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Walmart offers options to get rid of unwanted gift cards

Retail giant, Walmart is testing a program that will allow shoppers to swap a gift card from more than 200 other retailers, airlines, and restaurants, for a Walmart gift card. (Source: Christel Bell). Retail giant, Walmart is testing a program that will allow shoppers to swap a gift card from more than 200 other retailers, airlines, and restaurants, for a Walmart gift card. (Source: Christel Bell).

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - If you feel you are stuck with a gift card you may not use, don't worry, you may have options.

Retail giant, Walmart is testing a program that will allow shoppers to swap a gift card from more than 200 other retailers, airlines, and restaurants, for a Walmart gift card. The store said the cards don't expire and can be used in Walmart stores and online.

Shoppers won't get the full value of their gift cards to use at Walmart. The website states customers can get up to 97 percent of the face value when exchanging for a Walmart gift card.

The website states if you accept the offer, approval normally takes between one to two hours, but it can take up to 24 hours until your e-gift card will be emailed to you.

You can exchange your card on http://www.walmart.cardcash.com and input your information.

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