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Give and Get a $50 Spa Credit! {Giveaway}

It seems like us girls never know what to get the guys, and the guys are even more helpless when it comes to buying for us. I swear my husband thinks I should just pick out my gifts and put his name on them.

But for you men who are struggling – or us ladies who are trying to give them hints – I have a suggestion. Spa & Wellness Gift Cards by Spa Week. These gift cards are accepted at over 4,500 spas and wellness facilities across North America. (You can check to see which ones are near you here.)

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The gift certificates are redeemable 365 days a year and they don’t expire. So there’s no worries about being able to fit it into a crazy schedule. And you don’t have to figure out if your special loved one would prefer a massage, a facial or a pedicure. They can choose to use it on any service they like.

And right now they are ON SALE! Get a $100 Spa & Wellness Gift Card for just $89.99 plus a FREE gift box through December 31st. Get 10% off all other cards too!

If you want it delivered as a beautiful card in a gift box, they’ll do that for you. If you want to instantly print it off as an E-gift card, they can accommodate that as well.

Bosses should consider this for their employess – you can even get a discount if you buy in bulk.

And right now you can win a $50 SpaWeek gift card here at MelissaStuff.


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