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$185 in Cold, Hard Cash? Yes, Please! #FallCashGiveaway


I like to save giveaways for Mondays. It just seems right somehow. So it gives me great pleasure to offer you something that I’m sure every single one of you could find a use for: CASH! Yep, that’s right — cold, hard cash. Not a toy, gift certificate, or coupon code. Just the straight cash this time.

How? Well, it’s because I’ve teamed up with some fabulous blogging friends (with big thanks to the two organizers: Tales of a Ranting Ginger and This Lil Piglet!) and we thought that’s what you’d like best.

So you know what that means? You can spend it anyway you’d like! Would you spend the money on Christmas gifts or would you treat yourself to something nice? (I vote for cute shoes. Please email me a pic when you buy them!)

The fine print: This contest is open worldwide. The dollars are in American currency. You must have a paypal account in order to accept the winnings. Contest opens November 4th and closes November 18th. Winner will be notified by email.

Use the contest form below to enter — Good luck everyone!


  1. Karen C Hill says:

    I would either use it to finish up my Christmas shopping or put it towards the balance owing on my fridge :) Thank you for the chance

  2. Hmmm, that would pay for half of this year’s snow removal – so in other words, sanity!!

  3. Heather Ann says:

    With four children money just disappears around here. $185 would probably go into the food budget and would be greatly appreciated. Seriously.

  4. Kelly Gordon says:

    I would use it to help out with my christmas shopping :)

  5. Winning that money would definitely help with my gift budget this year!

  6. Lian Wright says:

    I’d love to win some extra money! I’d put it towards doing something special for our kids this Christmas!

  7. I’d probably spend it on a gift for my BFF – but I can’t say what because she’ll probably see this entry!!

  8. Pay the heat bill :0) It’s been cold here 😛

  9. Marianne Ferguson says:

    To help out the Christmas budget, or maybe to go towards a mini-break family getaway.

  10. I’d definitely spend it on Christmas gifts too – I usually can’t resist going a little overboard so this would be a nice cushion to help me cover the overages :).

  11. Jacqueline says:

    Great prize today – thank you for sharing.

  12. We’re going to have a full house at Christmas this year so that would help with our meal costs for sure

  13. I think I’d use the money for a special activity for the family . . . an outing somewhere new, a road trip, something involving some quality time with each other. Thanks!!!

  14. Crystal D says:

    I am going for knee surgery on December 5 of this year and will have to take a leave from my jobs(s).. As a single Mom this would definitely help out in the Christmas gift department this year!!!!!

  15. No better gift than the gift of cash!! The cookies on my pc are turned off so I can’t enter but I’m going to come back and enter as soon as I get home! 😀

  16. I’d put it away and use it towards my travel plans (hopefully Chicago) sometime in February/March!

  17. a little for gifts, a little for food, a little for the snowsuit fund and FAMSAC

  18. Groceries, winter clothes, and toys & treats (for christmas)

  19. Wow what a great giveaway. I sure could use extra, especially around the holidays for food and winter clothes. Thank you so much for the chance to win.

  20. Woo hoo! Free money!!

    Crossing my fingers!

  21. I think I would use it for myself. Can you say SPA DAY!

  22. Great idea! I can always use a little more cash. :)

  23. Angela Mitchell says:

    I would buy my son the new Elmo doll for Christmas and my daughter some books.

  24. I would put this towards Christmas presents! spend a little extra this year.

  25. Date night! I would totally spring for a date night.

  26. I would buy a better Christmas tree; I’m tired of stringing lights on ours, which sheds plastic needles if you so much as look at it.

  27. Tree stump furniture! I am moving this weekend and will put it towards some new stools or a coffee table.

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