Gift giving season is here, and if you know a frequent customer of the Downtown area, your list just got easier. The Downtown Tucson Partnership and Local First Arizona partnered with InstaGift to create the Downtown Tucson Gift Card. Good at over 70 participating Downtown business, this eGift Card allows you to treat all of Downtown as one experience. Rather than choosing between the many businesses in Downtown, simply buy an eGift Card for your friends, family, customers and clients and let them do the choosing.
"When we buy gift cards that support local businesses, up to four times more money stays in our community,” said Erika Mitnik-White of Local First Arizona. “Purchasing a Downtown Tucson Gift Card introduces friends and family to unique local experiences, supports business owners who invest in our community and keeps more jobs and dollars in Tucson. It's a win-win-win."
This eGift Card, available for purchase online at www.downtowntucson.org, works like any gift card you might buy, with one great difference: it’s completely digital. Simply download the InstaGift app onto your smartphone and you can virtually access, view, and redeem your card.
Unlike a printed gift card, the eGift Card goes everywhere you do, reducing the odds that you might forget you have it and eliminating the possibility of losing it entirely, since you are able to access your account from any phone with InstaGift.
Right now, if you purchase $100 worth of Downtown Gift Cards at www.downtowntucson.instagift.com/ you will receive an additional $25 FREE!
In addition to this promotion, we have nearly 140 merchants in our district offering a local and personalized alternative to the crowded shopping malls and suburban outlets. Offerings include cool retro clothing to stunning locally crafted artworks, award-winning brews, and everything in-between! You can check out a complete list of our merchants at www.downtowntucson.org/visit/shopping/.
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The Downtown Tucson Partnership is committed to making Downtown Tucson the most dynamic urban center in the Southwest.More information about the Downtown Tucson Partnership can be found online at www.downtowntucson.org.