Loop & Tie

Gifts that generate engagement, ROI and data 🎁 = 🤝🤑📊

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With Loop & Tie, send 1 or 1,000 people their choice of gift without inputting a single address. Support independent craftsmen, delight your recipients with gifts they'll love, and save yourself some time!

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Great product selection, super easy to use. I use if for family, friends and corporate gifting

    Cons: 

    I need more money to spend on gifts

    The platform is super slick and I can track all my gifting in one tool. Allowing people to choose their own gifts makes it really memorable experience for them.

    Vanessa Dawson has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Easy, streamlined, Uber for sending gifts, amazing UX.

    Cons: 

    Nothing! I love it.

    They don't show the price level you've chosen to the recipient which is wonderful, the recipient just receives a note and a link to a beautiful collection of thoughtfully curated gifts so it's very smooth socially as well. This is the perfect thing for almost anyone, a just-because gift for your Mom or the perfect thing for the family members or friends who are hard to shop for . My aunt likes novelty so I send her a Loop & Tie every year on her birthday, just because it's such a fun game for her choosing what she wants.

    Elien Becque has used this product for one year.
Discussion
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Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
Cool, are all the products on it made by independent creators? Seems like a cool way to support independent makers whilst getting something the best gift ever :D
AJ Adams
AJ AdamsMakerHiring@agrizzlyadams · Designer
@aaronoleary they sure are! We source all of our gifts from U.S. makers, and our collections are constantly updated thanks to the curation effort of a few team members with killer taste (looking at you, Micaela).
Anthony Gold
Anthony Gold@anthony_gold · Social entrepreneur and writer.
Looks like a very cool product. Plus anything @thoughtmerchant works on is spectacular.
Armand du Plessis
Armand du Plessis@armanddp · CTO, Hornet Networks
@thoughtmerchant @anthony_gold totally second that!
Steve Berry
Steve BerryMakerPro@thoughtmerchant · Principal at Thought Merchants
@anthony_gold @armanddp Thank you gents! (seen with a giant smile)
Steph Bagley
Steph Bagley@stephbags · COO @ Frequency
Looove this team and idea :) How fast can you send out the gifts?!
AJ Adams
AJ AdamsMakerHiring@agrizzlyadams · Designer
@stephbags you can send gifts immediately to beat the buzzer on any last-minute gift events or schedule gifts to hit your recipients' inboxes at just the right moment. Pro tip: with our Zapier integration you can automate and trigger gift sends, which unlocks cool abilities such as sending gifts when an enterprise client finishes a demo or a season ticket holder renews their seats.
AJ Adams
AJ AdamsMakerHiring@agrizzlyadams · Designer
Hi there hunters 👋 Until now, gifting has been stuck in the file-cabinet ages: impersonal one-size-fits-all gifts, painful logistics, and no feedback. Sending gifts—especially as an organization—sucked. That's what motivated us to build a gifting platform designed with the same features you've come to expect from other modern tools: automated and triggered gift events, gift scheduling, automatic address collection, branded and personalized communication, rich recipient feedback, and enterprise-grade scalability and security. Moreover, thanks to some folks on our team with exceptionally good taste, our gift collections are rad. You can send a gift collection at a flat price point (say $50, tax and shipping included) or create your own custom gift collection. TL;DR We created the gift of choice, and it's a game-changer. Select a collection, upload your recipients' emails, add your branding and a message, and hit send (or schedule). We're long-time fans of Product Hunt, which is why we're pumped to offer 15% off your first 20 gifts using code MEOWGIFTS. Give the gift of choice a spin, throw any question down in the comments, and please let us know what you think.