Sony Picture Digital Film Gifting Program...eWrap - The Review Wire Sony Picture Digital Film Gifting Program...eWrap - The Review Wire    

Last Minute Gift | Sony Picture Digital Film Gifting Program…eWrap

This post may contain affiliate links and/or Amazon affiliate links; I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Please see my full disclosure policy for details.

Sony's eWrap

Have you seen Sony’s new digital film gifting program yet? It’s called eWrap and it is so easy to use.

Right now, most of the titles available are from the past few years along with a few black and white titles but they do have a some new releases like Arthurs Christmas, MIB3, Hope Springs and The Amazing Spiderman.

The categories are broken down into:

  • Featured
  • Family
  • Drama
  • Comedy
  • Action

Or if you are unsure of what kind of movie to get, they offer a gift finder where you just need to answer several questions about the person who will be receiving it or what type of movie you are looking for like: “What’s on the soundtrack” or “How did it do at the box office”.

RELATED:  Arthur Christmas App: Movie Storybook Review

Once you find that perfect movie to send, you can virtually wrap your present by customizing the gift with ribbon, bows and wrapping paper! You can even add your own personal message.

Free immediate delivery makes this a great last minute gift: Sony Pictures Gift Store!

Sony's eWrapSony's eWrap

 

 

 

 

 

Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to the Sony Pictures Gift Store Review, products or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.

 

Sign up to Receive FREE Daily Updates with The Review Wire Newsletter!

Enter to Win a Year of Kiwi Crate! >>

Join the Review Wire Giveaway Groupies Facebook Group Banner. 2jpg        

You Might Also Like

Previous Story
Next Story

1 Comment

  1. Avatar
    Tara A.
    December 22, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    That’s really cute! I *love* wrapping gifts, to the point that I am willing to put gift cards in a box and wrap them all pretty. Something like this would definitely make me more likely to give a digital gift.

Comments are closed.