If you had an extra $150, what would you buy? My answer would probably be groceries, or I’d just put it towards paying off a credit card, or something else boring that comes with adulthood. $150 in gift cards, however, is a different story. That’s the beauty of gift cards – unless they’re for the grocery store, you can’t spend them on groceries or other dull essentials. Of course, an Amazon.com gift card could be used to buy non-perishable food items, but that’s up to you – it can just as easily be used to buy books, or 3D printer filament, or to supplement an online 3D printer purchase you’ve been saving up for.
Last month, 3DPrint.com and our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com announced that we would be giving away $150 in Amazon gift cards: $100 for the first place winner in the drawing, $30 for the second place winner and $20 for the third place winner. There are seven days left to enter the competition, and it’s easy to do – you don’t have to design or 3D print anything, and there are 10 different ways you can earn multiple 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
With one week left, you still have time to submit multiple entries! This is the second time we’ve given away Amazon gift cards, and our other previous giveaways have offered prizes like an M3D Micro 3D Printer and a pair of customized Wiivv insoles. We know that 3D printing can be expensive, and we’re always looking for ways to make it easier on our readers to pursue their 3D printing interests. Stay tuned for future giveaways, as well!
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