What gift cards do you value the most?MoneySaving Poll Results

Souk

No, sorry we’re not giving them away. Yet lots of firms now use them as promotion incentives e.g. currently you can get £100 Amazon vouchers with an EE broadband deal.So we wanted to know how much gift cards are worth to you if you could take them in hard cash, remembering too of course that if you’re holding one and the firm goes bust, they’re often worthless.

Imagine a friend was willing to sell you their £100 gift card (for personal use not to resell). How much would you pay for it (answer from as many of the following options as you like)?

Results

Amazon (2897 votes)
£90-£100961 votes (33%)
£76-£89804 votes (28%)
£51-£75573 votes (20%)
£1-£50402 votes (14%)
Worthless157 votes (5%)
Argos (2584 votes)
£90-£100308 votes (12%)
£76-£89713 votes (28%)
£51-£75794 votes (31%)
£1-£50538 votes (21%)
Worthless231 votes (9%)
Asda (2701 votes)
£90-£100566 votes (21%)
£76-£89745 votes (28%)
£51-£75659 votes (24%)
£1-£50459 votes (17%)
Worthless272 votes (10%)
Boots (2704 votes)
£90-£100302 votes (11%)
£76-£89629 votes (23%)
£51-£75840 votes (31%)
£1-£50681 votes (25%)
Worthless252 votes (9%)
Debenhams (2661 votes)
£90-£100275 votes (10%)
£76-£89550 votes (21%)
£51-£75796 votes (30%)
£1-£50650 votes (24%)
Worthless390 votes (15%)
House of Fraser (2603 votes)
£90-£100218 votes (8%)
£76-£89438 votes (17%)
£51-£75712 votes (27%)
£1-£50622 votes (24%)
Worthless613 votes (24%)
iTunes (2624 votes)
£90-£100172 votes (7%)
£76-£89312 votes (12%)
£51-£75417 votes (16%)
£1-£50665 votes (25%)
Worthless1058 votes (40%)
John Lewis/Waitrose (2763 votes)
£90-£100619 votes (22%)
£76-£89742 votes (27%)
£51-£75629 votes (23%)
£1-£50429 votes (16%)
Worthless344 votes (12%)
Love2shop (2517 votes)
£90-£100307 votes (12%)
£76-£89541 votes (21%)
£51-£75543 votes (22%)
£1-£50381 votes (15%)
Worthless745 votes (30%)
M&S (2855 votes)
£90-£100557 votes (20%)
£76-£89851 votes (30%)
£51-£75799 votes (28%)
£1-£50464 votes (16%)
Worthless184 votes (6%)
Morrisons (2652 votes)
£90-£100384 votes (14%)
£76-£89681 votes (26%)
£51-£75707 votes (27%)
£1-£50488 votes (18%)
Worthless392 votes (15%)
Next (2670 votes)
£90-£100277 votes (10%)
£76-£89508 votes (19%)
£51-£75786 votes (29%)
£1-£50638 votes (24%)
Worthless461 votes (17%)
One4all (2444 votes)
£90-£100280 votes (11%)
£76-£89449 votes (18%)
£51-£75479 votes (20%)
£1-£50374 votes (15%)
Worthless862 votes (35%)
Sainsbury's (2723 votes)
£90-£100574 votes (21%)
£76-£89831 votes (31%)
£51-£75709 votes (26%)
£1-£50414 votes (15%)
Worthless195 votes (7%)
Tesco (2774 votes)
£90-£100643 votes (23%)
£76-£89840 votes (30%)
£51-£75683 votes (25%)
£1-£50407 votes (15%)
Worthless201 votes (7%)

           3,354 people have voted.

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