It’s a problem we have all faced this time of year: Well-meaning Aunt Sally from Sheboygan sends you, ugh, a Wal-Mart gift card because she knows you’re “into music” and that Wal-Mart (technically speaking) sells music.
But we all know a Wal-Mart gift card is the Christmas present equivalent of taking your sister to prom — it’ll be an okay time, but it’s not what you’re after and has the huge potential to get awkward and weird fast.
Here’s your solution: Bring your unwanted gift cards to The Record Exchange and exchange them for store credit.
How, you ask? Don’t worry too much about how it works, just how you can make it happen: Visit The Record Exchange, do your shopping and bring your purchases and gift card(s) to the counter. We’ll treat the card(s) just like Record Exchange money.
Here’s the list of gift cards we accept:
Barnes and Noble