New York City-based jewelry retailer JewelryTV recently announced a new program where customers can receive $1 in bitcoin for a giftcard, or $500 in credit card credit, in exchange for a purchase.
The gift card, called a gift account, is available for use within two business days after the purchase, with an annual limit of $10,000.
The credit card is good for up to $5,000, and it’s valid for up and up to three years.
The program is one of several similar programs on the market that allow bitcoin payments to be made without having to use a bank account.
The most notable, however, is an online gift card service called Paypal.
But the two sites also allow customers to make online purchases of bitcoin without the need for a bank.
According to the site’s terms and conditions, customers can redeem the gift card at any Jewelry TV store, including online, by purchasing merchandise with a credit card, or by using a debit card.
The online payment option is free to use.
The offer is valid until September 29.
To qualify, customers must be living in the United States and must be 18 years or older, or have a valid driver’s license or state ID card, as well as an active membership in the Jewelry Television network, according to the terms and terms of service.
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