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December 27, 2005


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I am going to do my friends and loved ones a favor and not get them gift cards unless they request them. I myself am stuck with a wallet full of cards I have received, with poor options: spend them but make up the difference with my own cash, lose them because I can't find anything I want, underspend and throw away the rest of the value, waste my time in a store because I can't find anything I really need or want, or palm them off as a regift.

Don't forget EBay! I've purchased full gift cards from solid vendors there. It works well. You can sell that Old Navy card and pick up one for Talbots.

I wish more of my family members did gift cards!

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