Take the stress out of shopping with Giftagram app

Giftagram

Giftagram lets you browse, purchase and send a gift straight from your smartphone directly to one of your contacts.

If you have as much trouble as I do buying gifts for friends and loved ones, you’ll be happy to know there’s a Toronto-based app that can help alleviate the stress.

Giftagram lets you browse, purchase and send a gift straight from your smartphone directly to one of your contacts.

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When you send a gift, the recipient receives a message (via email or text, depending how you sent it) announcing your gift and prompting them for their address. Once they enter their address, Giftagram ships it to them (usually within 3 – 5 business days) and charges you.

From an $18 Toronto Popcorn Co. Sweet Box to a $2160 Qlocktwo Classic Wall Clock, there’s something for everyone, for every occasion, for every budget (they even have a corporate gift section).

Shipping is free for orders over $50 and they don’t charge for returns. (As a sidenote, that $18 Toronto Popcorn Co. Sweet Box was going to cost me $11 to ship so unless you’re in a real pinch it might not be worth using the app for anything under $50).

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The Giftagram app is available for free for Android and iOS devices. For more info and to download the app, visit giftagram.com. Use the code BM120371 to save $10 if you decide to use the service.

Have you used Giftagram? Does a service like this appeal to you? Share your thoughts in the comments below or at facebook.com/bamcatBuzz.

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