by David Mazzucchelli and Dan CaffreyBloomberg News – December 24, 2016 12:39:22Digital cards from brands like Apple, Samsung and others are often cheaper than digital Christmas cards.

But they are more complicated, and some parents may want more flexibility with their gift.

Here’s what you need to know about Christmas gift cards.

What is a digital Christmas Card?

Digital cards are digital copies of existing cards and are designed to look like a real gift card.

The cards are usually printed on a chip that is a physical object and cannot be scanned.

Digital cards also have a limited supply of physical cards.

Most retailers and banks do not accept digital cards as payment.

What are the advantages of a digital card?

Digital Christmas cards can be a lot more convenient.

They are a lot cheaper, and can last longer than a regular gift card because they are printed directly on a physical card rather than being scanned.

They can also be more personalized.

You can also save money by buying the gift card online.

A digital Christmas Christmas card can be used in your wallet for up to 30 days, compared to a traditional gift card, and it costs about $1.25 per card compared to about $3.50 for a traditional card.

Digital Christmas gift card options can also help you save more on taxes.

Many retailers, such as Target, Amazon, Macy’s and Kohl’s, allow you to add a $1 surcharge to your gift card purchase.

The $1 credit is not a debit card transaction fee, so it is not subject to income taxes.

The $1 charge is usually applied to your card balance after you have made your purchase, and is usually waived for most consumers.

Digital card issuers and card issuances have a variety of options to make your gift a better value.

Some retailers also offer a variety on-line gift options.