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    Websites that offer goods to be sent as 'gifts'?

    Needless to say this website has sorted out all my Xmas gifts for me. What I'd like to do though is make purchases and send them as gifts to my friends and family, is there any way I can do this so I don't have to reveal my prices / retailer (even though I can live with the retailer).

    As far as I'm aware Amazon are the only ones who do this. Anyone got any other ideas?

    Zak.

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    I know your aware of amazon but just to let you know I have ordered from them for 6 yrs and have items gift wrapped and sent to inlaws without any problems. Invoices always come to me.

    Sorry I know I not answered your question but just thought I would let you know my experience with amazon

    A kind and caring uncle ordered a copy of Tales of Beedle the Bard for his 13-year-old nephew. How sweet! He paid extra to have the gift carefully wrapped by Amazon. How generous! He had it ordered and delivered to his nephew’s home in time for Christmas. How thoughtful!

    Sadly, not only did Amazon gift wrap the present, but they then proceeded to package the book in a box with the title printed all over it:

    courtesy of bitter wallet



    http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/consumerist/2008/12/failwrap.jpg



    harrods do beautiful gift wrapping - decent price as well!!:thumbsup:

    marks&spencer do it too-i ordered a hamper and although they don't wrap it thay will give you the option to send it without any invoices inside.
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