Discounted gift cards will be available for purchase starting this Sunday, Feb. 14 through 24, while supplies last.
As part of the program, the HBA covers the cost difference, helping hometown businesses and giving residents more reasons to shop locally.
More than 125 small businesses are participating this year, so customers can get more for their money while supporting local eateries, retail shops, salons, wellness services, fitness studios, and more.
Many local businesses continue to expand their offerings, looking for creative ways to safely serve their customers, but are still in need of financial support following close to a year of disruption due to COVID-19.
Through the program, shoppers can purchase up to two discounted gift cards directly from each participating business.
In partnership with the Heal Hoboken Collective, in honor of Hoboken’s healthcare heroes, those who show their medical ID can purchase up to four discounted gift cards at each participating business.
“Our focus is to help drive spending to our local business community that has been hit hard by the pandemic by incentivizing customers to purchase gift cards now and have a reason to go back and visit later,” said Gregory Dell’Aquila, president of the Hoboken Business Alliance. “These businesses are the heart of Hoboken and help make our city a vibrant place to live, work, and visit. It’s critical we continue to show up and do what we can to help them thrive during these challenging times.”
Whether used for self-care, a gift for a loved one, or a night off from cooking, people can purchase gift cards from their local favorites or discover new businesses.
To purchase $25 gift cards for only $15 dollars, visit any of the participating locations during business hours from Feb. 14 – 24, while supplies last.
For more information on the Gift Card Program and a full list of this year’s participating businesses, visit http://hobokenbusinessalliance.com/share-the-love or follow Hoboken Business Alliance on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.