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We’re giving away 5 x $100 digital gift cards which can be spent at hundreds of retailers, both online and in-store!

Gifts are supposed to be a joyous experience, yet somehow this has become less personal for both the giver and receiver when it comes to digital gift cards. e-gift it was created to bring the joy and surprise to digital gift giving. Choose a digital gift card from a range of top-name brands and retailers, and then personalise it by adding an e-greeting card, digital wrapping and music – give your loved one the ultimate digital gift card experience!

See our massive range of gift cards here: egiftit.com.au/giftcard

Digital gifts are sent instantly to the recipient which makes e-gift it perfect for last-minute gift giving. But for those of us who are organised, e-gift it allows you to schedule delivery in advance.

 

You can store any digital gift cards received in our app or in your phone’s digital wallet. This makes redeeming your digital gift card super easy! Never leave a gift card at home again – if you have your phone, you’ll always have your digital gift cards. PLUS many of our retailers allow for online redemption, giving you even more choice!

 

Personalised digital gift cards are perfect for any occasion – Father’s Day (hint hint!), birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, Mother’s Day, just to name a few. We have e-greeting cards that you can personalise for any occasion or birthday! You can even create your own personalised calendar where we can send you reminders for upcoming occasions and events. Add as many occasions as you want and never miss a birthday or anniversary again!

 

Sending a digital gift card is quick and simple. Visit the website or download our app to get started.

 

Happy shopping! egiftit.com.au/giftcard

 

Winners of the competition will win a $100 digital gift card of their choice* from the e-gift it website.*Digital gift card must be available in the $100 denomination. Some gift cards are only available in limited denominations and are therefore ineligible to be given as a prize.

For more details please visit:

egiftit.com.au/

App: onelink.to/4s9pmr (when on your smartphone, this link takes you to the relevant app store)

Facebook: www.facebook.com/egiftit

Instagram: www.instagram.com/egiftit

Please note this competition is open from 20th August 2020 until 20th September 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. B. Bowdlert - QLD
  2. J. O'Shea - VIC
  3. C. King - VIC
  4. M. Evans - NSW
  5. A. Davis - SA
  • Once ‘Santa’ forgot to check the box of the remote-control car he ‘made’ my son, forgetting batteries. Years later, when my son found out the truth about Christmas, there was a gift for me under the tree from ‘Santa’. A box of batteries with a card, ‘Gift not included’!


  • My sister bought me a battery operated 3 speed bulldozer when I was seven. That was many years ago and a rare present back then. Wow! I’d never seen anything like it before.


  • Working holiday in London
    Birthday office morning tea was a simple Aussie treat.
    Grilled COON and Vegemite on toast.
    It’s unique and hard to beat!


  • A self stirring mug to my fussy other half!!


  • One year my sister (aged 5) wrapped up empty boxes for under the Christmas tree. She’d forgotten to make or buy gifts and thought she could pretend they had been stolen by the elves for little children in need! Mum and Grandma so not impressed, lol!


  • my mum gave my uncle a Tamagotchi for company since he didn’t have a girlfriend – he went around the house that night calling him “Sylvia” when he was drunk.


  • Putting irons from my Granddad when I was thirteen,
    It was like a bad dream.
    I had said I was enjoying outdoor sport,
    Golf is not what I thought.
    What’s more they were secondhand,
    I wasn’t a fan.


  • My son once carved ‘I love you’ into a potato and gave it to me for my birthday – I certainly have never been give one before or after this!


  • A personalised book from my daughter to her daddy with “reasons why I love my Dad”.


  • On my 50th birthday I received a letter letting me know, I was able to collect my fathers aches I was waiting for. To receive them on my birthday felt like his final gift to me. In return I fulfilled his final wish scattering them under his favourite tree.


  • gift cards, money


  • For my brother’s 21st Birthday I bought him a car! I was living away at the time, so we needed to be extra sneaky getting the car to his house and out the front with a big bow on it without him realising. We managed to pull it off and it went down as the best surprise ever!


  • I consider our 4-year-old daughter a very unique gift that we get repeated joy from every day


  • My son gave me a hand made recipe book which he made at school and it had recipes from all the children in his class the recipes were recipes from their different cultures.


  • I received a handmade book of coupons from my children several years ago. Things like “Good for one free dishwasher unloading” and one for “Free Hug” Now that my children are Teens, I have tried to make a few myself and get credit, but they have all been declined so far!


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