Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Make this Mother’s Day convenient and customizable with eGift Social, an application that allows you to send a “real-life” affordable, yet meaningful gift by easily accessing the eGift Facebook page using a computer or web-enabled mobile device and give…
WIFE THAT DOES IT ALL: Your wife never misses a beat from taking care of the kids and keeping the house in order! eGift her a fun day out with the girls with a “Perfect Patron Margarita” or “Shark Bite” cocktail from Joe’s Crab Shack. You can even send it to her mobile phone so it’s one less thing for her to remember. If all these fail the “Crab Nachos” are a perfect selection.
THE GIFT OF LUXURY: The gift of Luxury: The everyday grind can make it tough to find time to unwind. eGift the mom in your life with an “I love you” brush set or pampering body products from Sephora.
FINTESS FANATIC: Fitness Fanatic: Let mom look good while she works out. eGift a Kmart gift card to let her get those favorite workout pants or earphones.
How eGift Social Works
Consumers access the First Data eGift Social application through each merchant’s Facebook page or website and select one or multiple friends to send gifts to; either by adding them from Facebook or entering their e-mail address. The sender selects which item-level product or virtual gift card they would like their friend to receive, adds a personal message and proceeds through the secure checkout process.The recipient receives a Facebook message, e-mail or both, with an alert that they have received a gift, the account number and redemption instructions. Visiting the respective participating merchant location, the recipient redeems the eGift item by using the account number at the point of sale. Consumers can access also access the service directly at eGift Social.
Whether you live close and can take your mom out to use her eGift on a fun shopping trip or live farther away and are going to eGift her, the perfect Mother’s day gift is right at your fingertips!
“I wrote this on behalf of First Data and received an eGfit for participating.”