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Why buy $5 coffee when you can have porn? 

After the holiday gift bonanza, you’re likely sitting on a handful of gift cards you probably won’t redeem—not even for a free meal.

Don’t worry. There’s a website that can turn $25 at Starbucks into a happy ending after all.

 

At Naughty America you can trade unwanted gift cards for access to dozens of online porn sites, boasting a combined total 5,000 videos and 2,000 porn stars, according to company founder Andreas Hronopoulos.

 

The exchange site (safe for work) has an extensive list of 89 different gift card brands you can trade for porn, including Best Buy, Walmart, Victoria’s Secret, and Target.

 

“Nothing says America like the freedom of choice,” Hronopoulos said in a press release. “This is a great deal for the holidays. Instead of using a gift card for a $5 coffee, you’re getting a porn subscription.”

 

The exchange rate depends on how much your gift card is worth. For example, $15 gets you 16 days of access, $40 gets you 43 days, and $100 gets you 344 days.

 

The exchange site is completely anonymous and doesn’t require a credit card, so your loved ones will never find out how you really spent their money.

 

Unfortunately, not everything is exchangeable for porn. If you ended up with a gift card from iTunes or Amazon, you’re stuck getting porn the old-fashioned way.

 

H/T Huffington Post | Photo via Leilani Elderts/Flickr

 
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