that every so often you will get an email from eBay offering 3X, 4X or 5X eBay Bucks. That will give you an extra 6%, 8% or 10% discount on your gift cards (some restrictions apply). Cha-Ching! Here on a few examples of gift cards on sale this week on eBay:
- Hotels.com $100 gift cards save 15%
- JC Penny $50 gift cards save 15%
- Sephora $25 gift card save 10%
- Wine.com $50 gift card save 20%
- Build-a-bear.com $50 gift cards save 20%
- Legal Sea Foods $60 gift cards save 17%
Can I Trust Gift Card Resellers?
The real question is whether or not these gift card sellers are legit. I can tell you out of experience that eBay is rock solid. I have used that terrific website for years and, although there are some real issues eBay needs to resolve in the cell phone area, you will have no issues buying gift cards from Ebay. Just take it slow with Giftcardgranny.com. My suggestion is make sure you are buying a new gift card–not a merchandise credit, a gift check or partially used card (ecodes are fine and very convenient). You are much less likely to have an issue if you stick the basics. You can check out the other players in the gift card reselling game like Cardpool, Gyft, Raise (click here and save 1% off most Raise gift card through 1/31/16), Amazon.com, etc. However, Giftcardgranny.com seems to offer a really good combination of fair prices and excellent organization. Leave a comment with your thoughts on the gift card exchanges.