Where Can I Cash In A Gift Card?

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Can you exchange a gift card for cash at Walmart?

The cards Walmart collects will be re-sold on CardCash.com, a large online gift card exchange. The site is one of several of a similar nature that see a ton of business after the holidays as consumers dump their unwanted cards for cash or swaps. It competes with sites like Cardhub, Cardpool, Coinstar and more.

How much do you get for gift cards at Coinstar?

Coinstar’s new “Coinstar Exchange” kiosks will give you cash for them. Coinstar Exchange kiosks—not to be confused with regular Coinstar kiosks—scan your unused gift cards with at least a $20 balance on them and make you an “offer.” The offer is typically 60-85% of the balance remaining on your gift card.

What can you do with unwanted gift cards?

7 Things You Can Do With Unwanted Gift Cards

  • Sell Your Unused Gift Cards for Cash.
  • Regift the Card.
  • Sell or Exchange them with People You Know.
  • Donate the Gift Card to Charity.
  • Use the Gift Card to Purchase Items that You Can Sell.
  • Return the Gift Card to the Issuing Retailer.
  • Use Gift Card Exchange Websites.

Can you convert Amazon gift card to cash?

Amazon won’t (obviously) exchange the card for you with cash. And if you were to buy something and then return it, they could only credit your account, which gets you nowhere. You can’t ask your friend (or whoever that someone was that gave you the Amazon gift card) to take the card back and give you cash instead.

Can you transfer money from a gift card to a debit card?

Thanks to Redditor ABZR, we see that you can transfer gift card balances onto you Google Wallet account just like a debit card. You can then add your gift card balances to your account just like you would a regular deposit. The card balance is transferred into your account and can now be used like regular money.

How do I transfer a gift card to my bank account?

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Do all Coinstars buy gift cards?

Coinstar Exchange accepts gift cards from more than 150 stores and restaurants, and you can review the List of Accepted Gift Cards, which is updated on a regular basis. You can sell more than 1 gift card at a time, and the kiosks are located in grocery stores where you already shop.

What gift cards are available at Coinstar?

Options gift cards can be redeemed at Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and Athleta stores across the US, Canada and Puerto Rico, and online at gap.com, oldnavy.com, bananarepublic.com, and athleta.com. Four brands, one card. OptionsCard. There’s absolutely NO FEE when you cash in at Coinstar for Gap Options.

Where is the best place to sell gift cards?

If you’re wondering what the best place to sell gift cards online or in person is, check out our list.

  1. Cardpool. Official website: Cardpool.com.
  2. Gift Card Granny. Official website: GiftCardGranny.com.
  3. Raise. Official website: Raise.com.
  4. Coinstar Exchange.
  5. CardCash.
  6. GiftCardSwapping.
  7. Monster Gift Card.
  8. GiftCardBin.

How can I get cash for gift cards immediately?

Here’s the fastest way to get cash for gift cards:

  • Check the balance of your gift card.
  • Take the gift card to a Gift Card Exchange kiosk.
  • Enter the gift card information into the system.
  • Review the cash back offer and decide if you want to accept it.
  • Upon acceptance, print the voucher.

How do I find my gift?

Discover Your Gifts

  1. Ask others to let you know.
  2. Look for gifts in adversity.
  3. Pray for the help to recognize your gifts.
  4. Don’t be afraid to branch out.
  5. Search the word of God.
  6. Look outside yourself.
  7. Think about people you look up to.
  8. Reflect on your family.

What kind of gift cards does the kiosk take?

You can only exchange gift cards that are redeemable at the retailer listed on the card (ex. AMC Theatres, Best Buy, Gap, etc.). The Cardpool Kiosk does not accept prepaid gift cards with network logos (ex. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, etc.).