Prezzee doesn’t want the global supply chain issues ruin your holidays

Prezzee CEO Tony Karp

Supply chain issues continue to loom as we approach the eight week countdown to Christmas, and while retailers are urging Australians to start shopping early for Christmas, digital gifting platform, Prezzee is advising consumers to do the exact opposite.

Tony Karp, the Chief Executive Officer of Prezzee observed and shared some insights. 

“Prezzee alleviates the chaos of Christmas shopping, allowing you to take the what if out of delivery delays. Don’t let supply issues be the grinch and shop when it’s convenient.”

“The best part is you can literally jump online on Christmas morning and have a Prezzee eGift Card sent to your loved ones, giving them the ultimate gift of choice, this Christmas.”

With Prezzee, the sender can completely customise any Prezzee eGift Card with a photo of their choice, that can be sent along with a personal video, or voice message.

The Prezzee Smart eGift Card card unlocks access to more than 200 Australian retailers, meaning that the recipient will never receive a gift they don’t want. The sender can choose to schedule the eGift Card for arrival on Christmas Day, or purchase the day of Christmas.

Keep your loved ones at heart

“Prezzee has taken something that is relatively impersonal, and made it feel personal, with our personalised eGift Card feature. We recognise that many people may not be able to see their loved ones over the festive season due to travel restrictions.”

“Therefore it was important to find a solution to creating the closest thing to those magical moments, felt through the joy of gifting and receiving. With our personalisation feature we have been able to do that, while making gifting easy, fun and memorable, without hassle.”

Supply chain issues stemming from the shortage of shipping containers globally has loomed over Christmas shoppers. Australia Post is dealing with an unprecedented volume of packages, with drivers delivering more than 10 million parcels every week.

 Shop confidently without the “what if” this Christmas.