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Giving the Gift of Choice

Giving the Gift of Choice

Gift Cards – with a 15% discount until Christmas Day

There’s still time to give a Gift Card to a friend, colleague, or loved one this Christmas.

The season of giving is upon us and you may be struggling to find that perfect gift for someone special in your life.

But, what if you can’t find the right gift? Or, what if you want to give the gift of choice and allow your loved one, friend or colleague to choose what they really want? Either way, a gift card can be an excellent solution.

Annette Price Art Gift Carts are perfect for anyone who loves modern art and beautiful items and has a smartphone, tablet, or computer. The recipient will be able to choose between beautiful fractal or abstract canvas prints or choose from a large range of gorgeous mugs. Early in the New Year; tote bags, cushions, mobile and tablet phone cases will be added to the collections.

How to give a digital gift card

Gift cards can be purchased online by following this link. They are available in a range of values between £10 and £400. 

Digital Gift Cards purchased before midnight on the 25th of December 2021 will receive a 15% discount, saving you money while giving your recipient the gift of choice. Please note: this offer cannot be combined with any other offers.

Gift cards are emailed immediately so they make a great last-minute Christmas present.

There are many options for gifting this Christmas, but gift cards are one of the easiest ways to give an extra special gift. They are flexible fast and fun.


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