(Part 2) Best gift cards according to redditors

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We found 1,720 Reddit comments discussing the best gift cards. We ranked the 91 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top Reddit comments about Gift Cards:

u/atllauren · 4 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

For Disney or other travel needs:

$50 Hotels.com gift card lightning deal starting at 2:10pm ET.

$50 Airbnb gift card lightning deal starting at 7:35 ET.

These don't have the Prime Day prices listed yet, but other $50 gift card lightning deals have been $39.50 all day so that's probably what they will cost.

u/Linnartt · 3 pointsr/WorldOfWarships

Would buying this work?:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NBJZ914/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1482711591&sr=8-2&keywords=burger+king+gift+card

I don't know if OpenPay differentiates Ecards and physical ones, and if an Ecard would work.

u/fireworks10 · 2 pointsr/churning

You can't buy gift cards on amazon.com with an Amazon gift card as payment method.

for example:
>Starbucks Gift Card
>
>http://www.amazon.com/Starbucks-Gift-Card-25/dp/B00AR51Y5I/
>
>"Amazon.com Gift Cards cannot be used as a method of payment for this item."

u/Steelersgirl20 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

127 pounds :)

And Gift Card

Bust 36

Waist 27.5

Hips 36.5

u/lufere7 · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Amazon, they were the only official one that accepted my foreign card. Be sure to check if tax applies to your converse final amount (I had to buy a $28 giftcard, a $25 one wouldn't have been enough)

u/lumphinans · 2 pointsr/WorldOfWarships

I used $40 of my amazon gift card yesterday to buy a Burger King gift card to use on Wargaming.

https://i.gyazo.com/ed498409bff7e43a3c7c8d56d1563be7.png

From this link

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NBJZ914/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/Mastervk · 2 pointsr/churning

Go to amazon -> your account ->Gift cards ->>Reload your balance

No need to buy separate GC and load them .

If you are not able to find how to directly reload then buy this GC

https://www.amazon.com/Amazon-eGift-Card-Birthday-Candles/dp/B01LXC12GI/ref=sr_1_1?s=gift-cards&ie=UTF8&qid=1492005146&sr=1-1&keywords=amazon

u/wefarrell · 2 pointsr/churning
u/KristinOhh · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Man as simple as this is, it's awful

actual item

because holiday sales are coming up and I like make up... a lot.

u/Both_Of_Me · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Before the Godamned Marines get all of the credit.

U.S. Army,medical discharge


Since I'm out of work, some help with the pet costs would be nice.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BXLVFAO/ref=aw_ls_8_5?colid=15LG4DO389H4A&coliid=I2PBOKC7KBE9WS&vs=1

Ty for the contest.

u/MahDarling · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a couple things to contribute to this, although one is not about me, but I hope you'll enjoy it nonetheless. But if you're grossed out: skip #1!!

  1. As a child, I tended to get car sick. Every time we took a road trip, guaranteed I would throw up in/around/on the back wheel of the car. On one memorable occasion, my dad dangled me over the guard rail in Massachusetts. That time was his fault - he fed me Cheeze-its when I complained of a stomach ache. However, I grew out of that by the time I hit 10 or 11. By that point, though, I had thrown up in all the cars we had ever owned, and still had. I might still be able to list them. Anyhow, we recently sold the last car I ever puked in as a child, (I'm 21, for reference) so we have nothing but a crop of vomit-free cars. That said, I had a traumatic nuclear medicine test this morning which left me feeling crappy, so I told my dad (who kindly brought me to the test) that I was super nauseous, so I might have to yell to pull over. He looked me in the eye and said: "Emily, you have not puked in this car yet. Do not start now." I did not throw up in the car after that. I am not breaking that streak.
  2. I go to school near the Canadian border. About 20 minutes south. Because of this, I have an enhanced license. This means my license also functions as a passport to go to Canada and Mexico - I can border-hop as I please. More or less. Because I have the ease of access to Canada, it means I'm probably there once a month or so. This past spring semester, my department at college took some students on a trip to Montreal to tour some FX and game studios. So I tagged along, and had a blast with the other students. Mostly, anyways... One of the other students, let's call him Joe, is an incompetent boob. I genuinely mean that, too. I don't hold any animosity or hard feelings toward the guy, he's just a bumbling dummy, and he generally means well. So if he's that inept in America, picture throwing him into Montreal, a mostly French-speaking bustling city. (Our school is in the middle of nowhere, so's his home town, for context.) The hotel we stayed at had a mechanism where in the entranceway, there were two sets of automatic doors - one would not open until the other closed, preventing a wind tunnel from occurring. When one set of doors malfunctioned, the hotel was forced to open the doors simultaneously, throwing us into a wind tunnel. Joe immediately pipes up with "ah, Montreal, the windy city." A couple who were also walking out with us just swivel their heads to look at poor Joe. I also turned to Joe and said "Joe, that's, uh, not what they call Montreal." (For non-Americans, Chicago is called the windy city.) Joe just cheerfully replied some nonsense and we shrugged. Later that night, we went out to hit the bars. Joe had been harping on about Maple Beer the entire day, bemoaning how he couldn't get it in the States. I'm 90% sure you can get it in the States. Another student and I weren't really sure about going out, since it was late and we were tired, but Joe enticed us by offering to buy us each a drink, so we weren't going to turn down that kindness. We went in, plunked ourselves down and got drinks. Joe found his Maple Beer, quaffed it in about three minutes, and ordered several chocolate-based shots, called Candy Bars. The other students and I were drinking, chatting and dancing our time away, while Joe proceeded to spill two separate shots, coating our table in sticky liquor and chocolate, and licked the table to try to salvage it. Surprisingly, licking the table did not make it better. Joe decided the best way to remedy this was to order more Maple Beer. Now, the other students and I were kind of done, so we closed our tabs, and finished our drinks. We bid Joe a good night, so Joe started to panic. He didn't want to stay at the bar (with another student, we weren't leaving him alone!) so he chugged his Maple Beer and flagged the waitress for the bill. He counted out his few dollars (his tab amounted to about $50) and generously handed the waitress $52, telling her to keep the change. Joe didn't see anything wrong with this. Flash forward to the next morning, Joe is understandably hungover, as we set out to hop on the subway for the day. On the escalator from the platform up to the street at our destination, Joe thought it was appropriate to lounge on the left side of the escalator. Joe, oblivious to the silently seething French-Canadians piling up behind him, starts blathering on about something. Eventually, I had to punch him in the arm to get his attention, and yank him to the right side. "Joe," I asked, "What do you do on escalators?" He looked at me slowly, and I could see the wheels spinning, but I think the hamster was dead, and ponderously said "Uh, I dunno?" So I turned to a mousy little freshman named Matt. I asked Matt the same question. Matt cocked his head, "I'm pretty sure you stand on the right, walk on the left." I gestured to Matt, looking at Joe, and said that this was common etiquette. Joe, puzzled, said it wasn't that way in the States. I'm fairly sure that might just be the small town talking, but we did have to explain that basic etiquette is fairly universal. Poor Joe. He just never quite got the hang of functioning in a city.

