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TMCNet:  Customizable Visa Gift Cards Are Perfect for Holiday Gift Giving

[December 04, 2012]

Customizable Visa Gift Cards Are Perfect for Holiday Gift Giving

DALLAS, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- GiftCard.com, the online leading provider of gift cards, today announced its unique array of gift cards perfectly suited for the Christmas season. From housewarming to host, and 'thank you' gifts, GiftCard.com is a one-stop shop for the holiday gift-giving season.

The Christmas Gallery is filled with Christmas designs sure to bring joy to every recipient. Elaborate ornaments, animals in Christmas hats, wreaths, and snowflakes are just some of the Christmas designs available for purchase through GiftCard.com. Additionally, Gift Card.com's Visa Gift Cards are mailed in a complementary greeting card, with options of holiday designs and room for a custom message to your recipient.

GiftCard.com also offers the ability to put photos and custom artwork on the face of Visa Gift Cards. "My mom is an artist and very environmentally conscious, so it was really special to be able to design a gift card using one of her oil paintings, knowing that as soon as the card is empty, it will turn into a keepsake instead of going into the trash," commented marketing associate Rebecca Killam of GiftCard.com.

Visa Gift Cards from GiftCard.com can be used anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted, making them a versatile gift for students in college, couples furnishing their first home, or difficult to buy-for recipients who prefer the ability to pick the sizes, colors, and styles that fit their personality.

GiftCard.com also offers store gift cards to both local and national brands. "People can already purchase gift cards for Dallas merchants from GiftCard.com, eventually you'll be able to buy a gift card from local merchants all over the country," said David Jones, CEO of GiftCard.com "We're very excited to be partnering with local stores to provide their gift cards to our customers." Store gift cards offered by GiftCardLab.com include Bistro 31, Hoffbrau Steaks, Sangria, and Zen Nails and Spa. For last minute gifts, e-gift cards can be delivered to the recipient's e-mail or phone via SMS text message. They can also be printed out for a sneaky stocking stuffer.

The Visa Gift Card is issued by University National Bank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. University National Bank; Member FDIC.

About GiftCard.com GiftCard.com is your one stop shop for gift cards. Whether you're looking to personalize a Visa® Gift Card with your own photo, or find gift cards to your favorite retailers and restaurants, GiftCard.com has the largest selection in the world. The Dallas based company was founded in 2004 and continues to wow customers with exceptional customer service. Learn more at www.GiftCard.com or call 1-800-GIFT CARD®.

SOURCE GiftCard.com

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