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By Cathy Pearl
1 Some people are hard to buy gifts for. They already seem to have everything. An easy gift to get someone is a gift card to his or her favorite restaurant.
2 A gift cards looks like a credit card. But a gift card does not work the same way. If you use the gift card to pay for a meal, you won't owe any money. A gift card is paid for before you use it, not after.
3 Gift cards used to be made of paper. Then they were called gift certificates. Today, that has changed. A gift card is the same size and shape as a credit card. Many of them can be used over and over again. The only thing you have to do is put more money on them.
4 Because gift cards only have a certain amount of money on them, you can only use them to pay for a certain amount of your meal. If you go over that amount, you will have to pay for the rest of the meal with cash or a credit card.
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