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Ellis Rugby Gift Voucher ranging from £10 to £500

£5.00£500.00

Ellis Rugby Gift Voucher

This Ellis Rugby Voucher Gift Card is the perfect option that suits anyone and everyone. Available to spend online, on anything from clothing to headwear to accessories, it’s the ultimate gift that you can’t get wrong!

The voucher will get sent directly to your email address following receipt of your payment. We’ll also post a lovely A5 Folded Ellis Rugby branded Gift Card to the delivery address specified. There is no expiry date, so you don’t have to rush your purchase either.

There is an Ellis Rugby Gift Voucher for all budgets starting from £5 up to £500.

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Ellis Rugby Gift Voucher

This Ellis Rugby Voucher Gift Card is the perfect option that suits anyone and everyone. Available to spend online, on anything from clothing to headwear to accessories, it’s the ultimate gift that you can’t get wrong!

The voucher will get sent directly to your email address following receipt of your payment. We’ll also post a lovely A5 Folded Ellis Rugby branded Gift Card to the delivery address specified. There is no expiry date, so you don’t have to rush your purchase either.

There is an Ellis Rugby Gift Voucher for all budgets starting from £5 up to £500.

How To Use

Available online only at www.ellisrugby.com. To use, proceed to checkout and add the code supplied to you after purchase and your gift voucher amount will be applied instantly!

The Retail History of the Gift Card

Neiman Marcus introduced the first giftcard using a payments infrastructure in late 1994, though Blockbuster Entertainment was the first company to do so on a wide scale, test-marketing them in 1995 and launching them around the country the next year. Blockbuster’s first giftcard transactions were processed by what was then Nabanco of Sunrise, Florida Nabanco was the developer of the first third-party platform for the processing of gift cards using existing payment infrastructure.

Neiman Marcus and Blockbuster were later followed by the Mobil gas card, which initially offered prepaid phone value provided by MCI. Kmart was next with the introduction of the Kmart Cash Card, which in the early generations provided prepaid phone time with AT&T. Later Kmart and Mobil dropped this feature, as it was not profitable for them. The Kmart Cash Card was the first replacement for cash returns when a shopper did not have a receipt for a gift. This practice of giving a cash card in place of cash for non-receipted returns is commonplace today with most merchants. From these early introductions, other retailers began to adapt a giftcard program to replace their gift certificate programs.

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Value

£10, £100, £15, £150, £20, £200, £25, £250, £30, £35, £40, £45, £5, £50, £500, £75

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