Need Some New 3D Printing Supplies? Here’s Another Chance to Win Amazon Gift Cards!

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It’s giveaway time again! A few weeks ago, we concluded our most recent giveaway, awarding three lucky winners with Simplify3D software, Magigoo 3D printing adhesive pens, and MakeShaper 3D printing filament thanks to Thought3D. That giveaway followed several other successful giveaways in which we gave out prizes such as customized 3D printed insoles and even 3D printers. Some of our most popular offerings, however, have been our Amazon gift card giveaways, of which we’ve offered two so far. They’ve been so popular, in fact, that we’re doing another one, again in partnership with our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com, this time giving away a total of $90 in gift cards for Amazon.com.

This competition runs for the next two weeks, and there will be three winners in total. The grand prize winner will receive a $40 Amazon gift card, while the first runner-up will receive a $30 gift card and the second runner-up a $20 gift card. It’s easy to enter, and you have multiple chances to win by doing any of the below:

As you can see, there are plenty of ways to get your name in the running, and you can rack up multiple entries in very little time. You can learn more about how to enter here.

After that, all you have to do is decide what you’d want to buy from Amazon should you win! There are plenty of 3D printers available for sale on the site, and while a $40 gift card alone won’t buy you a new printer, it’ll definitely help if you’re saving up and looking for a little financial boost toward your goal. You can also restock your filament supply, try out a new 3D printing pen, or buy something completely unrelated to 3D printing – we don’t mind! There are a lot of good books out there, and you can get quite a few from Amazon with $40, $30 or even $20. So start deciding what you want now!

Discuss in the Giveaway forum at 3DPB.com.

 

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