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ComiXology now offering gift cards

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Okay just in time for Cyber Monday and Black Friday and Small Business Saturday and I ate too much Sunday, comiXology has just announced they are making gift cards available in denominations from $10 to $500. Seems like a pretty nifty gifty.

“Shopping for friends, family and loved ones is hard, especially if they’re comic fans, so the comiXology eGift Card takes out the guess work and makes it easy to be a comics gifting hero,” says comiXology co-founder and CEO David Steinberger. “The comiXology eGift Card is another way we’re making it easy for comics fans to get and give the comics they love. “

Getting a comiXology eGift Card is easy! Just visit www.comixology.com/egift-cards, choose the value of the eGift Card, from $10 to $500. Next, specify who will be receiving the eGift Card and decide if you want your gift to go out same day or on a later date. That means you can shop now and have it delivered just in time for the Holidays. You can even purchase multiple eGift Cards at the same time! No need to worry about hidden fees or expiration dates – there are none.

When delivered, recipients of your comiXology eGift Card will receive an email confirmation with a code to redeem the gifted amount via their comiXology account on www.comixology.com and purchases can be read there or sync to any device. If your recipient doesn’t have a comiXology account they’ll be prompted to create one and then their eGift Card credit will show up in their account.

Comments

  1. Ha, brilliant. Digital gift cards, sent by email. No need to gather around the Gift Tree, just check your emails on Gift Day morning.

  2. Torsten Adair says:

    Also known as “Unboxing Day”. That’s the period that overlaps Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, covering when people open new gadgets, and immediately download content to said devices.

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