Culver’s Gift Cards: Give the Gift of Delicious for the Holidays
It’s always hard to find the perfect gift for teachers, grandparents and friends during the holiday season. While we wish it was possible to wrap a ButterBurger and place it underneath a tree, giving the gift of a Culver’s Gift Card shows your loved ones and Fresh Frozen Custard fanatics in your life how much you care, and opens a world of delectable and mouthwatering possibilities. Here are some of our favorites:
1. Surprise with some Sweet Potato Fries
For the thrill-seekers out there, a Culver’s Gift Card can be a VIP pass to try something new off the Culver’s menu. Discover the farmland specialty Beef Pot Roast Sandwich, eye up the stack of real Wisconsin Swiss on the Grilled Reuben Melt or even mix up your order with a side of Sweet Potato Fries–now available for a limited time.
2. Choose Wisconsin Cheese Curds
Show someone you care by sending a Culver’s Gift Card, redeemable for our famous real Wisconsin Cheese Curds. A gift of cheese actually means “I love you” in some Wisconsin communities (not really, but it should!).
3. Please with a Double ButterBurger Cheese
Most gifts aren’t made from fresh, never frozen Midwest-raised beef. They’re also not pressed and seared for full flavor and stacked with two slices of American. That’s where the Double ButterBurger Cheese comes in.
4. Shake it up with a gift of Fresh Frozen Custard
We all know at least one person obsessed with Culver’s Fresh Frozen Custard. You really think the colder winter months are going to slow their roll? With the help of a Culver’s Gift Card, you can make sure they have their frozen fix year-round.
5. Treat them to Tenders
Give someone the TLC they deserve: Tenders, love and Culver’s. Warning: A Culver’s Gift Card carries some difficult Chicken Tenders decisions. Original or Buffalo? Ranch, BBQ or Honey Mustard?
Is there someone in your life who deserves the gift of delicious? Purchase $25 worth of Gift Cards at participating Culver’s restaurants or online for a free Value Basket! Tell us about it on Facebook or share a photo with us on Instagram or Twitter using #culvers.