Coupons.com Cyber Monday Scavenger Hunt: Clue #3
I’ve got something really fun planned for you today! If you’d like to have an extra $100 to spend at the Container Store then keep reading to find out how you can get it!!
I do a ton of online shopping at this time of the year and always check the internet first for a coupon code I can use. If it means I can save a few bucks, why not! Cyber Monday (coming up on Nov 26th) is a great time to shop online from the comforts of your own home and save on everything from electronics to toys.
If you love scavenger hunts and would like to win some extra spending money then you must play in the Coupons.com Cyber Monday Scavenger Hunt! This contest lasts for five days with a new clue posted on a blogger’s website each day. My blog today is hosting the third clue and here’s the exciting part, the first TEN people that figure out today’s clue will EACH receive a $100 gift card to the Container Store!! Oh ya baby!!
You can only win the Daily Prize once, however, everyone (including previous winners) will have a chance to try for the Grand Prize at the end which is a $1,000 e-gift card to Amazon!
So here is today’s clue with instructions for how to play below it.
Clue #3: Find the coupon code that will get you free monogramming on all gifts at a store that has two words in its name: one is a direction and the other a type of tree.
How to Play:
1. Use the clue above to find the code at Coupons.com
2. Once you have located the code, enter it on the Coupons.com Cyber Monday page by clicking on the banner there to add the code.
So easy but you have to work fast because remember only the first ten players to find and enter the correct code will win the daily prize that I’ve chosen: a $100 e-gift card to The Container Store (emailed to you by Coupons.com)
While you’re at Coupons.com, check out the great coupon codes that you can use now through Cyber Monday to double up on your savings.
Please make sure to read the full contest rules here.
Good luck everyone!!
Note: This one is only open to those living in the US.