So your work colleague is leaving and you are in charge or organising a farewell gift? Who really knows what they want?? Here’s some great ideas but better still, use Grouptogether.com to collect the money from the gang and then print a voucher to let your friend pick the gift card that’ll give them exactly what they want – from fabulous tech to a bucket list experience. Relieves all the pressure of working out exactly what to get, and wondering if they really will like it! Here are some favourites!
Now there’s time to enjoy the finer things. Give a Scotch or Wine appreciation course from Redballoon or a beautiful range of bottles from Dan Murphy’s. Redballoon’s “The Story of Whiskey“, for example, lets you taste 8 different whiskeys and understand their origins.
Let your friend choose a gift card from our range (you give them a voucher to click a link and choose) or choose an e-gift card yourself to choose for them. It saves you the hassle of paying with your credit card and transferring the money to your account.
Choose any hamper from our hamper partners Little Kisses or Snowgoose. We love their exquisite packaging and great customer service.
We’ll give you a gift card to spend with them.
They send the hamper to you to give or straight to your friend.
OMG who doesn’t need this after the trauma of packing up and saying goodbye?! Some time devoted to pampering or wellness is a good way to disconnect and refocus for the next challenge. A gift card from endota spa has everything from massage to laser treatments to shake off the old and prep for the new. They have spas nationally.
Who needs more stuff cluttering up a desk or shelf? It’s great to have something useful but beautiful too – and even better if it reminds you of old friends.
The Daily Edited lets you monogram their stylish range of bags, luggage, phone cases, notebooks and more.
You choose – Give your friend a gift card or get the gift card yourself and order the gift online, already monogrammed and packed and ready to give. Brilliant!
Easy! Give a DJs eGift card for some new luggage. That gear that back packed through Europe might not be looking too schmick anymore! And if while they’re cruising through DJs they spot something they’d prefer, well great. Glad they’re happy! Or if you know they need luggage, grab the eGift card yourself, order it online to have delivered. Done and you haven’t left your desk. If they prefer a different size, they can easily change it. Genius!
Whether they’re determined to get fit and want wireless headphones or Apple watch, want fab headphones to binge watch without disturbing the Mrs or need a new laptop now that they don’t have the one from work, they’ll be happy with a JB Hifi eGift card. Easy. Or if you prefer to choose, use the GroupTogether gift card to order what you want from JB Hifi and have it delivered to the office, ready to give. Done!
If you know exactly what farewell gift you want to give – great. We can supply the gift card for you to order it online and get it delivered to you wrapped and ready to give. Or…. print out our gift voucher with a link on it and let your friend choose from our large range of gift cards to buy any of the ideas above or anything really! They know what they really want or need.
There’s something for the happy camper (BCF), the movie enthusiast (Event), the gamer (JB Hifi), the gourmet (Good Food card), the adventurer (RedBalloon) and more.
You can buy the farewell gift through GroupTogether in a few ways:
1. Let them choose their own gift card. It’s like a virtual mall. We give you a voucher to print and give. It has a link to click to choose the gift card they want. The cards are valid for 3 years and they don’t get lost because they stay in your phone!
2. You choose. Send the voucher to yourself and choose the gift you want to give.
3. Send a hamper. We give you a gift code to use as credit with the hamper retailer.
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