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We offer a quick and reliable way to sell your gift cards for cash - no mess, no fuss. Gift cards can be an easy solution when it comes to figuring out something that you can give a friend or relative for their special occasion. Unfortunately, these treats aren't always well-suited to the people that receive them. What do you do if you receive a gift card from a well-meaning relative, to a shop that you're not interested in, or don't use? Rather than waste the money, why not trade your Gift Card in for cash with Zapper?
Gift cards can be purchased for almost anything today. You can get gift cards that allow you to top up your iTunes account, buy new games from Sony or Microsoft, or on a new wardrobe from your favourite high-street store. Unfortunately, the chances are that you won't always receive gift cards that you truly appreciate. Often, when we're given a gift card as a present for a birthday, graduation, or festive occasion, it sits in our wallet unused until the expiry date eventually passes by. However, you don't have to waste the gift that's been given to you! Instead, you can trade the gift cards that you don't need in for cash with Zapper! There are no hidden fees, and postage is completely free! Why not see how much money you could make today?