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Getting a Grip on Gift Cards: Tips from Professional Organizer Amy Tokos

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A member of The Freshly Organized team, Amy Tokos helps consumers learn the secret to easier, stress-free days. Active in the National Association of Professional Organizers
(NAPO), the team’s mission is to create a personal organization plan for clients that is simple and easy to maintain.  Amy transforms lives by helping with time management, paper, closets, kitchens, and much more. 

 

Q.How do you personally keep your gift cards organized and handy?

A.  You can’t just let remembering your gift card organically happen because that’s when we forget about them. You need a strategy.  National Use Your Gift Card Day brings attention to not letting gift your gift cards go to waste.

Being in the organizing profession, I approach gift cards more strategically than most people.  When I get gift cards, I put a monthly reminder on my calendar to use them. Sometimes I’ll have a gift card for a place where I just don’t need it for anything when I receive it, so I’ll mark on my calendar when I foresee being able to use it. On a calendar it’s helpful to keep a rhythm for using gift cards – such as once a month – so you’re constantly thinking of it.  And I also consider when will I be in the geographical area of the gift card location.  I go a step further and set an alarm to use my gift card the day before I’ll be near that location.

Q. If someone who is not particularly organized receives a gift card and wants to save it for a rainy day in the future, what would you recommend they do with it?

A. Mobile devices are helpful, but not everyone is comfortable relying on them. So, there has to be a visual cue if you can’t let electronics do it. At home, you can have little clipboard of gift cards, organized by month and keep it near where you walk out the door, so you have the visual of them, and have them in order that you want to use them.  What you put at the top should be something that triggers your memory. Keep it current though, because if you put your clipboard up in January, by July you might be so used to it that you walk right by.

It may be better for some people to list gift cards on a paper calendar because it gets out of your head and onto your calendar. No matter how you organize them, be strategic about using gift cards. Of course, sometimes the opposite happens and people use all their gift cards right away so they don’t forget about them and purchase things that they don’t need or really want.

Everyone is completely different.  Some people may have an old-fashioned kind of coupon organizer or Rolodex –but you still have to remember to pull them out or keep handy at home to use as needed. No one solution fits everyone – except for keeping it out of your head and onto your calendar.

Q. Any simple “do’s and don’ts” for organizing gift cards?

A. Whatever system you have keep it simple. Don’t create a complicated system – like an excel spreadsheet in alphabetical order. It may work once or twice, but sometimes you get busy, you’ll fall behind and the system is not updated, because it’s just too hard to maintain.

Q. Do you have any special suggestions for gift cards your children receive, when they are too young to manage using gift cards by themselves?

A. When it comes to kids and gift cards, you can’t just let remembering your gift care organically happen because that’s when they go unused. You need a special strategy for kids.  I was working with one client and her kids get gift cards for Christmas and found that they weren’t being used.  They received quite a few gift cards to the local book store, so they started scheduling going to the bookstore as a monthly event. Having those dates on the calendar got the family into the routine of using their gift cards.

 Q. We know from your website that you love gift cards, especially for an experience.  Why?

A. Because people have enough stuff and they are more likely to remember experiences. If you think back to your childhood and think back to the stuff you’ve receive over your life, there are probably very few things you remember getting excited about. But we remember experiences because they build relationships.  Gift cards for activities such as family zoo passes, movie passes, ice skating passes and the like create a culture of experiences.

Q. Do you recommend booking your experience as soon as you receive the gift card and why?

A. Don’t keep it in your head – think about when you’re going to use it and get on the calendar. For example, if you receive a gift card for a restaurant that has a great patio with music every Friday over the summer, and just think, “I’ll save it for July,” there’s a good chance you’ll forget about it. You need to put on your calendar approximately when you want to you use the gift card or need to make a reservation. For that July patio experience, set an alarm for May 1stto remind you to get it on your schedule for July.

 Q. Is using a gift card itself an experience that could be memorable? 

A. Yes, absolutely.  One of my friends’ husbands bought her gift cards to ten different restaurants and scheduled ten date nights – that was a great gift because it combined experiences with gift-giving.

