Valentine's Day Gift Guide:: Shop around the world with Paypal


Always loved shopping, and pride yourself on knowing just where to go online to find what you want? Yet at times the websites frequented seem to get stale – and you don’t know where to start because the Internet seems like a black hole of endless possibilities? 

Instead of having you spend hours scouring the Internet for gift ideas, PayPal has put together a Valentine’s Day gift guides designed for both him and her, featuring a selection of must-have presents from across the region.

From animal lovers to fitness fanatics and wanderlusters, PayPal’s gift guides have Valentine’s Day covered.  What’s more, each gift includes an exclusive promotional code which is valid on all PayPal purchases between 1 and 14 February 2015 – which means you can skip the cumbersome online credit card forms and purchase your gifts in just a few clicks with PayPal from the comfort of your home or while on the go.

PayPal ~ Gifts For Her

PayPal Gifts ~ For Him

For those who are looking for more extravagant gifts, why not book a romantic getaway?  PayPal Insights – The Travel Edition – South East Asia revealed that 38% of travellers in Singapore book tickets within one week of the actual travel date, so why not book a last-minute getaway for two? It couldn’t be easier and cheaper with apps such as Hotel Quickly, Agoda , Cebu Pacific or WTS Travel.

While the Internet offers an abundance of shopping options, the process can be cumbersome with the hassle of entering those lengthy credit card digits before you even arrive at the ‘checkout’ button. On top of it all, just how safe is shopping online?

With PayPal’s Buyer Protection and data privacy, you have ease of mind to shop anytime, from anywhere. If an eligible purchase doesn’t show up or shows up significantly different than described, PayPal will refund the full amount within 180 days after the transaction. What’s more, all financial information is securely stored and never disclosed to retailers, and you do not need to enter sensitive financial information every time you checkout.