Giving Away 3 Amazon.com Gift Cards: $50, $30, and $20.

by J. Money on Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Mr. RebatesHow sexy is that? 3 gift cards for 3 beautiful blog readers! Just think of all those books, cds, or random toys you can get yourselves :)

Today’s giveaway is sponsored by Mr. Rebates: A cash-back shopping website that offers over 1500 stores plus money-saving online coupons that you can stack with the every day cash-back savings. Some of the top name brand stores include favorites like Macy’s, Sears, Travelocity and more.

Entering is super easy to do.
Check out today’s sponsor and let us know what you think, that’s it! Do you find the site helpful? Could you see yourself taking advantage of the discounts it provides? Personally, I don’t see how you couldn’t like a site that shares tons of coupons, but it’s your world baby. Just leave a comment and considered yourself entered.

And if you’re a blogger and want even more brownie points (and 2 additional entries) blog about the giveaway w/ a link back here, and I’ll include these extra entries when randomly selecting the winners (you’ll get the 2 spots directly after your comment, for a total of 3 entries) It’s totally up to you though, just be sure to leave the link in the comments so I can track it.

The Deadline to enter is this Friday the 12th by Midnight, EST, and I’ll announce the 3 winners on Saturday. So enter away! If you hate Amazon, you could always give them away as presents ;)

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Update: The giveaway is now closed, but check in tomorrow (saturday) to see if you won! Here was the final spreadsheet w/ all entries and numbering for drawing time.


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