I apologize in advance making this so short, but it seems someone gave me the flu this weekend and I don’t know how much longer I have until I have to log off again (this is my 3rd time trying to post this bad boy up – bleh). But at least it’s the holidays coming up and we’ll be back to relaxing again! :)
Here are the 11 winners of almost $1,600 worth of stuff! CONGRATS!
- Christmas Stimulus #1 ($50): Candy
- Christmas Stimulus #2 ($50): Carrie (#206)
- Christmas Stimulus #3 ($50): Michael (#28)
- Dell all-in-one printer! ($650): Katherine (#142)
- Amex gift card #1 ($100): Happy Homeowner
- Amex gift card #2 ($100): Tyler T.
- Amex gift card #3 ($100): Laura (#262)
- Quicken Home & Business 2012 (Canadian version, $109.99): Lori
- TJ Maxx gift card ($25): Joyatee
- Amex gift card #1 ($200): Deb K.
- Amex gift card #2 ($200): Kelly
Congrats! Stay tuned for tomorrow’s big news — I can barley keep it in!!
PS: Remember, we’ll announce the HP Laptop winner on Thursday too — so be sure to get those in!
PPS: COUPON! For anyone picking up a Dell laser printer this week, use this coupon code when checking out for 20% off! “$N?53JQ4LZX4TL” – it’s only good for the first 1,000 purchases, and it’s literally only for people who read this blog – ain’t that special! Here are the models you can use them for: 2150cn, 2150cdn, 2155cn, and 2155cdn. It expires on Wednesday, Dec 21st @ midnight. Hope you can use it! :)
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