WIN the Special $250 Amazon Holiday Gift Card #Giveaway

That’s right! Special Happens thinks YOU should get rewarded! So, here’s another giveaway. This one is HUGE. It’s the a special Amazon Holiday Gift Card Giveaway!

Special Happens has partnered up with some amazing blogs for this giveaway where one of our readers will win a $250 Amazon Gift Card!  

250 Amazon Giveaway

Imagine what you can do in the New Year with $250 at Amazon!  New clothes because you’ve lost so much weight with your New Year’s Resolution?  The bracelet you didn’t get?  That really cool rotating saw your wife didn’t know you wanted?  Gifts, boots, new sheets, lamps or decor.  Art supplies, books, Kindle® books, magazines, blog subscriptions, toiletries, who knows!  Amazon has it all and if you win, you’ll have $250 to spend there! (Amazon Gift Cards are redeemable towards millions of items storewide at Amazon.com or Endless.com.  There are no fees and your card will NEVER expire.)  

Special Happens couldn’t do this alone, so this giveaway is co-hosted by:  Always Searching for Savings | Freebie Spot | Shopaholicmommy | Mom and More | Special Happens | Adventures of Frugal Mom | Military Wives Saving | FreeMakeup&BeautySamples |

You have a lot of chances to enter, so be sure to have your name in as many entries as you can!  The giveaway is open worldwide and ends January  3rd at 11:59 PM EST. Best of luck!

 

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16 Responses to WIN the Special $250 Amazon Holiday Gift Card #Giveaway

  1. I am stopping by to say Thank you for sponsoring this awesome giveaway! I think that this is so generous! There are so many things that I need to get, but a few new outfits for work is what I would get if I win!

  2. Chewy Tubes and Chewelry for Mango, some parfume for my mum, and I’d probably save the rest for something we later decide is urgently needed. Thank you for the chance!

  3. I would buy a laminator and supplies for picture cards as well as some of the toys/tools on our list to help my child interact more and hopefully speak. His current goal is to go from saying one word every 20 minutes to 8 words every 20 minutes (and hopefully more than ‘no’).

  4. I don’t know for sure what I would use it buy. I have a ton of books on my wish list so maybe some of those or maybe some stuff for my special needs son that he could use for therapy. Either way I am sure I would find SOMETHING to buy with it. 😉

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