Top 10 Giftcards UK

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The most popular giftcards in the UK today!

Top giftcard exchange site, Cardyard, is perfectly poised to know which gift cards are the most popular, and based on last year’s sales, and current performance, here they are:

  1. Amazon
  2. iTunes
  3. John Lewis
  4. Tesco
  5. Asda
  6. Morrison
  7. M&S
  8. Sainsbury
  9. Next
  10. Google Play

Lea Knobbe, Cardyard’s Head of Operations said; “when you calculate the leading cards, simply by gift-card volume, the most popular giftcards that people want to buy tend to be the supermarket ones – Sainsbury’s, Tesco’s Asda and Morrisons – and that’s because everyone wants to save money on buying essentials. It’s a bit of a no-brainer. In fact whenever I do my food shopping, I’ll always check what gift cards we have first, so I can save a few percent off my shop.

“However when it comes to the big-money spends, Amazon, iTunes and John Lewis head up the list, simply because of the high-value gift-cards that people buy and sell. And as such, we offer a greater percentage discount off these”.

When money is tight, and every penny counts, it makes sense to visit Cardyard first, whether you are buying or selling giftcards.

Trading your giftcards on Cardyard is straightforward and you can soon release the cash from your gift-card so that you are free to spend it wherever you like.

Here are a few examples of how to make the most from #trading giftcards

Save money:

Buying giftcards

20% off Waterstones giftcard – buy a £25 giftcard for just £20

10% off Marks & Spencers giftcard – buy a £20 giftcard for just £18


Free up your cash:

Selling giftcard

Sell us your Sainsburys £20 giftcard and get £17.40 back in cash, or £18.27 into your credit account

Sell off your Amazon.co.uk £25 giftcard and get £22.50 back in cash, or £23.63 in credit.


Right now, when people want to save money, release cash, AND support their local shops, Cardyard has come into its own.


9th of July, 2020More blog posts