There’s very little that you can’t buy on Amazon nowadays. The site is no longer only for books – you can order anything from furniture to food there, and it’s a dangerous site to browse sometimes as you can easily find yourself spending much more than you originally intended. That’s why gift cards are lovely things, and last month we launched a giveaway, along with our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com, in which three winners would receive $50 Amazon gift cards to buy anything they wanted…perhaps 3D printing supplies. It was our third such contest, following giveaways for an M3D Micro 3D printer and customized Wiivv insoles, and it was so popular that we’ve decided to do it again.
We’d like to congratulate the three winners of the first Amazon gift card giveaway: Iwelek Wakofettl of Backa Topola, Serbia; Mya Murphy of Kelso, Washington; and Gary Vanicek of Schaumberg, Illinois. If you didn’t win, or didn’t enter, don’t worry – you have another chance! Once again, we’re giving away $150 worth of Amazon gift cards, but we’ve broken it down a little differently this time: the first place winner will receive a gift card for $100, while the first and second runners-up will receive gift cards for $30 and $20, respectively.
So how do you enter? There are several options, and you can enter multiple times, with different actions earning you different numbers of entries:
- Follow us on Facebook
- Follow us on Twitter
- Share on Facebook or Tweet on Twitter
- Retweet us on Twitter
- Sign up for the 3DPrint.com newsletter
- Subscribe to our YouTube channel
- Visit us on Pinterest
- Sign up for and post in the 3DPrintBoard forum
- Refer friends for extra entries
You can learn more and enter the giveaway here. It’s easy to build up a number of entries and better your chances of winning, so start thinking about the new filament you want to try, or the tried-and-true filament you need to restock soon. Maybe you’re looking to buy your first 3D printer, and that extra money will help you reach that goal. Or, you know, you can just buy a bunch of books – there’s nothing wrong with that, either!
The giveaway is free to enter, and runs for the next month. Stay tuned to learn about additional giveaways in the future, too!
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