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Your Dad Could Use an eGift Card

Posted on Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 at 7:00 am
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Gift CardsFather’s Day is coming up. You are running out of time to find the perfect gift that your dad will love. The thing about dads, though, is that they can be hard to shop for. If they want something, they probably just went out and bought it themselves already.

What can you do? Get your dad an eGift Card for one of his favorite stores. He will definitely use it! You can send the eGift Card on Father’s Day, and it will get to him in time. Best of all, you can choose how much to put on it. That makes it easy to fit into your budget.

Home Depot has three different Father’s Day designs for eGift Cards. One says “Dad”. Another says “Man Card”. The third has a dad relaxing in a hammock in his backyard. You can add a personalized message to the eGift Card. Put anywhere from $25.00 to $500.00 on it.

Lowes has several styles of Father’s Day eGift Cards to choose from. One says “Dad” in metallic letters. Another shows a hedge that has been shaped into the word “Dad”. There is also one that has “Dad” spelled out with plumbing pipes. You can put anywhere from $5.00 to $500.00 on a Lowe’s eGift Card.

Best Buy has one design of Father’s Day eGift Cards. It says “Happy Father’s Day” and has drawings of a smartphone, keyboard, mouse, and more on it. You can write a personalized message to go along with it. You can put anywhere from $25.00 to $250.00 on it.

Barnes & Noble has two designs of Father’s Day eGift Cards. One is blue and orange and the other is light blue. Both of them say “For Dad”. You can add a personalized message to it. Put as little as $10.00 or as much as $350.00 on it.

Game Stop has one style of eGift Card. It is the standard design with the word “Game Stop” on it. This is for the dads who play video games. The minimum amount you can put on it is $10.00. The largest you can select to put on it is $75.00 (but you can add more if you type the amount into a box. Adding a message is optional.

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