The Israel Post has a long-running series of pieces on gift cards, which are essentially prepaid credit cards issued by banks that can be used at stores and at restaurants.
This month, the post asked the question, what is the difference between gift cards and other credit cards?
The answer to that question has been in the spotlight recently after Kohls announced that it will offer gift cards with the slogan “Make Kohls more affordable” starting January 12, 2016.
The company says it will be offering these cards at 50 percent off retail prices and 50 percent lower than its normal discount.
The news comes just a week after Kohl’s announced it was extending its discount promotion, extending its sale period to March 3 and to June 4, and adding an additional month of promotions.
It will offer a range of cards from $5 to $99, but only one of the cards is going to be a gift card.
It all started with a post by the Jerusalem Post, which pointed out that Kohls’s gift cards are not really gift cards at all.
They’re prepaid credit card issuers.
That means they’re not issued by the bank, but rather a company, like a bank or a credit union, which issues the cards.
The Post explains that prepaid credit, also known as direct deposit, is a form of credit that banks can use to transfer money to customers.
It’s usually done by a third party such as a bank, or an intermediary such as an accountant.
“The term gift card has a lot of meanings, but prepaid credit does not, because it is a card,” the post said.
“If you ask anyone, they will say that prepaid is a word that refers to money, and it is.”
A gift card is different than a cashier’s check.
A cashier has to open a bank account.
A gift card, on the other hand, is not required to open an account, but the cards can be issued to customers as payment for things like food, electronics, clothing, movies, and so on.
In addition, Kohls will be extending its promotions for one month to March 5, so there’s a chance that some of the promotional items may be available to the public for a limited time.