Devour Phoenix Launches eGift Card Redeemable at More Than 30 Local Restaurants

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Picking a gift for a serious food enthusiast can be tricky to say the least. No friend or family member should be expected to keep track of which dining spots the restaurant lover in your life likes, dislikes, and can't wait to try.

Enter, the Devour Phoenix eGift card.

The new electronic gift card can be purchased online and is redeemable at dozen of the Valley's independently-owned restaurants in Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, and Gilbert.

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The Devour Phoenix eGift card can be purchased online in the following values: $10, $25, $50, or $100. You can then print if off at home, email to the recipient as a gift, or redeemed right from your mobile phone.

And unlike even the finest cheeses and best produce, they don't ever expire.

The gift card is redeemable at the following restaurants:

You can also view a complete list of locations on the Devour Phoenix website.

Devour Phoenix is a "city-wide coalition of independent restaurants operating under the Local First Arizona umbrealla." For more information about the eGift card or Devour Phoenix, visit the Devour Phoenix website.

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