It’s hard to believe, but it seems to happen earlier and earlier every year: stores are already beginning to put up their Christmas displays. I’m of the opinion that retail establishments should, at the very least, wait until after Halloween, but a few of them appear to compete to see which can get their Christmas displays up first. Oh, well – some people do like to get a big jump on their Christmas shopping, whether it’s in-store or online. If you’re one of those who likes to do your holiday shopping online, we may be able to help you out a little bit.
Right now, 3DPrint.com and our sister site, 3DPrintBoard.com, are giving away a total of $100 in Amazon gift cards. The first place winner will receive a $50 gift card, second place $30, and third place $20. If you’re shopping for a 3D printing fan, there’s plenty you can buy them on Amazon. Filament, a 3D printing pen, printer bed adhesive, even a 3D printer. $50 won’t get you an actual 3D printer, but it will be a nice contribution towards the total cost.
There are 11 ways you can enter to win:
- Fill out our 3D printing survey
- Follow us on Facebook
- Follow us on Twitter
- Share on Facebook
- 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
There is an additional drawing for three $50 Amazon gift cards for filling out the survey, so you’ll have extra chances to win if you do that. You can get multiple entries for each action; find out more details here.
Of course, it’s still very early to be talking about holiday shopping, in my opinion, so if the only holiday on your mind is Halloween, there are still plenty of reasons to enter the giveaway – especially if you’re a 3D printing enthusiast. You may need to restock your filament supply, or maybe there’s a new kind of material you’ve been eyeing but are hesitant to spend money on. Maybe you’re saving up for a new 3D printer yourself. There’s a lot you can buy with an Amazon gift card, and you still have 18 days to enter, so start today!
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