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E-card, Physical card
£10.00 – £500.00
As featured by In Your Area, the new Sunderland Gift Card is a great way to give your loved ones, employees, colleagues and friends a treat of their own choosing – and support local business at the same time.
The card can be spent across the city in many ways, from shopping to cinema going, from eating out to hair and beauty services.
Embrace the gift of giving!
The Sunderland Gift Card can also be collected locally at any of these sales points Washington Library – Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens – Houghton Library -National Glass Centre – The Bridges Shopping Centre
PLEASE NOTE: If purchasing an E-card, the recipient must be able to add to Apple Pay or Google Pay wallet on their phone. Click here for more information
Sunderland is a vibrant and ambitious city that thrives at pushing the boundaries. Bursting with potential, you’ll find a wide range of activity and experiences to be enjoyed by all.
Locations to buy a Sunderland Gift Card:
Sunderland has become the first city in the North East to launch its own gift card scheme, as part of its on-going commitment to boosting the local economy.
The Sunderland Gift Card is being pioneered by Sunderland City Council and Sunderland BID, which has teamed up with Miconex, the company running the successful Town and City Gift Card scheme at major locations around the country.
You can buy a Sunderland Gift Card locally at these locations Washington Library - Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens - Houghton Library -National Glass Centre
- The Bridges Shopping Centre
And now businesses of all types – including hospitality, retail, experiential and professional services – are being invited to sign up for the scheme, which will allow the cards to be spent at their venues.