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Old Navy Gift Cards
Want to wear the hottest fashions while still having money leftover in your pocket? GiftCards.com carries discount Old Navy gift cards. An American clothing brand owned by Gap Inc. (which also owns Gap, Banana Republic and Piperlime) Old Navy is the destination store for price conscious teens and adults who still want to dress head to toe in trendy apparel. Old Navy was founded in 1994 when its creator and CEO traveled to Paris and visited a café named Old Navy Café. They liked the sound of the name and adopted it for their new stores in California. By 2008 nearly 1,000 stores had opened all over the country. Customers can find a wide variety of clothing and footwear for infants, boys, girls, men and women. The store also carries denim, handbags, toys, hats, swimwear, sunglasses, jewelry and dog accessories. Some location offer business collections along with plus size and maternity lines. Some of Old Navy’s most popular items are their holiday and NFL and NBA team t-shirts. They are also famous for their summer flip-flops which come in over 14 colors and are priced at 2 pair for $5! Combine these great prices with discount gift cards from GiftCards.com and be the best dressed around town! Old Navy gift cards can be used online or in-store. Discount Old Navy gift cards do NOT expire and have NO fees.
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GiftCards.com buys unwanted gift cards from over 500 retail locations. We pay cash for these gift cards and then we resell them to you at discounts of up to 25%. So, for example, you go into one of our retail locations with a $100 Best Buy gift card and you want cash for it. We pay you $65 cash. We then take that card and send it to our secure fulfillment facility. We list it on GiftCards.com for sale at $75. You get a $25 Discount, and we make $10. It's a win for everyone. In an economy like this, every savings counts.