Bulk Purchase of Gift Cards across the Corporate Sector to Continue Driving the Gift Cards Market

According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “Gift Cards Market (Type – Open Loop Gift Cards, Closed Loop Gift Cards and E-gifting; Merchant Type – Department Stores, Restaurants, Food Supermarkets, Coffee Shops, Discount Stores, Entertainment and Hotels) – Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2018 – 2026”, the global gift cards market is expected to hit US$ 750 Bn by 2026. 

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Gift cards have emerged as an effective way to wish someone on festive occasions or thank someone in appreciation of their work. It facilitates the recipient to make purchase of their choice. Gift cards are prepaid payment card containing a specific amount of money and render the same role as that of paper gift cards. Earlier, the use of gift cards were mostly limited to North America and Europe.

However, with growing consumer awareness, its use has expanded beyond its traditional markets and are now popular in regions such as Asia Pacific and Latin America. Countries such as China and India have witnessed a boom in the gift cards market in recent years owing to growing consumer awareness and purchase options. Starbucks was one of the notable brands revolutionizing the concept of gift cards in the U.S. and its popularity has increased manifold over the years. 

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One of the most prominent factors contributing to the market growth is increasing demand for gift cards in the corporate sector. Corporate houses, in recognition of an employee’s contribution to the firm, are presenting gift cards. This trend has become widely prevalent in recent times thus influencing the market growth positively. Another prominent factor aiding the market growth is the advent of e-commerce. E-commerce websites such as Amazon, Alibaba, eBay and Flipkart among others offer customers gift cards.

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