*This post was sponsored by Happy Cards, and the opinions expressed here are our own as always.
A darn good idea, these Happy Cards. By bundling like brands together on one gift card, Happy Cards create gifting opportunities for people like us that don’t quite know what to get someone. The Happy Cards line of curated gift cards feature multiple brands, and are perfect for gifting on special occasions to specific recipients, such as women, men, kids, teens and foodies. Simply put, Happy Cards make great gifts for the entire family.
We love the idea of Happy Cards, because we can send a gift to someone knowing they will use the card at places they enjoy. No more random gifts from Aunt Sally that you will toss as soon as she leaves the house. In our case, our lucky teen daughters were the guinea pigs and the Happy Teen Cards concept was a huge success in our family.
AND NOW YOU CAN WIN A HAPPY TEEN CARD TOO!
Ava and Sophia were excited to each try out the Happy Teen cards, with options to spend a preloaded dollar amount at American Eagle Outfitters, Barnes & Noble, Dave & Buster’s, Jamba Juice, Regal Cinemas and Sephora. Knowing our daughters, we predicted they would want to make a bee-line for American Eagle Outfitters and Sephora immediately. And we were right.
Happy Cards Make Great Gifts for Everyone
Other cards in the Happy Cards line are targeted to audiences with brands that fit them best, such as:
- Happy Lady: Bed Bath & Beyond, The Cheesecake Factory, Sephora, Spafinder and more
- Happy Kid: buybuy BABY, Gymboree, Jamba Juice, Regal Cinemas and more
- Happy Teen: American Eagle Outfitters, Barnes & Noble, Dave & Buster’s, Jamba Juice, Regal Cinemas and Sephora
- Happy Guy: AutoZone, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Dell and more
- Happy Eats: Buffalo Wild Wings, Dave & Buster’s and more
- Happy Bites: Burger King, Jamba Juice, Peet’s Coffee and more
- Happy Dining: The Cheesecake Factory, Red Lobster, Texas de Brazil and more
Easy to Use
Just like any debit or gift card can be used at the register, the Happy Cards can be used at point of purchase via the card reader or manually entered by the sales associate. At both Sephora and American Eagle Outfitters, the girls just slid the card through the check-out unit. The purchase amount was automatically deducted from the card’s total, leaving a balance left on the the card for future purchases.
Sephora Wins the Prize
Sophia spent some of her card first at American Eagle Outfitters, and then the rest at Sephora. Ava chose to go all in on Sephora, and both girls had tons of fun on their shopping sprees. They got to pick out what they wanted without the hassle of returning an unwanted gift.
Sophia ended up with a pair of jeans and a top from American Eagle, and some makeup from Sephora. Ava spent her Happy Teen card on all sorts of makeup things at Sephora. We waited patiently nearby, completely out of our element. There is NO WAY either dad could have known what to buy these teen girls at either store. These cards are a real lifesaver!
Courtesy of 2DadsWithBaggage, enter to win a Happy Teen card by Thursday, November 1, 2018. One winner will receive a $50 Gift Card.
Happy Cards make great gifts, and are available at gift card kiosks in Kroger, Safeway, Albertsons and other locations nationwide. They are also available for purchase online at HappyCards.com or GiftCards.com.