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GIVEAWAY: $50 Plum District Gift Certificate! (US) -CLOSED-

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Plum District is a great daily deal site that is starting to do local deals in Utah!
They have great national deals all the time so you've probably heard of them before.

When you sign up through the links on this post you will get $5 in Plum Dollars to use on their site!  I have used Plum District several times and have found the site to be easy to manage and the customer service is excellent!  Here is the local Utah deal going on today:


$99 for 6 Laser Hair Removal Treatments at the Clear Touch Medical Spa in Sandy!

Here are some great National deals:

$13 for $25 worth of Eco-Friendly, Stylish Snack and Wine Bags!


$20 for National Geographic World Almanac 2012 and Three Weird But True Books!

Plum District is giving away $50 in Plum Dollars to one Tight Wad reader!! US only

Here's how to win:

1. Sign up for Plum District Emails (if your already signed up, that's great too!)  Make sure to confirm your subscription!!
2. Fill out form below

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Giveaway ends Thursday September 29th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.    No compensation was received.  The above links are my referral links.  You will not get $5 sign up bonus for using a non-referral link.  
All information will be discarded when giveaway is over.  Your privacy is important.
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Comments

Michelle said…
http://twitter.com/#!/wadenshell/status/115879168536879104

tweeted

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Amanda B. said…
Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/mssluna02/status/115904266165682178
cw said…
I didn't include my gfc username in the google doc
it's cw
cheers,
Cindy
Roseanne said…
signed up with plum district
Roseanne said…
Like Plum district on FB.
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Roseanne said…
Follow you on FB.
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Roseanne said…
Follow you on Twitter.
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Roseanne said…
Follow GFC.
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