Last day to enter our £60 Amazon Voucher Giveaway
As most of the UK population are out in droves this weekend spending all their hard earned cash, we at Money Bulldog are giving it away!
Last weekend we launched our £60 Amazon voucher giveaway in association with Barclaycard and I really couldn’t have hoped for a better response. So far we’ve had 250+ entries which I can safely say makes it the most successful giveaway we’ve hosted to date. If you haven’t already entered the giveaway then there is still time for you to get your entry in on this page but you will have to be quick. Entries will be accepted up until midnight tonight and we’ll be announcing the winner in a blog post this coming Monday, the busiest online shopping day of the year. The winner will be chosen at random by the Barclaycard team and your vouchers will be emailed over to you on Monday.
There are already lots of great discounts on Amazon this weekend but Cyber Monday should throw up some of the internet’s best online bargains for you to spend your £60 of Amazon vouchers on. You also won’t have to deal with some of the crazy behavior we’ve been witnessing in stores around the country this weekend. I’m all up for a bargain people but fighting someone over a discounted kettle or television, well that does seem a little extreme. I heard on the news that in the US one guy even got shot in the leg over a dispute involving a discounted TV in a US store, madness!
So why not spare 2 minutes to take the 60 second Barclaycard quiz and get your giveaway entry in by leaving a comment and then sharing the giveaway with your friends. Someone has to win those vouchers and it might just be you.
Have a great weekend friends and try not to get caught up in the madness by spending too much. Remember, it’s only a good deal if you can actually afford it no matter how big the discount!
On a separate note I’d just like to thank the following blog carnivals for including Money Bulldog last week, it’s much appreciated:
Lifestyle Carnival – Heat your home for peanuts
Carnival of Financial Camaraderie
Carnival of Financial Independence