Shoppers Flood Stores To Return Gifts, Use Gift CardsStores were crowded on the Saturday after Christmas, but it was calm in the Tri-State Area.
NJ School District Offers Compensation To Parents Who Out Non-Resident Students The sign in front of Bound Brook High School says 'Enter To Learn' but it should specify, 'only if you live within district limits.'
Some Target Gift Cards Weren't Properly ActivatedThe nation's second-largest discount retailer said Tuesday that an unidentified number of gift cards sold over the holidays were not properly activated.
New Legislation Would Protect Gift Card Users From Expiration Dates And FeesThe bill would also prevent companies that file for bankruptcy from selling gift cards and require them to accept and honor unredeemed gift cards.
The Pros And Cons Of Gift CardsTo gift card or not to gift card? That is the question. Here are the pros and cons of giving a gift card this holiday season.
New Jersey Not Giving Up On Gift Card Seizure LawLawmakers voted last year to allow the seizure of cards after two to three years as a way to raise about $80 million and help balance the state's budget.
Holiday Shopping: The Great Gift Card ExchangeNow there's a way you can swap an unwanted gift card to a store you really love, or even turn it in for cash. It’s the gift card exchange.
Gift Cards Expected To Be Year's Most Popular PresentOver the past two years, gift card sales were starting to cool, but people are spending more now, and they’re getting protections from the government.
New Credit Card Rules Take Effect To Protect ConsumersNew rules went into effect Sunday for credit and gift card users. The new regulations are designed to protect the public from abusive practices by card issuers.