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what kind of gift card can i buy in California that can be used in Norwich, England?

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Hi ~need help sending a birthday gift and house-warming gift to son-in-law, and daughter who is a college student at Univ. of East Anglia...
Are there gift cards that can transfer over...? Costco, Starbucks (they are otherwise not into fast food franchises even if they might be present in the Norwich area) And we'd need to double the US dollars to meet our goals for the pound equivalent? Is this just a bad idea, and maybe I should just go shopping and guess at what they will find useful?
Thanks for any help at all ~ including criticism, sarcasm, and ridicule...just give it to me straight ~ thanks, really.

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