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Do you have a loved one in Temecula or Riverside county?
Wondering what to buy a difficult to shop for tween, teen, teacher, coach, in-law, or significant other?
With only 26 days in this year’s holiday shopping season, Inland Empire residents are getting some serious help from local retailers. Both Victoria Gardens and Promenade Temecula have launched an all-new digital gift card program for guests – called “One Minute Gifting” (OMG) – giving them the chance to purchase gift cards from virtually anywhere in the world.
“The most amazing thing about the holidays is that in just one minute, you can show someone how much you care,” said Kym Espinosa, Director of Marketing for Promenade Temecula. “One Minute Gifting is a great way to remember family and friends, or perhaps a favorite teacher or coach this year.”
In addition, the new “One Minute Gifting” digital gift card allows guests to make last-minute purchases to complete their holiday checklist, according to Melina Ferraez, Director of Marketing for Victoria Gardens.
“With this year’s shorter holiday shopping season, we expect that time-pressed consumers will particularly enjoy the convenience of sending a gift card to a recipient literally in just one minute, and even at the very last minute,” said Ferraez.
The new e-gift cards can be purchased from each shopping center electronically from anywhere in the world. Recipients can then use their gift cards at any of the retailers, restaurants or service providers that accept MasterCard. A limited-time “holiday special” allows purchasers to send e-gift cards without a service fee.
Here’s how it works:
Espinosa added, “These new digital gift cards are also a convenient way for someone who lives across the country to send a gift to family or friends here in the Inland Empire. With One Minute Gifting, they know their gift will arrive immediately and the recipient can enjoy a trip to their favorite local shopping center, either Victoria Gardens or Promenade Temecula.”
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