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GIVEAWAY: Premium Custom Photo Calendar from Rite Aid Photo Center! -CLOSED-


Rite Aid Photo Center has a few deals going on this holiday season!  The photo center is fast and easy to use.  Mostly you upload your pictures and then drag them to where you want them. :)  Definitely user friendly.  These make great personal gifts!!!  Here are the promo codes to use at checkout:

16x20 canvas for $24.99 – code: NOVCNVS (11/25-12/1) 

20 5x7 cards for $10.00 – code: 5x7CRDS (12/2-12/15) 

100 prints for $9.99 – code: PRNT100 (12/23 – 1/5) 

BOGO Calendar – code: CALBOGO (1/6 – 1/12) 

BOGO 11oz white mug – code: MUGBOGO (1/13 – 1/19)

These codes do not cover shipping but you can choose in-store pick up at your local Rite Aid for NO SHIPPING COST!

One reader will win a Premium Custom Photo Calendar! US only

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Maria B said…
I would like to win!
Rachel Bedrock said…
id make a calendar of my daughter
Heather Wone said…
Thank you for this giveaway!!!
Sue Hull said…
This would be a great Christmas gift for myself.Lol! Thank you for the awesome giveaway! :)
Chung said…
i would love to win it.
Karla said…
Love how you can add a picture to the date boxes. Great for birthdays!
Mary R said…
I've been thinking of something like this for my grandfather, who has a terribly hard time remembering birthdays.
Elizabeth Boese said…
Thanks for a great giveaway!
Adrianne B said…
I would use this to make a calendar for my mom and dad for Christmas.
deanna said…
I make one for my mom EVERY year!
Stephanie Caplan said…
Love this blog!
Lina said…
This would make a great Christmas present!
Brynn said…
Thanks for the chance to win!
Anonymous said…
I love enlarged photos!
Angela Anthony said…
This would be a Christmas present!
orangefukurou said…
This would be a great gift for my in-laws!
Jenny Stanek said…
What a great gift for the grandparents!

msleyh said…
thanks for the giveaway
Thanks for the codes and the giveaway!

Jennifer from
Wendy Rozema said…
thank you for a great giveaway!!
Sara Wicks said…
Thank you for the giveaway!
corey1971 said…
This would make a great Christmas present! (Corey Olomon)
Missy L said…
Great Christmas gift idea!
Audra Weathers said…
Exactly what I need! Thanks & Merry Christmas! :-)
Keno Moore said…
I want to win.Thank you,and Merry Xmas.
Moneezzy (: said…
Would love to win this (:

Moniquebbon at gmail dot com
nicolesender said…
I'd love to give a custom photo calendar to my son for Christmas.
Sara Wicks said…
Thanks for the giveaway

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