Q. Have you ever forgotten about a gift card?

A. Yes, I have. I just recently came across a $5 gift card for a yoghurt place – it was stuck in a drawer because I’m almost never in the area where it’s located.

That’s why I love the idea of National Use Your Gift Card Day. It prompts people to be intentional about using their gift cards. Sometimes people have so many gift cards that they don’t have time to use them. There’s also opportunity to give those extra gift cards away. High schools will use them for needy students, or they can be given to a women’s center or to people trying to get back on their feet.  Other people can use the gift cards you can’t.

Q. Do you have a simple tip for young people starting out in the “real world” to stay organized in general – and why should they make it a priority?

A. My daughter recently moved out on her own and is now having to maintain real-world paperwork like title for car, passport etc., which are things we were maintaining previously on her behalf.  The biggest thing I helped her do was create a file box with just a few files for important things. Millennials are electronically savvy so they use alerts on their devices for gift cards, or they use them right away.

Q. What would you tell a college student about how to manage their gift cards when setting up their dorm room?

A. They typically spend it right away, so they should just have them in their own wallet and keep them with them.

Q. Lots of people give gift cards for all kinds of holidays: Christmas, Hanukah, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and graduation – not to mention birthdays. What’s your best strategy for keeping them at hand when shopping in a store or online?

A. If you’re and online shopper, the gift cards should be where you do your shopping – for example on the nightstand if you shop on your iPad while in bed. Similarly, if you’re usually shopping online at your office desk, they should be on your desk.

NATIONAL USE YOUR GIFT CARD DAY™ ON JANUARY 18TH REMINDS CONSUMERS USE THEIR GIFT CARDS

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NATIONAL USE YOUR GIFT CARD DAY™ ON JANUARY 18TH REMINDS CONSUMERS USE THEIR GIFT CARDS

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2019

 
Americans left $1 billion in gift cards unspent last year just by forgetting about them in wallets, purses or desk drawers. National Use Your Gift Card Day on January 18, 2020 reminds consumers to find those gift cards and remember to use them. The annual shopping “holiday” takes place on the third Saturday in January every year.
The timing of National Use Your Gift Card Day follows the holidays when gift cards are on the top of the wish list. In fact, according to a consumer sentiment survey released by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics, gift cards ranked as the second-most given gift (56 percent) for the holidays in 2018.
“Although gift cards are a favorite gift, the fact that so many go unused sparked the concept of giving them their own special day,” said Tracy Tilson, Founder of UseYourGiftCard.com.™ “National Use Your Gift Card Day was developed not just as a one-day reminder to use gift cards, but as a year-round online platform with expert tips on how to maximize them.”
In addition to this helpful reminder day, UseYourGiftCard.com offers expert advice on how to get the most out of gift cards. The site is dedicated to helping consumers take full advantage of their gift cards with tips and tactics to organize gift cards and plan purchases.
The January 18th shopping date has already been recognized in the 2020 edition of Chase’s Calendar of Events. According to Chase’s Senior Editor Holly McGuire, “This observance joins such days as Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, and others.”
 
Tilson offers these tips to help consumers remember to use their gift cards – on National Use Your Gift Card Day and all year long:

1. Make a use-by date in your calendar.
2. Store gift cards in the back pocket of your cell phone case or in the lanyard/holder where you keep your work ID so you have it front and center as a reminder.
3. If you’ve just found a forgotten card, go online and use it right away!
4. Use a clip to display gift cards prominently on your fridge.
5. Put gift cards in your spare change/key dish so you see them regularly.
For more information, visit www.useyourgiftcard.com.

How Gift Cards Can Help You Get Your Holiday Shopping Done

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When it comes to holiday shopping, it can be a challenge to satisfy everyone on your list. According to the National Retail Federation’s 2019 November Holiday Consumer Study, 54 percent of those surveyed planned to give gift cards this year,  and 46 percent of those who bought gift cards said they chose to do so to give the recipient the flexibility of choosing their own gift.
But sometimes even the most well-intended gifts can miss the mark, and you may find yourself on the receiving end of a gift card that doesn’t suit your tastes. Here are some ideas to make your unwanted gift card into a helping hand for your own gift-giving.

