Easy Way To Turn Unwanted Gift Cards Into Walmart eGift Cards

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Gift cards are popular gifts, but what if you received a gift card from a merchant that you’re not sure that you will ever use?  Well, Walmart has a website called CardCash where you can get an immediate quote to exchange your merchant gift card for an Walmart e-gift card good at Walmart.com, Samsclub.com, Walmart stores, Walmart Neighborhood Markets, and Sam’s Club stores. Screen Shot 2014-12-26 at 1.30.26 PMThe process is simple.  Enter your gift card balance, and get an immediate quote.  Walmart says you can get up to 97 percent of the gift card’s value back in the form of  a Walmart e-gift card. If you want to sell the card, you then enter the gift card number and the PIN. Within a few minutes, your WalMart eGift card will be e-mailed to you where you can spend it on-line, or print it out and take it into a WalMart, Walmart Neighborhood Market or Sam’s Club store to redeem for merchandise. Screen Shot 2014-12-26 at 1.29.52 PMBottom Line:
If you have unused gift cards, and you shop at Walmart, this is a great way to convert some of your unwanted gift cards into Walmart purchases.  Has anyone sold their gift cards back to Walmart?

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  1. Meh. So far I’m not impressed. Website says it may take 1-2 hours, or up to 24, to receive the WM card. I checked that my unused AA gift card was still valid before using CardCash. But at the 24 hour mark, cardCash sent me an email saying they need more time. Hoping for a better result soon.

  2. I wouldn’t promote this site. I fell for this and they charged my credit card but never shipped the gift cards. They have 341 complaints with the BBB. 103 of them are for non-delivery. Sounds like a scam to me. I’ll be disputing the charge.

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