While we’ve made some progress in the U.S. in terms of reopening certain things in certain places, there’s still a backlog with shipping services (USPS, DHL, etc) that seem to be taking longer than usual to ship. (I’ve also noticed that its tracking information isn’t always accurate.)
This can be frustrating, especially for customers who purchase items intended as Father’s Day gifts. With the delays, even customers who shop in a timely manner may not get their orders on time. Plus, there are always going to be last-minute shoppers even when conditions are ideal.
To accommodate as many of your customers as possible and to help you bring in as many last-minute sales as you can, I had my designers create a new series of printable cards that say “Your gift is on its way!” for Father’s Day. The cards also leave space for you to add an image of the item(s) your customers ordered so recipients can see what gift(s) they’re getting.
These cards give your customers a Plan B. They make it so customers still have something to give their loved ones on Father’s Day in case their orders don’t arrive in time.
We’ve also got a couple of COVID-19 inspired cards for you!
I had similar gift card images created for Mother’s Day, Christmas, and Hanukkah, and they’ve worked really well. Here’s some of the feedback I’ve received about these images in the past:
Below, you’ll find a preview of the Father’s Day gift card images my designers created. There are 20 unique images in total (including ones specific to COVID-19):
I hope you love and get a lot of use out of them.
Opt-in below to download the complete set of images:
If you’re unsure whether your customers’ Father’s Day orders will arrive on time, just add an image of the ordered item to the gift card and send it to your customers.
Then, let your customers know they can print the gift card out and give it to the intended recipient. That way, no one will be left empty-handed this Father’s Day.
I hope these images help keep your sales high and cancellations and refunds low with delivery delays and last-minute shoppers!
Let me know what you think of these images by leaving a comment below. And if you found them useful, please consider sharing this post with your friends and followers!