Tag: Holiday GiftsView All Tags
Ryanair sells gift vouchers that recipients can use towards flights and the current sales of these are apparently at least 10 percent higher than last Christmas time. The airline's theory on the increase in sales is that this kind of present is a "low budget, high impact" one.
It's only low budget if you buy the stingy minimum voucher of £20 or €25 (around $30) but your friend or family member will be lucky to get a one way ticket out of that. Of course, there are some people on our Christmas list we'd like to give a one way ticket to. Perhaps Ryanair is really onto something.
· Ryanair Gift Vouchers [Official Site]
· Ryanair Confirms Large Increase in Sale of Vouchers [Peanuts]
· Ryanair Coverage [Jaunted]
[Photo: Aitor Escauriaza]
Want to join the ranks of the do-gooders this holiday season?
A Jaunted reader pointed us to the Change for Good UNICEF program, which is perfect for the constantly travelin' set. Pretty much you just gather up all your unused foreign currency and send it off to UNICEF.
I'm going to gather all my little caches of coins and small-denomination bills, and mail 'em off. Lempiras, Aussie dollars... you name it. I end up with a little of everything when I get home from a trip, and my nieces and nephews have enough coins by now.
We know we have some Bahamian dollars and Euros lying around here that we can ship out.
Instructions on how to give post jump.