The smart alternative to giving delegates cash

The recently launched uChoose card allows conference organisers to give delegates access to funds without the hassle of cash.

UChoose CARD MOCKUP 3DMelbourne-based company 212°F has recently launched the uChoose card to allow conference organisers to give delegates access to funds without the hassle of cash.

212°F managing director Joe Wojcik said, “You have a free day or night and want them to enjoy the area you are in, either by shopping, a tour, an activity or enjoying a meal out with other delegates. Arranging allowances or cash is exhaustive and also a little worrying as you have lots of cash in envelopes.

The cards can be fully branded with your company logo, or your specific conference or event name on it.

“The Visa prepaid gift cards arrive with the set amount on them ready to be handed out to each delegate upon registration. All cards will be activated and ready to spend with no fuss required. The cards will give you another opportunity to brand the event. Delegates can use the card wherever they want and however they want,” said Wojcik.

“This is our most cost effective gift card with no minimum order numbers. We will work with companies to design their own card and have it set up and ready to go.”

The uChoose cards are available at a more competitive rate than if you were to purchasing prepaid Visa gift cards in store and can be bulk ordered and activated upon receipt.

While most in-store prepaid Visa gift cards sell for $5.95 plus the value load, uChoose allows companies to purchase multiple denominations of gift cards to be delivered to their office for distribution for only $2.95 + GST per card, plus a bulk shipment fee.

Cards are valid for 12 months and can be used multiple times until the balance is exhausted and there are no merchant fees for the cardholder.


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