Nov 022015
 

2015 Thanksgiving Event – 10 Winners!

Open to US & Canada

2015 Thanksgiving Event

It’s that time of the year again. The major holidays are just around the corner and we want to celebrate them with you by bringing you this fantastic giveaway.

Welcome to the 2015 Thanksgiving Event! This event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and Co-hosted by: Imperfect Women, Finger Click Saver, Joyful Gifts by Julie, Mom nā€™ Daughter Savings and Mom to Grandma. This event is sponsored by We Love Travel Deals and partially sponsored by fees collected from the participating bloggers for this event! There will be a total of 10 winners for this event!

Prizes for this event are:

7 (Seven) Lucky people will win a prize package that contains:

1- $100 Gift Card to a grocery store in your area (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it’s place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $100 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of each prize package is $200.00

1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:

1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it’s place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $200 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $400.00.

1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:

1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it’s place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $300 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $500.00.

1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:

1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it’s place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $500 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $700.00.

Total value of all 10 prize packages, combined, is: $3000.00. There is only one mandatory entry on the Giveaway Tool, all other entries are optional; however for every additional task you do, it gives you more chances to win! All prize packages will be delivered via Fed Ex next day to ensure plenty of time to shop for your groceries for your Thanksgiving dinner and to do any Black Friday Shopping you might want to do.

Best of Luck to All!

Terms & Conditions:

Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the U.S. or Canada. Void where prohibited by law. There will be one mandatory entry that must be completed, all other entry tasks are optional, but do give you more entries into the contest. Event begins at 1:00 pm eastern standard time, on November 2nd, 2015 and ends on November 15th at 11:59 pm eastern standard time. Winner will be chosen by combining all entries and choosing the winner via random.org to ensure a fair drawing, and will be announced on our winners page. Participating bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prizes, all prizes will be shipped via the sponsor.

  43 Responses to “2015 Thanksgiving Event – 10 Winners! Open to US & Canada”

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  1. My favorite thanksgiving was cooking a big thanksgiving dinner when I first became an adult and took it to my grandma. She ALWAYS made us a huge thanksgiving dinner when I was a kid.

  2. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is going to grandmas before she passed away. She wanted to cook and do it all. We all were finally together for her. Best holiday memories with her.

  3. My favorite Thanksgivig memory is when I surprised my parents by coming home. They were so pleasantly surprised, and we had a great holiday.

  4. My fave Thanksgiving memory is of going to my stepdads mothers house for her annual Swedish smorgasbord! She made the absolute best meatballs and cookies and I loved hearing her tell stories about Sweden.

  5. I have too say being with my grandparents in Florida they did not have much yet hey tried too always make the holidays special everything was homemade from pie crust for the pies so on.

  6. the most memorable thanksgiving is all that have fell on my birthday november 24th….

  7. My favorite Thanksgiving memory;
    My Mom was getting the Turkey prepared early in the morning. I walked out just in time to see her lose her grip on the big fella and Tom the Turkey slid out of her hands and across the kitchen. With out missing a beat, my mother turned to me and said “Tom the Turkey is ticklish and trying to run away”
    We ask Mom every year since if she tickled poor Tom before she cooked him!

  8. My favorite memory is sitting around the dinner table with my kids. šŸ™‚

  9. My favorite holiday memory was spending time with my aunt. She is passed on now, but she could make the holidays rock.

  10. Our Thanksgivings always consisted of a game of cards after dinner. We would all be around the table with the the adults playing and the kids watching. One year, my little brother lost his first tooth. He was so excited to show everyone. When he got to my grandmother’s sister, she said “I have a loose tooth too!” and proceeded to pull her false teeth out!! He was horrified but the rest of us laughed until we cried!! It’s one of my favorite memories ever and never fails to crack us all up. Even my brother finds it funny now.

  11. My favorite Thanksgiving Memory is visiting my sons Grandma in Michigan for the first time and having fun playing in all of the wonderfully crunchy gold leaves in the back yard.

  12. I remember all the fun I had with my cousins as a child.

  13. My fondest Thanksgiving memory is when I was little and all the family was together!

  14. I remember going to my Grandmother’s house on Thanksgiving and my great grandmother dipping her Garrett Snuff and spitting in a coffee can!! Long, long, ago.

  15. I always loved having my whole family here for Thanksgiving. Christmas we always go to our son’s but Thanksgiving is here at home.

  16. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is going over to my grandparents and helping my grandma cook

  17. My family is spread all over the US. A few years ago, we were able to get everyone together for the holiday. It was the best time ever!

