I know I know, it’s not time to go back to school quite *yet*, but my sources say people go shopping for this kinda stuff earlier than later ;) So today we’re helping THREE of you get on the ball nice and early too with a $50 Target gift card a piece! Makin’ it rain all gift card style! Haha…
And of course I’m partnering up with my good friends over at RetailMeNot.com to do this, since they’re the masters of saving money over there. They actually have the largest digital coupon website in the U.S., did you know that? A nice nugget for your next trivia night ;) Here’s more about RetailMeNot:
RetailMeNot = Back to School Savings
From preschool to grad school, RetailMeNot has the hottest back-to-school bargains for all your shopping needs. You can grab their coupons for school uniforms, books, laptops and more – they’ve got discounts on pretty much everything. And for those non-school people out there (like me, *tear*), they’ve got tons of other great clearance sales too, as well as a handy RetailMeNot Mobile Coupons App for the next time you’re shopping at the mall (it’ll send you deal alerts right to your phone).
They’ve also got a pretty cool contest going on to find the best teacher out there, so if you have a favorite one you’d like to nominate yourself, check out the details here and enter them for a chance to win a 3-minute Costco shopping spree!! (Nominations have to be in by Saturday, August 10, 2013)
Want a Chance to Win one of the THREE $50 Cards?
It’ll be easy to enter as always :) All you have to do is answer the following question in the comments below and you’ll be entered to win:
What will you pick up with this $50 card?
Anyone can enter whether you’ll use it for school stuff or not, but you do have to be a resident of the U.S. to win (sorry rest of the world!). We’ll run the giveaway until this Sunday, July 21st, at noon EST, and then pick the winner shortly thereafter using Random.org.
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE! Excited to pass them out to y’all!
*Giveaway is sponsored by RetailMeNot – who will be graciously mailing you these cards :)
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