    TL; DR: Joe wasn't any better at school either. ^^Holy ^^wall ^^of ^^text, ^^Batman

    I'd love a Maneki Neko & a Petco Giftcard
u/justamusicmaniac · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

What makes me feel better is going on drives on the parkway. Living here in the blue ridge mountains, I love going out on the parkway and visiting different places along the way. Whether it is a short drive or a long drive, it just helps me relax and calm down about whatever is going on.

Just a simple gift card

u/weswes887 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/tielknight · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Does it show up on a Physical card?

https://www.amazon.com/Amazon-com-Greeting-Amazon-Kindle-Design/dp/BT00CTP93I

If that doesn't work then I would guess your account isn't eligible for it for some reason.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I literally wear my heart on my sleeve.


I was making tea for a man I was very interested in, to have before he went to work (grave shift), but I was extremely tired. Somehow or another, the entire pot of freshly boiled water for the tea landed on my arm.


He had no obligation to help, but he whisked me off to the ER at 1am, going 70. As I was getting morphine'd up, he called my parents that live a long ways away to let them know what had happened. They unlocked the door and, upon my release (fully doped up), he drove me all the way to my parents.


He gave up work and sleep to do this. We were together for half a year and he's still a friend, but my arm will always remind me of the stupid crap I do for love. I can post a picture of my still-janked up arm, if you want :)


Oh right! The item!


Teaaaaaa... (also on my WL)

u/Leralyth · 1 pointr/Entrepreneur

You could always get this.
http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-com-Gift-Card-Classic-design/dp/BT00CTOYI4/ref=sr_1_1?s=gift-cards&ie=UTF8&qid=1375920204&sr=1-1

Then sell the gift card to someone for $130-$140 cash.

I don't know about reselling stuff from Amazon, but I wanted to suggest something that might be useful.

u/codestation · 1 pointr/PS4

This is the official one: https://www.amazon.com/PlayStation-Store-Gift-Card-Digital/dp/B00GAC1D2G, it says [Digital Code] on the title.

Here is the link to buy digital amazon egift cards if it doesn't let you buy the PSN code with a random US address https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TMNGSN4 (i used this method a month ago to buy some PSN codes).

u/dilandeniz · 1 pointr/jordan

Just buy a visa gift card with your balance. I believe they have up to $200 so you would have to buy 5 of them and then you can withdraw the money from the visa card. The only ones i can see rn are with purchase fee of $6.95 so it would total to 206.95.
$200 visa card
$200 MasterCard

u/zenxity · 1 pointr/TRADE

Would it be easier if you just bought it from Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00CIECDEM

u/Haaxxx · 1 pointr/pathofexile

Buy steam wallet credit from Amazon UK, Valve being the seller --> $50 or $100 (Ignore the actual package screenshot, they all feature the $50 one, but here's the actual search page ). I just hope they have some in stock.

Then, with steam poe client, buy ingame coins.


Ez!

u/pixelationnation · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Where have you been all my life, Chris?

-lights candle at queens altar-

I'd love a sephora giftcard as thats a hobby im getting back into! Thanks for the contest :)

u/thebloggingpot · 1 pointr/beermoney

actually I don't think it's prepaid it doesn't say it is. it's this one $50 Visa Gift Card (plus $4.95 Purchase Fee) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N5TMK8I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_0VcJBbWS07EY3

u/EdenSB · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can see some gift cards here

Dominos and Subway are there, which stand out right off. I'm guessing that Applebee's and Chili's may also be restaurants?

Edit: There are some more if you search, like Texas Roadhouse, IHOP and Burger King.

Edit 2: Outback, Cheesecake Factory, Panda Express and Buffalo Wild Wings.

Nothing like supermarket gift cards that I can find.

u/LocalAmazonBot · 0 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here are some links for the product in the above comment for different countries:

Link: Gift card