Posts Tagged ‘gift certificate’

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Last-Minute Presents: Travel Gift Certificates

December 15, 2010

Gift CertificatesIf friends and family are still asking if there’s anything you want or need this holiday, or if you’re still doing your shopping, travel gift certificates make great presents that can be used for all kinds of things.

Spring Break is coming up fast, and believe it or not, summer isn’t too far behind, especially if you’re taking a trip that requires some planning ahead. The sooner you start your travel fund, the better off you’ll be when it’s time to book.

So when grandma calls the day before Christmas, or the day after, to ask if there’s anything you didn’t get this year, you say, “Actually, I could use a little help with my _______.” And fill in the blank with “next flight home”, “upcoming semester abroad” or “summer trip to do volunteer work.”

Travel gift certificates can be bought in small or large amounts, and unlike cash, you won’t be tempted to spend it at karaoke night or on something silly, like textbooks.

Visit TravelCUTS.com to learn more about travel gift certificates or buy one for a friend.

Good luck with all your holiday travels!
Lisa

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Put a Travel Gift Certificate on Your Back to School Wish List

August 30, 2010

Gift CertificatesYou’ve moved into the dorm, or your new off-campus apartment, or maybe you’re still at home and commuting to school.

Now Grandma is asking if there’s anything you need, any way she can help out. You have the essentials covered for now, but you’re already thinking about your first three-day weekend, and Winter Break is coming up after that.

So you say, “Actually, I could use a little help with my _______.” And fill in the blank with “next flight home”, “holiday travel plans”, “volunteer trip” or “upcoming semester abroad”.

But Grandma can’t afford the $1,000 or so you need. She wants to give you $50 or maybe $100. No problem. Have her give it to you as a travel gift certificate so that you can put it toward the next trip you book (and you won’t be tempted to spend it at the local pub’s trivia night or on something silly, like school supplies).

Visit TravelCUTS.com to learn more about travel gift certificates or buy one for a friend. After all, it’s just as good to give as to get.

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Get and Give Travel Gift Certificates

September 9, 2008

Gift CertificatesYou’ve moved into the dorm, or your new off-campus apartment, or maybe you’re still at home and commuting to school. Friends and family are asking if there’s anything you need, any way they can help out. You have the essentials covered for now, but Thanksgiving break is coming up fast, and then Winter Break after that.

So you say, “Actually, I could use a little help with my _______.” And fill in the blank with “next flight home”, “holiday travel plans”, “trip to volunteer” or “upcoming Spring semester abroad”.

But Aunt Trixie isn’t able to pony up the $1,000 or so you need. She wants to give you $50 or maybe $100. No problem. Have her give it to you as a travel gift certificate so that you can put it toward the next thing you book (and you won’t be tempted to spend it at karaoke night or on something silly, like textbooks).

Visit TravelCUTS.com to learn more about travel gift certificates or buy one for a friend. After all, it’s just as good to give as to get.