Wine gift delivery is coming to Washington, DC, and it’s about to become the best way to get an extra $200.
A new startup called Winegift Cards has partnered with a company called Wine-O-Rama to offer gift cards for $50.
The company says that’s $5 cheaper than the typical $50 gift card and the best part is that it doesn’t take credit cards.
The new program also allows users to pick from three different gift card categories, ranging from wine to spirits to food, which means the company is targeting customers with the most specific gift needs.
The Winegifts are only available in stores now, so it’s hard to tell how many of the cards are actually being redeemed.
Winegifter Cards is also using a combination of cash and credit cards to fund the card issuance.
Wine-Gift Cards will be able to issue gift cards in a variety of categories including wines, spirits, food, and more.
This isn’t the first time Winegiver Cards has taken the wine gift idea one step further.
The startup raised $150,000 from investors earlier this year and is now seeking $1 million.
As part of the partnership, Winegifting Cards will accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, which is a huge step up from the previous payment method.
The card will only be available through the Winegifted app on the Apple App Store and Android.
Wine Gift Cards also says that it’s able to provide free gift cards to anyone with an active Winegifast account.
The app currently allows users the option to pick a gift card or add one to their WinegIFast account and pay for a gift at the same time.
WineGift Card has also partnered with Amazon to sell gift cards.
Wine gift cards are available for $10 per card and they can be used on any gift card, no matter how big or small.
For $100, users can receive a wine, spirits or food gift card.
For that price, they also receive a discount on a wine or spirits bottle.
Wine Gifting Cards says it plans to release wine gift cards with the next Winegast update on December 1st.
For the time being, WineGifting Cards is only accepting Visa, American Express and Discover cards.
We’ll update this post with more details when they come in.