Post Office rolls out new gift cards | Talking Retail

Post Office rolls out new gift cards | Talking Retail

The new cards will be available to purchase in more than 1,000 post office stores across the UK, giving consumers access to thousands of brands, including:  Spotify, Google Play, Xbox, Sony Playstation, Nintendo, ASOS, Restaurant Choice, Fashion Choice, Student Choice, Teen Choice, and Kids Choice.
Mark Siviter, Post Office managing director for mails & retail, said: “Post Office has always been the place to go for the versatile One4all gift card that can be used across more than 100 retailers and restaurants, in store and online. Now, through our new partnership with Blackhawk, a wider range of gift cards will be introduced in our larger Post Offices which will provide customers with more variety across gaming, entertainment, and online fashion brands such as ASOS. This should ensure there is something for everyone, satisfying the gifting needs of all family and friends.”
Matt Howe, managing director EMEA at Blackhawk Network, added: “In many places, the post office is often in the heart of the community, especially in rural areas, so this new partnership is making it easier for people across the country to find the perfect gift for loved ones wherever they are based. Gift cards are a fantastic way to give people choice over what presents or rewards they receive, which is especially important amongst younger generations where tastes vary more than ever before. But, we also find that more people than ever are buying gift cards for themselves, especially when it comes to accessing gaming platforms, so this partnership will make it easier than ever for people to purchase gift cards, be that as a gift or for themselves.”
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