Regift it
If your gift card is in good physical shape, it’s perfectly fine to give it as a present to someone who will enjoy using it and save yourself money at the same time.

Spend it on someone else
Even if the gift card isn’t to a place that aligns with your personal preferences, it might be the right fit to buy a gift for someone else.

Think outside the box
If you received a gift card to a store that you wouldn’t typically shop at, you might be surprised at what you can find at the end of the year. Many retailers offer stocking stuffer-sized merchandise that they don’t normally carry in other months, like puzzles, books and other small items just right for gift-giving.

Use it for a gift exchange
Maybe your workplace or book club has a Secret Santa or White Elephant gift swap. You could either give the gift card itself or buy something to wrap up and contribute.

Donate it
Maybe you got a gift card to a pet store, but you don’t have any pets, or a well-meaning acquaintance gave you a gift card to a steakhouse but you’re a vegetarian. If you just can’t see yourself finding a good use for a gift card you were given, consider donating it to a charity you feel good about.

Five Ways To Treat Yourself Using Your Gift Cards

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Don’t let unused gift cards go to waste—that’s like throwing money in the trash. If you aren’t quite sure with to do with a well-intentioned gift card that missed the mark or a balance that’s leftover after a purchase, here are a few ideas to make the most it and feel good in the process.
  1. Splurge on something yummy. Gift cards are meant to be used and it doesn’t always have to be a practical item. Go ahead and get dessert or treat yourself to a fancy latte. Whoever gave you the gift card, wanted you to indulge.
  2. Aggregate with other gift cards. They say it’s better to give then receive.Put that to the test.Put a pile of unused gift cards to work by using them to buy multiple items or even to make a gift basket for someone else.
  3. Buy something for your child’s school. Check with your child’s teacher or administrator to see if they have a wish list of items they could use. Chances are, you’ll be able to find something you can fulfill with your gift card.
  4. Sell it online. If the gift card is to a place that’s geographically undesirable or just doesn’t mesh with your tastes, sell the gift card online through a reseller and pocket the cash to use anyway you’d like. There are several sites that let you post your card and the amount you’d like to sell it for.
  5. Donate the balance.Sometimes it just feels better to give then to get. Pay it forward and either gift the card directly to the worthy organization of your choosing, use it to buy items on a charity’s wish list. You can also see if you can get the gift card amount matched through your company’s corporate gift matching program.

Ways to Remember To Use Your Gift Card

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You could tie a string around your finger, leave yourself a sticky note, or add it to your to-do list. But the truth is your gift card is probably collecting dust, having been cast aside for more pressing pursuits. Don’t leave money on the table by letting someone else’s largesse languish in a drawer.

 

Here are some practical ways to remind yourself to use up your bounty instead of letting it gather dust.

Create an expiration date.Make an absolute, gotta get-it-done date in your calendar for redemption of your gift card. This way, instead of procrastinating endlessly or simply forgetting about it altogether, you’ll have a prompt that spurs you to action.

Keep it in a can’t-miss spot.  Try taping it to your computer screen or storing it in the card pocket on your cell phone case or in your work badge ID pouch. Anyplace you can see your gift card front and center on a regular basis will keep it top-of-mind and less likely to be forgotten.

 

Give it to your bestie. If you’re having trouble finding something you want to cash your gift card in for, or you just keep forgetting to use it, give it to someone who knows what you really like. Your spouse, partner or best friend is likely to have an easier time picking out an indulgence for you then you will.

 

Let your card nudge you. If you store your card somewhere it’s unlikely to be ignored, you’re more likely to want to use it and be done with it. Try keeping it in your car’s cup holder, or attach to your key chain, or tape it to the front of your computer screen. If it’s slightly annoying, it’s got your attention and you’re more likely to crave the satisfaction of using it and moving on.

