Why Happy Cards Are Teens Choice In A Gift Card


Teens Choice Gift Card

Gift cards are a great gift idea and perfect for teens. I’m sharing why Happy Cards® are teens choice in a gift card and the benefits of using a Happy Teen gift card. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Happy Cards®.

Teens Choice Gift Card

Why Happy Cards Are Teens Choice In A Gift Card

As a parent of teen boys, it can be challenging to find the perfect gift. Our boys each have different styles in clothes, music, and shoes. They also regularly ask for money, and this doesn’t change even after they get their first job. I recently discovered a solution to this problem, Happy Cards®. These gift cards are great because you can give the gift of choice by selecting a gift card for a specific occasion or person. Happy Cards® have gift cards specifically for teens, and I was thrilled to see a variety of options that are perfect for our teen boys.

Teens Happy Gift Card

Why Happy Teen Gift Card®?

Here’s the reason why Happy Teen gift cards work. First, they can be used at stores/brands teens shop at, such as American Eagle, Nike, Sephora, and Under Armour. You can also use them at Regal Cinemas, Dave & Buster’s, Jamba Juice or Barnes & Noble locations in the US.

Benefits of using a Teens Happy Gift Card

Second, our teens can stay on budget by having a certain amount loaded on the gift card. With a new school year just around the corner, it’s time for back to school shopping. I can give each teen a Happy Cards® gift card and drop them off at the mall. They shop at American Eagle, Nike and Under Armour, so they can go into each store and shop for themselves. This also teaches them to be responsible and stay on budget. If they are each given a certain amount, they will need to keep track of what they are spending.

Benefits of using a Teens Happy Gift Card

Then after a day of shopping, if they have money left over, they can treat themselves to a movie at Regal Cinemas or have a game day at Dave & Buster’s. Another benefit of giving your teen a Happy Teen gift card is they don’t have to worry about losing money. I can’t tell you how many times I have asked my boys what they did with the $20 I gave them, and they couldn’t account for it. With a gift card, they can keep track of their balance and don’t have to worry about spending a dollar here or a dollar there.

Benefits of using a Happy Cards®

Another benefit to using a gift card with your teens is the mock practice for a credit card. Teens will turn into adults and open a credit card account with a limit. By using a gift card with a limit, they will have the practice and control of their spending. Instead of swiping their gift card every chance they get, they have to understand they have a limit on that card, the same as a credit card and to budget accordingly.

Where can you find Happy Gift Cards

You can find Happy Cards® at Gift Card Mall displays at retailers nationwide and online at GiftCards.com/Happy. There is no activation fee to purchase or to use Happy Cards®. Giving someone a gift card from Happy Cards® is a great gift idea. You don’t have to worry about finding the perfect gift or even selecting a specific store gift card. With Happy Cards®, they offer a variety of places for teens, for the foodie, new bride, Happy Her, Happy Him, and the list goes on.

teens choice in a gift card

Happy Cards® Gift Card Giveaway

Now it’s your turn! We’re giving away (1) $100 Happy Teen gift card! We want you and your teen to have this same experience and try Happy Cards®. Are you just as excited about this as we are? If so, drop us a line below and tell us how your teen would use a Happy Teen gift card.

We will pick one lucky winner by August 21st, 2019. {This is open to U.S. consumers only}

Teens Happy Gift Card

Back to school shopping just got a whole lot easier by letting our teens have a Happy Teen gift card. Head over to Happy Cards® website to learn more about the Happy Teen gift card, as well as all the other gift card ideas they have.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Happy Cards®.

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56 Comments

  1. Carey R
    August 13, 2019
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    Girl we are struggling this year because my kids don’t understand limits! I’ve have tried hard but they seem to think money falls off trees! This would be a good way for them to have to learn to budget what they have for back to school shopping… and it could be a good way for me to give them a monthly set amount and once it’s gone it’s gone! Thanks for a chance to win one to try this method out !!

