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I’ve recently been working with Cardyard.co.uk here on the blog and to round things off the lovely people at Cardyard have provided me with a £50 voucher to give to one lucky reader.
If you’ve missed my recent posts about Cardyard, I’m going to give you a really quick rundown of what they do. Cardyard specializes in gift card exchange and is currently the only U.K based company doing this. They pride themselves on providing the best customer service – if you have any issues during your gift card exchange you’ll speak directly with them at their headquarters in Exeter.
Selling Gift Cards To Cardyard
The first thing Cardyard does is buys your unwanted gift cards for CASH. Yup, that’s right. If you’ve been wondering what to do with that gift card for a store you never shop at and it’s just sat lurking at the bottom of your wallet or purse, selling it to Cardyard could be the answer. Although you’ll get a little bit less money than what’s on the gift card, it’s a small price to pay for having cash which you can now spend on anything!
Buying Discounted Gift Cards from Cardyard
Cardyard.co.uk also sells gift cards at a discounted price. So, if there’s a store you shop at a lot or if you’re planning on making a large purchase from somewhere like John Lewis, it’s always worth checking if there are any discounted gift cards available. You could then save even further by combining that discount with voucher codes and cashback.
Would you like to win a voucher for £50 to spend on the Cardyard website? Enter the competition using the Rafflecopter below.