It’s Valentine’s Day and you still have no idea what to get that special someone for today – and the clock is seriously TICKING.
Take my advice, get her/him a classroom, or maybe even a whole school. You can donate a game in their name. If you only have $9.99, you can donate just one game. That’s okay, we have all been on limited budgets. Maybe you’re in graduate school and broke – been there.
It’s simple. When you donate a game (which is super easy), for email, put YOUR SPECIAL SOMEONE’S EMAIL (Put your special someone’s address, like firstname.lastname@example.org because we don’t already know their email. Don’t literally put “YOUR SPECIAL SOMEONE’S EMAIL.” You may be thinking that is not necessary to tell people. You are wrong.) Under company put My Special Someone.
We will email your special someone a receipt and we will also email them a message that “your love, Bog Muggle,” donated in your name as a Valentine’s Day present. This is assuming that you put Bog Muggle as the name for the billing address. If that is not your name, I’m not really sure why you would do that, but, as I’ve said, we’re not judgmental. We will also make up good stuff about you, like that you have exceptionally good hygiene and that you told us that your special someone looks very thin in that sweater, just to make the email a little longer and more official looking.
If you ask us, nothing says true love like doing something generous and thoughtful.
To date, we’ve given out over 50 donated game site licenses to schools and libraries.
By the way, we have been asked if donors can designate a specific school or classroom. The answer is , “Yes”. Just put their information in the shipping address.
If you leave this blank, we will select a school for you.
Help students and get in good with your Special Someone, what else could you want?
P.S. Also makes a great gift to be given with roses if you’re one of those over-the-top romantic types.