    • Natalie Miller
      August 15, 2019
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      This card would work great with my teen daughter. Teach her responsibility as howto set limits and not over spend. She recently just came back from Washington D.C.. She had a gift card and her debit card with a nice amount of money in them. However, she still called me and told me that she needed note money. I explained to her before she left that she has enough money to buy and or play with the money on her cards. I sent her more money but explained that she should not had to call me about money and bugeting what she has. I think this would be a great opportunity for her to try again and value this experience along with reading the information you provided. Thank you

      • Zubaidah teal
        August 15, 2019
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        My daughter (16) is pretty good at stretching money out but she’s never had a card to use before so I think it’ll be a great learning experience for her. I’m sure she will want to spend it at thrift stores since that’s her new thing. Lol thanks for the opportunity!

    • Ashley m
      August 15, 2019
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      My daughter would use it for school shopping. I give her a limit of what we will spend..but all her friends are getting a bunch of name brand and she wants the same. I try telling her tonsave her money and not just buy things for 1.00 or 5.00 here and there..

      • August 15, 2019
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        My 16 yo son would probably use it to buy new wrestling shoes. He’s the complete opposite to my 12 yo daughter, who has no idea the value of money. He gets it and tries to use his own money when he can. I definitely will be looking into this for my daughter maybe then she’ll get the concept that money is not unlimited.

  2. Tammy V.
    August 15, 2019
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    My teen would enjoy some new clothes. He gets the hand-me-downs from his older cousins, so he’d be happy to head out with some money of his own to purchase something new!

    • Jesika Davis
      August 15, 2019
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      My teen could use this card to buy clothing and shoes of course for her senior year of school. It’s all about style on a budget with her so she could find this very very useful.

  3. Jaymee clark
    August 15, 2019
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    Thank you for the chance to win! My son is 14 and very picky so this could help him pick his own back to school gear.

  4. Shantell Bentley
    August 15, 2019
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    How my teen would use the Happy Teen GIFTCARD she is 17 now and will be 18 next year and it is time she know how to use a card because it will be something of her own and would teach her responsibility and how to balance her own money. She will also get to see where her money goes preferred to using cash. She is at that age she wants a job and she just want her own and to be able to do for herself and buy what she wants.

  5. Tiffany ludy
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter would love to win, she has been dealing with major depression due to bullying for over a year at school. I think this card would really help her self esteem and also teach her to manage money properly.

  6. Bambi Burnham
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter is struggling with understanding how money works. It’s very abstract to her. She believes cash is unlimited. We are working explaining wages,taxes and how much it takes to run a household.

    Something like thisay help her visualize the system better in terms of seeing a starting balance and watching how the money disappears as you spend it. It’s a tangible representation

  7. Monica Dolce
    August 15, 2019
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    My son would use a happy teen gift card towards new shoes! He’s obsessed with shoes!

  8. Jamie Begarowicz
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter is suddenly REALLY into clothes so I know she would do a wonderful job savvy shopping with the help of her coupon crazy mom 😂

  9. Nasea D
    August 15, 2019
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    Having two girls that are 11 and 13. Shopping can be a chore for all!! A happy. Are would make us all happy and hep with this years school transition. 🙂

  10. JENNIFER BLUM
    August 15, 2019
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    Back to school shopping is always hard after spending every last dime to keep my daughters entertained and fed during the summer, especially on a limited budget! But, who isn’t on a budget? My teenage daughter is starting high school this year and wanting *cool* new clothes and shoes for school. She is also starting to want tear a little makeup, which we know as up. She has worked some odd jobs to earn some money this summer o pay for some things. I’m on disability and would love to surprise her with a gift card to let her go shopping and have some fun with her sister or a friend!

  11. Amanda
    August 15, 2019
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    Would love this for my daughters. Great to set a budget and see how far they can make the money go.

  12. Lesley Hartzler
    August 15, 2019
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    My teen would definitely love to try out this gift type of gift card! She loves Barnes and Noble too and really needs some new school clothes, since she is almost as tall as I am!