 

Use it ASAP.When you open the envelope, email or drawer where you first received or rediscovered your windfall, make it a habit to shop with it as soon as possible. A gift card is far more fun to actually use then to put away and subsequently forget about.

 

January 2020: Holidays to Promote Your Business – Hatswork

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January 2020: Holidays to Promote Your Business
Hatswork
Dec 16 · 3 min read

Here at Hatswork, we’re always looking for new ways to help you promote your business. So, each month, we provide you with a list of National Days you can consider incorporating into your business, whether that’s a social media campaign, an internal employee celebration, a customer spotlight, or something completely different.
So, without further ado, here are January’s National Days. Start thinking about each of these and simple, inexpensive ways you can use them to build a positive brand image in the minds of your customers.
Consider giving away reusable straws as a promotional product on the 3rd. Offer the boys in a blue a special discount on the 9th. And whatever you do, don’t forget to celebrate National Hat Day on the 15th!

January 1
New Year’s Day
National Bloody Mary Day
National Hangover Day

January 2
National Buffet Day
National Personal Trainer Awareness Day
National Science Fiction Day

January 3
National Drinking Straw Day

January 4
National Missouri Day
National Spaghetti Day
National Trivia Day

January 5
National Bird Day
National Screenwriters Day

January 6
National Cuddle Up Day
National Technology Day
National Thank God it’s Monday Day

January 8
National Argyle Day
National Bubble Bath Day
National Winter Skin Relief Day

January 9
National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
National Static Electricity Day

January 10
National Cut Your Energy Costs Day
National Save the Eagles Day

January 11
National Arkansas Day
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day
National Milk Day
National Vision Board Day

January 12
National Kiss a Ginger Day
National Pharmacist Day
National Sunday Supper Day

January 13
National Clean Off Your Desk Day
Korean American Day
National Rubber Ducky Day
National Sticker Day

January 14
National Dress Up Your Pet Day
Ratification Day

January 15
National Bagel Day
National Hat Day

January 16
Get to Know Your Customers Day
National Nothing Day
National Religious Freedom Day
National Without a Scalpel Day

January 17
National Bootlegger’s Day

January 18
National Use Your Gift Card Day
National Michigan Day
National Thesaurus Day
National Winnie the Pooh Day

January 19
National Popcorn Day

January 20
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
National Cheese Lover’s Day
National Disc Jockey Day
My Birthday

January 21
National Granola Bar Day
National Hugging Day
Squirrel Appreciation Day

January 23
National Handwriting Day
National Pie Day

January 24
Beer Can Appreciation Day
National Compliment Day
National Peanut Butter Day

January 25
National Florida Day
National Irish Coffee Day
National Opposite Day

January 26
National Spouses Day

January 27
National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day
National Chocolate Cake Day

January 28
Data Privacy Day
National Have Fun at Work Day
Plan for Vacation Day

January 29
National Corn Chip Day
National Puzzle Day

January 31
National Backward Day
National Hot Chocolate Day
National Inspire Your Heart with Art Day

Do you already use any National Days in your office to promote your business? Did this list stir up any ideas? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to check out our blog and follow us on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #hatswork.

 

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Hatswork

Hatswork.com is a blog resource for companies in the promo products industry used to aid them in a better understanding of the promotional benefits of headwear.

WIN A $500 LIFE IS GOOD® GIFT CARD!

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Spreading positivity with a new, feel-good shopping holiday!

You heard it here first: January 18, 2020 is officially National Use Your Gift Card Day™, a first-of-its-kind holiday dedicated to those forgotten gift cards in your wallets, purses, and desk drawers. It’s time to remember where you put ‘em, and use those gift cards!

To celebrate National Use Your Gift Card Day, we’re doing #SomethingGood and giving one (1) lucky winner a $500 Life is Good® Gift Card – perfect for stocking up on optimism-inspired t-shirts, hoodies, hats, sleepwear, accessories, and more.

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Let’s use up those forgotten gift cards!

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Let’s use up those forgotten gift cards!

Let’s use up those forgotten gift cards!

