Hoboken Business Alliance launches 40% off gift card program for local businesses


The Hoboken Business Alliance has launched a new 40 percent off gift card program to aid local businesses throughout the month of September.

Screenshot via hobokenalliance.com/giftcards.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Our local businesses are truly the heart of Hoboken, and help make this city a vibrant place to live and visit,” HBA President Greg Dell’Aquila said in a statement.

“As a way to give back to those who are the fabric of our Hoboken home, the HBA Gift Card Program incentivizes residents and visitors to support local businesses by purchasing gift cards now and have a reason to go back and visit later.”

With more than 100 participating small businesses, customers will have the opportunity to get more for their money while supporting local retail shops, eateries, salons, barbers, fitness studios, among many other venues.

Through the HBA Gift Card Program, shoppers can purchase up to two discounted gift cards directly from each business.

The full list of participating businesses is available at hobokenalliance.com/giftcards and notes which options are offered by location, including a $25-value gift card for $15, a $50-value gift card for $30, or both.

As part of the program, the Hoboken Business Alliance will cover the cost difference, helping hometown businesses flourish and giving residents even more reasons to shop locally. The program will be active from today through September 30th.

“We are thrilled to participate in the Gift Card Program, which allows our customers to get even more for their money while visiting us, thanks to the HBA,” added Niki Klaczany, owner of Up & Out Salons.

“As a small-business owner, we take pride in being a part of this special Hoboken community and are so grateful to everyone who shops locally and supports us and so many other businesses here, especially in these more challenging times. We look forward to seeing all of our customers and friends as they continue to include us as part of their lives.”