    • August 15, 2019
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      My son would love this card to buy some joggers and new shoes!$$$ he grows so much It’s hard to keep up w him! Thank u for the opportunity to win!

  13. August 15, 2019
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    My oldest son just became a teen, so we’d love to WIN!! I’m loving that Happy Cards made a gift card just for teens and focuses on the places they love to shop and visit with their friends. We’d use this for back to school shopping at all of his favorite stores. He lost 20lbs over the summer and nothing fits from last year.

  14. Emily G
    August 15, 2019
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    My 13 year old teen daughter is trying to send me to the poor house. 😊

  15. Jessica Wood
    August 15, 2019
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    What a great idea! This card would definitely make my teen think twice before each purchase. I think he’d make some wise purchases as far as a few pieces of clothing for school and maybe save a few dollars for gaming.

  16. August 15, 2019
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    My mom just acquired custody of my niece who is 12. This would help my mother so much to help her get school clothes

  17. Aubrey Thran
    August 15, 2019
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    This would be perfect for my 13 & 15 y.o I struggle shopping with them or picking out things they would enjoy and being on a single mom budget school shopping can be a little overwhelming. This is a great idea and gives them some independence as well.

  18. Dawn D
    August 15, 2019
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    This would be a great way for my two teens to learn responsibility by being in charge of their spending.

  19. Kim
    August 15, 2019
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    My kids are not yet teens but we are already trying to teach them the value of money and how to budget! This sounds like a great tool to help with learning how to budget money!!

  20. Kirsten Buchino
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter would love to be able to go get some items for school, because she doesn’t always get things that she really wants, due to prices. She knows that I won’t spend a ton of money on things and she honestly doesn’t even ask.

  21. Cherish Montney
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter would love a Happy Card to do some of her own shopping. It will also teach her the value of money and making her choices in purchasing. It would also make for some fun for her and a friend to go shopping together. Thanks for the chance to win!

    • Bonnie Russell
      August 15, 2019
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      I am trying to teach my step son about money and with this he would need to keep track of his own balance. $100 is a good amount for him because he is pretty cautious with his money, but he would spoil himself with this. I think he would start a Jamba Juice and then go shopping at one of his favorite stores American eagle. I would leave it up to him to decide. I also have a feeling he would take his crush out on a date to regal cinemas. I guess we will have to see!

  22. Sara Campbell
    August 15, 2019
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    My oldest would use it for new clothing since he is outgrowing all of his clothes. I think he would enjoy picking out and paying for his own clothing.

  23. Tiffany Lusk
    August 15, 2019
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    My daughter is 17, and a senior in high school. She is also dual enrolled in college, and would love to win a gift card so she can buy some new clothes before school starts in September. With this card, she would be able to go clothes shopping with friends, instead of having her mom tag along to pay for her stuff.

  24. Mandi Sronce
    August 15, 2019
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    My son isn’t quit a teen yet but he says he would spend $50 on clothes and other needed items and $50 on toys but he would check the clearance sections first.

  25. Hollie Jahnke
    August 15, 2019
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    My kids would probably buy school clothes or new shoes for basketball.

  26. Nerlande
    August 15, 2019
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    I would use the gift card towards new clothes and to go to the movies since I don’t get to do that a lot.

  27. Kristin Russell
    August 15, 2019
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    My son has been asking for new school clothes this year. A gift card would allow him to go on his own and choose wat he really wants.

  28. Brittany L
    August 15, 2019
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    This card would be Great for teaching responsibility and managing money for my teen. He doesn’t understand the concept of needs vs wants when it comes to his wardrobe. This card would be great because it has a limit and he would have to keep track of how much he is willing to spend on back to school shopping. I will still get the basics he needs such as socks, breifs, and undershirts but he can pick out exactly what he wants.

  29. Maggie Smith
    August 15, 2019
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    You had me at Nike! I know Dexter would buy some new kicks or a few hats! This is such a great idea!

