Gift & Grocery Cards

Using Gift Cards at popular vendors is an easy way to support Beth El!

Purchase Local and National Gift Cards and Grocery Cards, and Beth El makes money – at no extra cost to you!  The retailers and restaurants available through this program are numerous, ranging from Dick’s Sporting goods and iTunes to William Sonoma and Giant Eagle.

We carry a large assortment of gift cards, including ones such as Boston Market, Eat ‘n Park and Bruegger’s Bagels that are not available at Giant Eagle.  While most gift cards are for amounts ranging from $10 to $100, cards can be purchased for larger amounts by special order. Check the Complete list of Retailers (link downloads a pdf) available!

Restaurants available through this Gift Card program are not certified kosher by Beth El.  Eating kosher fish and cooked vegetables in non-certificed restaurants shall not be construed as a violation of Conservative dietary laws.

Gift Cards

ORDER ONLINE Through Beth El and pick up your cards at the Beth El office.

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Order online through ShopWithScrip.com by signing up  and using Beth El’s enrollment code: B7C8379D1122.

Questions?
Email Tibey Falk or Ileen Felser with any questions or special orders for gift cards.

Grocery Cards

Questions?
Email Beth Unger with any questions about Grocery Certificiates

 

 

 

 

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