Virtual restaurant MrBeast Burger is launching a collectible gift card. Philanthropist and digital creator, Jimmy Donaldson announced the collectible MrBeast Burger gift card, redeemable in-store, in-app, and online. Donaldson, or MrBeast as he is known online, wanted to offer his fans the ability to both receive and send a MrBeast Burger gift card to friends, family, and loved ones during the holiday season.
The virtual restaurant MrBeast Burger is operated by Virtual Dining Concepts, the company that created the unique gift card artwork as a collector’s item to reward loyal fans.
“We know MrBeast’s fans would be excited to own and redeem the 1st limited edition print run of the gift card,” said Robbie Earl, Co-Founder, President of Virtual Dining Concepts. “New artwork will be introduced with subsequent card printings, so this first batch of cards is only here while supplies last.”
VDC partnered with TOTUS Gift Card Management to provide gift card issuance, program management solutions and fulfillment infrastructure for the digitally native brand.
“We’re honored to be powering the historic launch of the MrBeast Burger gift card,” said Mike Vogus, President of TOTUS. “As content creators and influencers become household names, the importance of having a robust omni-channel gift card program is becoming more and more relevant, and we’re thrilled to bring these products to market.”
MrBeast Burger gift cards can be purchased on the MrBeast Burger website in $25, $50, and $100 physical and digital card denominations. Gifting options, including real-time digital gifting, are also available. Future program enhancements, including a MrBeast Burger gift card + merchandise bundle and business ordering support for employee rewards and loyalty programs featuring the MrBeast Burger gift card, will be available early next year.
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