  30. Ashlee
    August 15, 2019
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    My son would love this giftcard, he recently came out to me as being transgender, and he is having some major anxiety with going back to school, he desperately wants others to recognize him as a Male. I think this would help him have a great start! So he could get clothing that will better suit him! He is such a wonderful young man and he is a phenomenal artist. He makes me so very proud of every way! It takes a lot of strength to come out as a different gender. I commend his strength everyday!

  31. Brenda Johnson
    August 15, 2019
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    My teen would love the Happy Teen gift card. He would absolutely enjoy the opportunity to “be an adult”, picking out his own clothes and paying for them. And I wouldn’t have to worry about over spending!

  32. Jeff Hodge
    August 15, 2019
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    I would use this to give to my son to do some of his own clothes shopping. He always thinks the clothes I pick for him are ugly, I guess I’m not as fashionable as he is!

  33. Maryann Appling
    August 15, 2019
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    With my son being on the spectrum. This will help him be more independent in our community. Having his own gift card, will help him be more grown up and not feel like he can’t doing anything because of him being on the spectrum. This will also teach him the value of money and also to learn to budget.This will make him feel so proud to do these sort of things on his own.

  34. brittany yurczak
    August 15, 2019
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    i am a teenager myself, and this card would allow me to get new clothes before i start another year of college! college is so expensive, and the cost of living in an apartment is a lot too, so it’s hard to find extra money to spend on clothes before the school year begins! winning this giveaway would be a blessing 🤩

  35. Sandra
    August 15, 2019
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    We would probably use it to get books at Barnes and Noble or Regal Cinemas.

  36. Janice Cooper
    August 15, 2019
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    This awesome fun gift card would get much use at Dave and Busters!!

  37. Amy B
    August 15, 2019
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    What an awesome gift card! Thank you for the helpful blog post and the chance to win one! I would love to win this and gift this to my niece who’s starting college in a few weeks!

  38. Dionne Key
    August 16, 2019
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    As a single Mom of a pre-teen, money is always tight! Between #teacherlife and just life in general, sometimes I forget to just let loose and have a good time with my daughter. As she’s getting older, it’s harder to figure out just what to get her. So it would be fun to have a day where she can do shopping at Sephora and also have some game time at Dave & Buster’s. If there is any money left, she could also get a few more back to school items from Nike or Under Armour or enjoy a movie with friends. This is a great idea, and will probably be on my gift list for her at Christmas. Thanks for the chance to enter!

  39. Helen
    August 17, 2019
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    My teen would hopefully use this card to do some back to school shopping.

  40. Carolsue
    August 17, 2019
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    My teenage son LOVES Dave & Busters! He and his friends would love to have this so they could play some more games there!

  41. Tara Peterson
    August 18, 2019
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    This is brilliant. I actually wish this type of stuff was around when I was younger so I learned how to manage money a little better as a teen/early college student. I think it’s a great opportunity for our kids to gain some independence without us having to worry about them as much with their spending while out with friends. Plus, no cash is way safer !

  42. Michelle J.
    August 18, 2019
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    My kid would love to get some clothes, and then a Jamba Juice after shopping.

  43. Holly Engler
    August 18, 2019
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    I’d love to win! My son truly thinks money grows on trees and doesn’t understand why we don’t just buy, buy, buy. This is a great way to help him learn responsibility!

  44. jeremy mclaughlin
    August 18, 2019
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    My two teenage sons would love to be able to buy new shoes.

  45. Neiddy Ruiz
    August 18, 2019
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    Happy Cards are such a great idea. Pefect for gifts or just because! My teen would probably ended up using it all at Dave & Busters. Thank you for the chance to win !

  46. Miranda
    August 18, 2019
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    For Dave and Busters!

  47. Gary
    August 18, 2019
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    I think he would love some new Nikes!

  48. Bill
    August 18, 2019
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    Books at Barnes and Noble

  49. Nidhi C
    August 19, 2019
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    They would use it for school shopping. New Nike shoes would be wonderful.

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