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PayPal Now Accepts Prepaid Gift Cards

PayPal logo 140pxPayPal has announced that it now supports using prepaid gift cards through PayPal Checkout.

After months of research and investigations, we discovered a patent-pending and innovative way to allow the usage of prepaid gift cards so that you can seamlessly apply them to the purchase of products and services anywhere PayPal is accepted – just in time for the holidays!

PayPal notes that with the addition of prepaid gift card support: "As long as the merchants you are shopping with accept PayPal, you can be assured that you now have extra buying power on top of your existing debit, credit cards or banks."

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