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Gift cards chart 2013

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We’ve researched the terms and features of the cards of major banks and dozens of retailers to let you make a side-by-side comparison

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This CreditCards.com/Bankrate.com 2013 survey of gift card issuers lets you compare fees and conditions for cards from all major banks and retailers that offer them. A dot shows that a card has the feature. See accompanying story, “Gift cards 2013: Reload, please.”

2013 gift card survey
To find a gift card, click on the category of card you want, or scroll down.

Monetary units
expires
Has expiration date
fees
Dormancy or
maintenance fee
insurance
Loss & theft protection
PIN
PIN available
reload
Reloadable
ecard
E-card available
onlinebal
Online balance check
PIN
Free shipping/delivery
PIN
Purchase fees

 

Card brand
monetary units
expires
fees
insurance
PIN
reload
ecard
onlinebal
gift-card-mail-icongift-card-star-icon

Notes: Data gathered by CreditCards.com research, Nov. 1-7. PIN number refers to a separate number, not one on the card.

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Credit Card Rate Report Updated: September 16th, 2020
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13.91%
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15.48%
Cash Back
15.94%
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15.78%
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16.12%

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