The cards are available in increments of $15, $25 and $50, which amount to 150, 250 and 500 Facebook Credits to use in our favorite games, respectively. These cards serve as the perfect gift for your younger or less fortunate family members who happen to be social gamers because they allow players without credit cards to buy virtual goods. And after Facebook's "deals" with companies like Zygna, CrowdStar and EA, there are plenty of places to spend the social gold. It looks like Facebook is going to have a very merry Christmas this year thanks to the impulse buy section.
What do you think of Facebook Credits as gifts? Would you ever give a family member one of these Christmas? Would you want one as a gift? Let us know in the comments. Add Comment.