Need Some 3D Printing Supplies? Only a Few Days Left to Win Amazon Gift Cards!

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The Amazon is a dangerous place. Not the rainforest – although that’s certainly a place you’ll want to be careful – but the website. It’s easy to get lost, and while you may not be eaten by a large cat, your savings account may quickly be eaten by stuff with cats on it, or stuff for your cat. Amazon has just about everything, and its tricky algorithms know how to show you exactly the things you want, and then, once you buy those things, even more things that you want. I try to avoid it as much as possible, because I like to have money in my bank account.

That’s what makes gift cards so wonderful. You can buy what you want without having to spend any of your own money; it’s like getting stuff for free, and who doesn’t like that? Gift cards are also wonderful gifts to give to people (that’s why they’re called “gift” cards) and 3DPrint.com along with our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com is giving away three Amazon gift cards to our readers to show our appreciation for you. There are only four days left, so enter now.

There are 11 different ways to do so, and you can enter multiple times. Ways to enter include:

A penguin necklace!

A grand prize winner, to be chosen at random, will receive a $50 gift card, while the second prize winner will receive a $30 gift card and the third prize winner will receive a $20 gift card.

Think of the things you can buy! A stuffed giraffe! A penguin necklace! A hat! Of course we always encourage you to go the 3D printing route and try out some new filament, or stock up on your favorite filament. You can even put that free money toward a new 3D printer. It’s up to you. And if you’d like to do some 3D printer or printing supply shopping right now, check out our online store for a direct link to – you guessed it – Amazon.

 

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