The Dailard School Foundation now sells Dailard Shopping Cards!
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What is a Dailard Shopping Card?
A Dailard Sopping Card is, basically, a coupon/voucher/gift card to a specific store with a specific cash value. When you buy, for example, $25 of shopping cards to Albertson’s grocery store (or Home Depot, or Target, or Old Navy), you can use it to buy $25 worth of groceries (or zip screws, or hand towels, or scarves).
Why buy Dailard Shopping Cards?
The DSF is selling shopping cards to raise money for its programs. The DSF buys the cards for less than cash value, so when you buy them at cash value, the DSF keeps the difference (which varies from 1.5% to 15%, depending on the store you buy cards for and the amount purchased).
To give you some examples, Albertson’s cards return 4%. Home Depot returns 5%. Target returns 2.5%. Old Navy returns 13%! There are currently 740 retailers participating in this program, including online stores.
How can you buy Dailard Shopping Cards?
You can create an account with our shopping service and purchase them online. You may choose to reload a card you’ve bought from Dailard, print a shopping coupon at home from your computer, or in some cases even transfer funds to your smartphone! We will also have a table set up with a selection of cards available for purchase at some Dailard events.
Dailard School Foundation is working with Great Lakes Scrip Center to provide Dailard Shopping Cards. Click here to register your family as participants in our shopping card program. The “Create an Account” button is inside the green “Family Sign Up” box on the left side of their page. Dailard’s enrollment code is 9LD4A95E394L5. Once your account is set up, you can create Favorites lists, browse for gifts, take advantage of higher percentage rates specials, reload plastic cards, and generate eCards.
Contact our shopping card coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.