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Allow guests to pay with a gift card over the phone, when ordering online with Toast Online Ordering, or in person at the POS system or kiosk using a contactless QR code. Online balance management is intuitive. Allow guests to look up their gift card balance online, and even add more value to it, whenever they want. Toast Gift Cards make it easy to sell, track, and manage gift cards from within your Toast POS system. Offer physical and digital gift cards that guests can buy online or in-store. Add Gift Cards to Your Toast Suite for $50 per Month To adjust an e-gift card balance, navigate to the Analytics and Reports header in Toast Now and select Guest, Gift Cards, and Loyalty reports.. Next, look for the header GIFT CARDS.Directly below it will be an option for Gift Card Balances.Select the View Report link.. Use the dropdown menus to search for the specific card you re looking to adjust. Gift cards are the perfect way to reach new customers or reward loyal guests. Give plastic resources a call at 833-290-5684 or contact us about getting gift cards encoded for your Toast POS system. Get an Instant Quote. Request Free Samples. Gift Cards for Toast POS Systems At we manufacture custom gift cards that are compatible with most POS systems. We also support Toast POS, a very popular restaurant point of sale system, and we have been providing many Toast customers with their custom gift cards. Conduct customer service Horrific wipeouts were bound to occur. Two- and three-wave hold-downs likely. This was the real problem. Walsh might have been an extraordinary surfer, but he was a damn ordinary breath holder. I was really bad at it, he says. I never told anyone, it was my secret, but when I started thinking about paddling big waves, I maxed out at a thirty- to forty-second breath-hold. That can be a one wave hold-down at Jaws. He guided my hand below his rib where the skin was knotted and rubbery. I got stabbed, he said. I never did anything to this dude. Never even looked at him, and he sharpens a goddamn toothbrush and tries to kill me with it. I angled toward her again, and again she didn t move. I placed my hands on her defenseless head, and she didn t stop me. I kissed her every way I could think of. I kissed her forehead like she was my daughter. I kissed her quivering eyelids like she was my dead mother. I kissed her hard on her cheeks like you do before you kill someone. I kissed her collarbone the way you do when you want more. I pulled her earlobe with my teeth the way you do when you know what someone likes. I did everything, and she sat as pliable as a doll. If you let me, I said, I can forgive you. Starting my circuit of kisses again, I made my way to her neck. She shifted her head slightly so I could touch my nose where her pulse beat close to the surface. But the thrill wore off fast, like the rush of a homemade drug, the way the cheap stuff hits you hard but leaves you hungry in an instant. I moved to the other side, hoping she would tilt her head the opposite way, allowing me access to all of her. Just ask me, I said, my voice barely more than a rumble in my chest. Ask me and I will forgive you. I held her now she was limp, but she didn t resist. Ask me, Georgia, I said. Ask me so I can say yes. Creating your first post