Gift-giving is a sensitive art. You’re stuck attempting to balance thoughtfulness with prudence, a budget, and usefulness.
Rarely does a gift strike all chords at once…for example, that 1992 Collector’s Edition Lion King statue that you know your auntie would love may scream of thoughtfulness, but buyer’s guilt settles in as soon as you’ve clicked the “checkout” button, as you imagine it collecting dust on her armoire.
A whisk may be at the top of the practicality list, but it comes with a trade-off in thoughtfulness (who wants to open a Christmas gift with a whisk inside? Point made).
It’s difficult finding a practical gift that’s thoughtful but universal, convenient for both giver and receiver, and customizable.
Why Give a Smoothie Kit Gift Card?
Enter the smoothie kit gift card. Here are just a few of the reasons we love this as a gift for any occasion:
Everyone needs food, but instead of piling sweets on the celebrator, make merry with a guilt-free smoothie party in their mouth.
It’s an easy, last-minute gift:
Don’t mistake the easiness of this gift for a lack of thoughtfulness. Although it’s easy to send via mail or email, a smoothie gift card is fully customizable and allows the receiver to celebrate on their own terms.
It’s totally customizable:
The celebrator gets to select their own flavors!
Who Would Love a Smoothie Kit Gift Card?
Is a smoothie gift card only good for the health nut and fitness fanatics on your list, though?
Fuel up the athlete that you love with a protein-rich, energizing smoothie that improves performance and endurance.
Take our word for it and treat a mom you know with a smoothie gift card—it’s one less meal she’s cooking, one less dish to do, and 100% thoughtful in her never-ending battle for not-enough-time.
Kids, Teens, and Dads
School and work are early commitments that require lots of energy throughout the day…get their day started on the right foot with a mouthwatering tropical fruit smoothie.
Give the gift of better grades with a smoothie gift card that will allow the college student you love to spend more time at the library studying for midterms, and less time buying junk food or fretting over the fact they have no money for groceries.