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CardSwap.ca (With Giveaway)

CardSwap.ca: Canada's #1 site for buying and selling gift cards.

CardSwap offers Canadians a fast, easy and totally secure way to redeem unwanted gift cards for cash, buy gift cards at discount prices, and even donate gift cards to a charitable cause.

Did you know Canadians lose over $1 billion each year in unused gift cards?
Consumer Reports magazine estimates 1 out of every 4 gift cards remains unused after it was received, or they are lost or discarded.

CardSwap is the solution! Now you can sell your unused, unwanted gift cards, buy ones you do want, or donate them to charity. CardSwap is a reputable company that verifies and validates each card and guarantees customer satisfaction.

For more information visit the website, CardSwap.ca 
Facebook and Twitter or their blog

My Opinion:
CardSwap is a great site for Canadians and their gift cards. It is easy to create and account and navigate. There are a lot of merchants, and there are some more added all the time. The website lets you add favorite merchants to your wishlist, and even choose 5 for top priority. They also have the fabulous options of getting a card mailed or an ecode. People who shop online can appreciate the ecode.
I am definitely going to be letting all my fellow Canadians know about this website upon contact. I think it's the best thing since sliced bread!


5/5

Recommend? YES!!!! All my Canadian readers need to check out this site!

DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED $25 GIFT CARD FOR REVIEW. I WAS NOT COMPENSATED FOR THIS POST OR MY OPINION.

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Comments

  1. I would love a sport check card as my kids all need new shoes

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  2. I would love an amazon.ca or Pennington's gift card. :)

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  3. I would love a Gap gift card!

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  4. I would love a Gap gift card!

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  5. I would love a Winners Gift Card!

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  6. I would love a Cineplex card! :)

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  7. I would love an American Eagle gift card.
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

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  8. I would like an HBC card

    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com
    belinda mcnabb

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  9. I would love to have a Sears gift card.

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  10. I want an IKEA card! I need a new patio set!

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  11. I would love a Walmart gift card, thanks for the giveaway
    asmithonline at yahoo dot ca

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  12. Chapters!

    breej23 at hotmail dot com

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  13. Cineplex card. :)
    Laura snookie_pooathotmaildotcom

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  14. I would love a gap card! daisydoll16 at gmail.com

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  15. I would really love a FreshCo card

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  16. I would love walmart gift card
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  17. a walmart gift card would be awesome

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