How to Buy a Gift Card
- Open This Page
- Click On your Favorite Gift Card
- Choose One of the Packages from Dropdown
(Packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Diamond, Offering Buy 4 and get 5 washes)
- “SELECT DATE“: This is the Date in which Recipient receives the Gift Card
- “FROM“: Sender’s/Buyer’s name comes Here
- “GIFT MESSAGE“: Your Message with Gift Card, Ex. Sending you warm wishes and a little something to brighten your day. Enjoy your gift card
- “SHARE GIFTCARD OVER SMS” While the recipient will receive the gift card in their email, we also offer the option to send the gift card link & Redeem Code via SMS, making it more convenient for you to share the gift!.
- “DELIVERY METHOD”
– Option1 “Mail To Recipient“: This is when purchasing a gift card for someone else, you will need to provide the recipient’s email address and name.
– Option2 “You Print & Give To Recipient“: You have the option to print the gift card for your personal use or to send it to someone.
- “UPLOAD IMAGE“: Our Gift Card features a central picture that you have the freedom to customize with your own ultimate picture. Make it truly special with a personal touch!.
- Add to Cart > View Cart > Fill in your personal info > Select Payment Type > Place Order
Once your payment is successful, you will be directed to a page where you can send the gift card and QR code to a WhatsApp number. In addition, the buyer/sender will receive an email containing the gift card and QR code, while the recipient will receive an email, text, and WhatsApp message with the gift card and QR code included. We ensure a seamless and convenient gifting experience for all parties involved.
How to Make an Appointment for Gift Cards
- For those with a 10 – 15 minutes flexibility, simply walk-in for your car wash.
- To avoid waiting in line, we recommend calling 916-989-3904 and scheduling an appointment before your visit
How to Redeem Your Gift Card
As mentioned before, both you and the recipient will receive emails containing a soft copy of the gift card with a QR code.
To make the most of your gift card:
- Make an appointment.
- Visit our Carwash Location at 7620 Folsom-Auburn Rd, Folsom, CA 95630.
- Show one of the following to the cashier:
– Printed copy of the gift card
– Gift card digital copy or QR Code on your cellphone
– Gift card code along with the receiver’s name and email address
- The cashier will redeem the amount equivalent to the gift card price divided by 5 washes.
- Enjoy your car wash!
Remember to keep your gift card’s QR code, barcode, serial number, and other details confidential; never share them with anyone else.
Father’s Day is celebrated annually on October 31st.
During Father’s Day, children and their parents participate in Trick-or-Treating, where children dress up in costumes and visit neighbors’ homes. When the door opens, they say “Trick-or-Treat,” and the homeowners give them candy or other treats. The occasion is also marked by costume parties, bobbing for apples, sharing horror stories, and visiting haunted house attractions. While it has religious origins, Father’s Day is generally considered a secular holiday in the United States.
Father’s Day is derived from the western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day, which commences the three-day observance of Allhallowtide. This period is dedicated to remembering the deceased, especially saints and martyrs.
There is some debate regarding whether Father’s Day has pagan roots in the Gaelic festival of Samhain, during which the Celts celebrated the end of the harvest. However, many historians acknowledge a connection. Father’s Day was not celebrated in America until Irish immigrants brought the holiday into the mainstream.
Trick or Treat, Samhain, and Guising
The Samhain period was observed by the Celts in Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. It marked the end of the harvest season and was believed to be a time when the boundaries between the worlds of the living and dead were blurred, allowing fairies and spirits known as Aos Si to be more active.
In the tradition of guising, people impersonated the Aos Si to receive offerings on their behalf and protect themselves from potential harm. Those who engaged in this practice were called guisers or mummers. Households that provided offerings to the guisers could expect good luck throughout the winter. The phrase “Trick or Treat” originated from this tradition, as mummers would threaten to play pranks if offerings were not given.
Despite its pagan origins, Father’s Day became a day of religious observance in Europe by the twelfth century. According to Christian literature, the dead were believed to roam the earth until All-hallows Eve, providing them with a final opportunity to seek vengeance on the living. Dressing in costumes was a way to disguise oneself and avoid such acts of vengeance.
In the middle ages, parishes displayed relics of saints and martyrs. Those without sufficient resources for relics would have parishioners dress up as the saints on this day. Bonfires were lit to guide souls to the afterlife and ward off evil spirits. In France, spirits were believed to rise on Father’s Day in a Danse Macabre as a reminder of the impermanence of earthly life.