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Survey predicts record gift card spending

Gift card popularity has skyrocketed over the past few years, and the latest proof is in a new holiday survey from the National Retail Federation.

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Bill would eliminate need to provide personal info for gift cards

A Garden State lawmaker is sponsoring legislation that would prevent consumers who purchase gift cards from being required to provide personal information.

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Do Gift Cards Make Good Christmas Gifts? [POLL]

Eric Scott, filling for Jim Gearhart this morning, was discussing gift cards and whether they make good gifts for someone or not.

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Should a Gift Certicate Come with an Expiration Date? [POLL]

Last Saturday with the temperatures passing ninety, I was cleaning out my truck and found a gift certificate for a spray tan that my sons had gotten me for Father’s Day back in 2011. I must have thrown it in the glove box with the intent to use it and completely forgot about it. So on this very hot day, the idea of getting a tan without having to bake seemed like a great idea.

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How About A Gift Card For That Special Someone? [AUDIO]

Shoppers this holiday season plan to spend more than ever on gift cards.

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NJ Senate Votes to Scrap Troubled Gift Card Law

The Senate has voted to reverse a 2-year-old law that allows the state to claim the value of dormant
gift cards.

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NJ’s Gift Card Law to be Scrapped?

The Senate Budget Committee will take a vote Thursday on reversing a 2-year-old law that allows the state to claim the value of dormant gift cards.

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Vote Postponed on Scrapping Troubled NJ Gift Card Law

The New Jersey Senate delayed a vote Thursday to reverse a two-year-old law that allows the state to claim the value of dormant gift cards.

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Chris Christie To Lawmakers: Close The User Fee Loophole [AUDIO]

Governor Christie says while the state's 2 percent property tax cap is providing badly needed relief, it can be made more effective.

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Unused Gift Card Law: The Clock is Ticking [AUDIO]

Unless the New Jersey Legislature acts quickly and Governor Chris Christie has a change of heart, some unused gift cards will soon become the property of the state of New Jersey.

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