  18. Helping my mom cook.

  19. I loved as a child going to my grandparents house for Thanksgiving. My entire extended family of uncles, aunts and cousins would be there with food to spare. It was a lot of fun!

  20. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the first in our first home.

  21. I remember eating dinner early at home and then eating at at least 4 sets of aunts and uncles houses. We were stuffed like pigs when done.

  22. Favorite Thanksgiving memory is cooking with my grandmother last year learning her recipes

  23. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was from three years ago. Both of my children were away at college in the same city for the first time and informed me that their part time jobs would interfere with them coming home for Thanksgiving dinner. It was my first holiday without them and was devastated but kept it to myself as I didn’t want to give them the “Mom Guilt.”.thing. Imagine my surprise when they showed up at my doorstep the Friday before Thanksgiving. Both of their bosses had took pity on them and gave them the weekend off. To say this was my favorite Thanksgiving is an understatement.

  24. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when we supported a local farm for the first time and made a fresh, local Thanksgiving dinner for our family šŸ™‚

  25. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is playing games with my grandparents when I was a child, and my poppop and I slyly stealing bites of food from the kitchen.

  26. my favorite thanksgiving memory was making rice crispy turkeys with my daughter when she was 3. We had chocolate all over the place but it was tons of fun and all the kids loved them when we took them to thanksgiving!

  27. Family togetherness, every Thanksgiving I am grateful for that!

  28. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is having Thanksgiving dinner at my grandparents. My grandmother would work so hard preparing a big turkey, a honeybaked ham, deviled eggs, homemade mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing and of course a cake made from scratch. The whole family would gather together at my grandparents old house and share a meal together. We would talk and laugh and just feel safe and loved.

    My grandparents are too old to host Thanksgiving now. My grandmother has Alzheimers and can no longer cook her favorite foods. So every Thanksgiving I find myself missing those Thanksgiving dinners spent with my family in their old house. I’ll always treasure those memories though.

  29. My fondest memories are the various relatives visiting, the great food and desserts, and just enjoying the company of my family.

  30. My favorite Thanksgiving memories are the Thanksgivings that were spent with my Dad & Grandparents. They have passed away in recent yrs. My family still gets together for Thanksgiving but we miss them & the holidays are not the same. Thank you for the chance to win! šŸ™‚

  31. The Thanksgivings we had at my mother-in-law’s house in Minnesota where both my husbands family and my family attended. It was noisy, food filled, but everyone ate, shared stories and played some card games. Everyone left tired and stuffed, but happy.

  32. Having all the family together and realizing how wonderful it is to see each other, even the ones that sort of irratate me–lol

  33. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the year both my husbands and my family all had Thanksgiving together. Our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins as well as our own children were there. We had 87 people together!

  34. I have the best Thanksgiving memories at my Grandmother’s house. My Grandfather would say a prayer and then we’d all sit down to eat. The creaking of the wood chairs, the piling on of food, the conversations during dinner. I can literally smell these memories.

  35. My grandma getting up early to bake pumpkin pie from scratch & giving us the leftover dough to make cinnamon sugar cookies with.

  36. My favourite memory is burning the turkey and having to get pizza instead!

  37. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is helping my mom cook. Everything was homemade. During this time we talked about everything from why particular ingredients were used, school, fashion, and social issues. Now I have a daughter and we get together and cook for my mom.

  38. I would say my Favorite Thanksgiving memory was in 2000….my husband, myself and my 1yr old daughter had just moved into our first house and out of both sides of our family we had the house with the biggest living room and plenty of space for everyone. Since my husband and I were hosting Thanksgiving at our house we decided to have his side of the family and my side of the family all together. I still can’t believe all these yrs later and several very sad Thanksgivings after that we were able to pull it off and had the most amazing time. Thanks for letting me share.

  39. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was when I was 8 years old. My parents decided to break tradition and try something new, so we went to Howard Johnson’s for dinner and saw two movies. Best… Thanksgiving… ever! šŸ˜€

    God bless,
    Miles

  40. My favourite memories of Thanksgiving are family get-togethers, both of extended family getting together and having KFC and smaller gatherings with turkey.

  41. Baking cookies with my grandmother. Also, putting our tree up after dinner. šŸ™‚

  42. My favorite Thanksgiving memories are of the years when hubby and I were first married, first we would enjoy visit my family early and his family later in the day ( 2 wonderful meals in one day!!).

  43. Love handing out with the extended family on Thanksgiving. It was always my dad’s favorite holiday.

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