Morning!

So today is not National Use Your Gift Card Day, but I just learned that it’s a thing (celebrated January 18th this year), and rather than wait for that glorious day to come I thought we’d kick off the party early since EVERY DAY is a great day to cash in those forgotten gifts ?

And forgotten is an understatement as apparently we give up close to $1 BILLION of unused gift cards every single year!! One billion!! Of FREE money!

Now maybe that’s due to us losing them, or even more probable – not *liking* the ones we’ve gotten and forgetting about them on purpose – but in any case that’s a lot of cash to throw down the drain and I say today we make a dent in that $1,000,000,000. Let’s see if we can get it down to at least $999,999,000, shall we? ? I think we can collectively use up $1,000, right?

It’s as easy as 1) collecting them all up and then making it your mission to finally USE THEM!, or 2) picking out any of these other options below if it’s indeed a card you couldn’t care less about:

  • Using it to buy something for someone *else*
  • Re-gifting the card, so long as you don’t give it back to the original gifter! (very important)
  • Donating it to a local charity who will find a good us for it
  • Swapping them at any of those gift card swapper sites (CardpoolRaiseGiftCardGranny)
  • Selling them at any of those gift card swapper sites
  • Giving them away on your blog/social/anywhere else your friends gather together
  • Or lastly, being adventurous for once and just TRYING THEM OUT! ?

Or if you’re one who prefers to plan ahead with such things and not take on random challenges from money bloggers online, haha, here are some ways to at least help you REMEMBER to use them later so you don’t forget all over again:

  • Clip them/magnet them to your fridge!
  • Store them in your cell phone case/work lanyard/wallet you always carry with you
  • Stash them in your car console! (Yes, perhaps they could get stolen one day, but if you’ve already “lost” them what does it matter? Haha… That’s where I keep all mine anyways – that way whenever I show up to a place and then kick myself for not remembering the card, Past Me does me a solid by having it right there with me in the car! Which also works well for any *returns* I need to do too which I also used to be notorious for forgetting…)
  • And then finally, adding up calendar items to alert you to use them – along with the expiration date – also make for excellent reminders

Lots of ways to complete the mission, but just make sure you indeed complete it!! One billion dollars is a ton of money to waste, not to mention the kind gesture from your loved ones who thought of you in the first place… So if you don’t do it for you, do it at least for them dammit! ?

I’ll pass out another reminder come NUYGCD (National Use Your Gift Card Day), but in the meantime let’s see if we can hit our goal of using up $1,000 this week!! Let me know when you’ve completed it and I’ll tally it all up!

******
PS: I’m going to finally use our 5 year old movie theater gift card I keep forgetting about ? Frozen 2 here we come!!! Lol…

 

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Let’s use up those forgotten gift cards!

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by J. MONEY – Published DECEMBER 4, 2019 originally on Budgets Are Sexy

Morning!

So today is not National Use Your Gift Card Day, but I just learned that it’s a thing (celebrated January 18th next year), and rather than wait for that glorious day to come I thought we’d kick off the party early since EVERY DAY is a great day to cash in those forgotten gifts 😉

And forgotten is an understatement as apparently we give up close to $1 BILLION of unused gift cards every single year!! One billion!! Of FREE money!

Now maybe that’s due to us losing them, or even more probable – not *liking* the ones we’ve gotten and forgetting about them on purpose – but in any case that’s a lot of cash to throw down the drain and I say today we make a dent in that $1,000,000,000. Let’s see if we can get it down to at least $999,999,000, shall we? 😉 I think we can collectively use up $1,000, right?

