We’re baaaaaack! For the third time in a row, Brad Chaffee and I are delighted to bring back our favorite giveaway of the year :) The time when we, personally, get to say THANK YOU for all the support and love you’ve shown us throughout our years of blogging. From 2008 to 2011 – and soon to be 2012 – y’all have come back time and time again, and we want you to know just how thankful and honored we are. Without our readers these blogs wouldn’t exist! (Nor my career for that matter ;))
So from the bottom of our hearts – thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! We can never say it enough.
And to put our money where our thanks are (hah!), we’re once again dishing out the Benjamins for the 3rd year in a row. Up for grabs THIS Christmas Stimulus is $300 Cold ones! :) 3 lucky winners from THIS blog will be awarded with $50 in cash (or rather Visa gift cards, Paypal, Amazon, or pretty much whatever you want that’s *not* cash, haha…), and then another 3 will win the same over at Brad’s Enemy of Debt blog. SIX WINNERS altogether – woohoo!
All you have to do to enter is answer one simple question:
What are you MOST thankful for this holiday season?
It can be family, friends, jobs, hot girlfriends, money, health, whatever’s at the top of your mind this very second. And you don’t have to answer the “normal” answers either if you don’t want – we all know you love your mom and dad ;) Be open and honest!
And to take this giving even further this season, we’re gonna do one killer giveaway EACH DAY OF THIS WEEK here at Budgets Are Sexy :) I’ve been storing up quite a stock pile over the weeks, and it’s time to unload them all this week… ‘Tis the season to be giving, yo!
Now go and tell us what you’re thankful for down below in the comments… (And then head to Brad’s blog to enter a SECOND time so that you have 3 MORE options to win $50!) We’ll announce all the winners this up and coming Sunday, December 18th, and this particular giveaway is open to anyone and everyone who can accept money ;) GOOD LUCK! Get ready for another hot one tomorrow!
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