Score Free Spring Accessories at H&M with Wrapp

Happy one year anniversary, Wrapp! It’s my favorite social gift giving app’s first birthday today and I’m thrilled with the way Wrapp is celebrating: free $10 H&M gift cards for everyone using the app! All you have to do to score your free $10 mobile H&M gift card is visit the Wrapp Facebook page and share their anniversary post with your Facebook friends.

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Then you’ll see a link to claim your free gift card! What can you score for free at H&M with a $10 gift card? Check out my top $10 and under picks below!

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Score Free American Apparel Tees with Wrapp

Screen Shot 2013-03-27 at 1.03.01 PMWoohoo! It’s been a good while since Wrapp paired up with a brick and mortar mall retailer; gone (for now) are the days of free Wrapp gift cards to Sephora and Gap, but that’s okay, now that Wrapp’s offering free $5 gift cards to American Apparel. (Don’t know about Wrapp, my favorite social gift giving app? Read my original review here.)

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I exchanged a few free Wrapp gift cards with my Facebook friends this morning. What can I buy with my mobile gift cards? American Apparel is currently having an (up to 90% off) web sale. And $5 goes pretty far; right now, bras, graphic tees, doggie tees, and tanks are on sale for five bucks. You can also use a Wrapp gift card to take 5 dollars off already reduced and super stylish swimwear.

Gyft Lets Users “Re-Gyft” This Holiday Season

From: Mobile Gift Card App Gyft Starts Holiday Push With New Re-gifting Option, Weekly Giveaways | TechCrunch.

I’ve never been totally convinced that re-gifting is an inherently terrible thing.  All gifts are re-gifts – cash included. So, while I’d never wrap up a tired trinket or an unused lip gloss for a frugal holiday gift, I might re purpose a gift card to I store I barely enter if it’s the recipient’s favorite place on earth. This whole re-gifting process can be a little bit tedious when you’re dealing with plastic gift cards. Sometimes plastic gift cards will have your name written on them in sharpie. Sometimes, you’ll have forgotten how much is on them. And always, always when you re-gift a plastic gift card, you’ll wonder if it looks a little, well, old.

When Gyft rolled out this past September, I was thrilled, because not only does mobile gifting mean I can purchase and deliver gift cards instantaneously; I can also convert all of my existing plastic gift cards to mobile cards I’ll never lose and whose balances I’ll always be able to access.

What’s new with the Gyft app for this holiday season? Re-Gyft. Gyft now gives users a new “Gyft-it” option on existing mobile gift cards. The process is swift, sleek and discreet.

It’s a great gift-giving option if you’re hurting for cash, or if you’re under peer pressure to give presents to people you normally wouldn’t. And, the re-Gyft feature is expected to get even bigger and better after the holidays, when users should be able to trade Gyft cards amongst themselves or even sell them for cash.

Since its release, Gyft has added another 100 retailers like Nike, Gap, Toys R Us, Sears and Gamestop; about two-third of them fully support Gyft, which means you can purchase more Gyft cards and instantly update your balances. Expect much more in the future too. Since retailers can’t count gift cards as sales revenue until they’re redeemed, retailers should all be jumping in the Gyft bandwagon soon.

Want to win a great re-Gyfting opportunity? “Like” Gyft on Facebook and enter the current Social Sweepstakes – Right now, you could win a $50 Amazon Gyft card for yourself (or someone else).