The gift cards from golf gift cards retailer GolfGiftCards.com are hitting shelves this month, marking the first time they will be made available to mothers and their children.
According to a statement from GolfGamp.com, golf gift card holders are eligible for a $40 gift card credit on their next bill, and gift card balances of $100 or more are eligible to be credited towards a $100 purchase.
This credit is only valid once per account, and will not expire.
The gift card offers a 10% discount on all purchases made with your credit card, while the store also offers a 50% savings on all other purchases.
GolfGast.com has a few other perks, too, like free shipping on orders $25 or more, and the company offers an introductory rate of $15 off a $200 purchase.
It’s also worth noting that golf giftcard purchases are also eligible for $25 gift card rebate checks.
As we reported last year, golf card discounts are currently available on most online retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, BestBuy.com and Walmart.
These discounts are only valid for purchases made through GolfGrip, GolfGore, GolfPricing.com or GolfPrix.com.
GolfGiftcards.com is owned by TigerDirect, the same company that owns TigerDirect.com (which also owns TigerBelt), but GolfGifts.com’s parent company, GolfNet, is the one that makes the golf giftcards.
GolfNet also offers golf gift vouchers, which can be redeemed for gift cards on GolfGifestore.com , GolfGIFestore gift cards, golf gifts and golf merchandise.
Golfgift cards can be bought for $1.99 per card or $5.99 for $10,000.
The golf gift voucher also offers 10% off the purchase price.
The GolfGip.com site also includes links to various GolfNet products, including golf balls, golf equipment and golf clothing.
For a look at what golf gift certificates are available, check out our guide to the best gift cards and gift cards online.