It’s as easy as 1) collecting them all up and then making it your mission to finally USE THEM!, or 2) picking out any of these other options below if it’s indeed a card you couldn’t care less about:

  • Using it to buy something for someone *else*
  • Re-gifting the card, so long as you don’t give it back to the original gifter! (very important)
  • Donating it to a local charity who will find a good us for it
  • Swapping them at any of those gift card swapper sites (Cardpool, Raise, GiftCardGranny)
  • Selling them at any of those gift card swapper sites
  • Giving them away on your blog/social/anywhere else your friends gather together
  • Or lastly, being adventurous for once and just TRYING THEM OUT! 😉

Or if you’re one who prefers to plan ahead with such things and not take on random challenges from money bloggers online, haha, here are some ways to at least help you REMEMBER to use them later so you don’t forget all over again:

  • Clip them to your fridge!
  • Store them in your cell phone case/work lanyard/wallet you always carry with you
  • Stash them in your car console! (Yes, perhaps they could get stolen one day, but if you’ve already “lost” them what does it matter? Haha… That’s where I keep all mine anyways – that way whenever I show up to a place and then kick myself for not remembering the card, Past Me does me a solid by having it right there with me in the car! Which also works well for any *returns* I need to do too which I also used to be notorious for forgetting…)
  • And then finally, adding up calendar items to alert you to use them – along with the expiration date – also make for excellent reminders

Lots of ways to complete the mission, but just make sure you indeed complete it!! One billion dollars is a ton of money to waste, not to mention the kind gesture from your loved ones who thought of you in the first place… So if you don’t do it for you, do it at least for them dammit! 😉

I’ll pass out another reminder come NUYGCD (National Use Your Gift Card Day), but in the meantime let’s see if we can hit our goal of using up $1,000 this week!! Let me know when you’ve completed it and I’ll tally it all up!

******
PS: I’m going to finally use our 5 year old movie theater gift card I keep forgetting about 🙂 Frozen 2 here we come!!! Lol…

National Use Your Gift Card Day – Third Saturday in January

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NATIONAL USE YOUR GIFT CARD DAY

National Use Your Gift Card Day reminds Americans to use the $1 billion in gift cards left unused each year. On the third Saturday in January, take stock of the gift cards you received over the holidays. Make the most of each one of them before they’re forgotten for good!

We all do it. Stash away gift cards thinking we will have more time later to use them. They collect dust and disappear into an abyss somewhere. We discover them as we clean and often don’t remember how much was on the card or if we used a portion of it. Those partial balances add up, too!  The first step is to collect the cards together and see what you have. You know where to look.

  • Every pocket of every purse and wallet you have
  • The infamous junk drawer
  • Glove compartment of the car
  • Bottom of the toy box (it may have been used to scrape goo off a toy)
  • The other junk drawer
  • A gift bag with the tissue paper still in it
  • The toolbox (we know what happens when a flathead screwdriver can’t be found)

Once you have your gift cards, get organized. Where do the gift cards work? Restaurants, retail, and services all offer gift cards. Some gift cards are designed to be used just about anywhere.

Maximizing Your Gift
  • Check for deals to maximize your gift cards. In most cases, gift cards work just like cash and can be used with coupons. There are exceptions, however, so it’s always good to check first.
  • Is the card to a place you don’t shop? You have a few options:
    • See if the card is good at a companion location
    • Check to see if the gift card can be cashed out
    • Have a gift card swap party or sell your gift card for cash
    • Donate your gift card to a charity fundraiser like a silent auction
  • Plan to overspend the amount of the gift card to avoid having small balances lying around. Even if you add a small useful item (lip balm is always handy) to go a penny over the amount, you’ll be able to hand the card over to the retailer to recycle the card.

HOW TO OBSERVE #UseYourGiftCardDay

Collect your gift cards. It’s time to use them. Don’t let them sit for a year and risk losing your gift altogether. Maximize your gift cards with deals and get the most out of your gift cards, too. Have a shopping spree or a spa day with your gift cards. Don’t let those gifts and savings pass you by! Use #UseYourGiftCardDay to share on social media.

NATIONAL USE YOUR GIFT CARD DAY HISTORY

Tilson PR founded National Use Your Gift Card Day in 2020 to make sure everyone gets the most out of their gift cards. Leave no gift card unturned and find tips, ideas, and deals by visiting useyourgiftcard.com, too.

The Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed National Use Your Gift Card Day to be observed on the third Saturday in January, annually.

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