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It wouldn’t be a weekday in May without another giveaway. This month is Giveaway May at Consumerism Commentary. Each day, I’ll have some to reward readers valued $50 or more. Today’s a good day for the winner; thanks to a partnership with personal finance blog Beating Broke, I am able to offer Amazon.com’s reading device, the Kindle. This is the ad-free Wi-Fi only version.

Beating Broke is a website about becoming debt free. Avoiding unnecessary debt — and changing life to make debt unnecessary — is key to securing a financial future. Being in debt means the money you earn belongs to someone else. For some, the comparison between debt and slavery is easy to make.

Amazon KindleIf you’re interested in winning a Kindle, you’ll need to complete the following tasks by 11:59 PM Eastern Time, May 20, 2011. Late entries will not be accepted.

  1. Subscribe to the Consumerism Commentary RSS feed using your favorite RSS reader. You can use these buttons to add Consumerism Commentary directly into your favorite software, and if you’re already a subscriber, you can skip this step.
  2. Subscribe to the Beating Broke RSS feed using your favorite RSS reader. You can use these buttons, and if you’re already a subscriber, you can skip this step.
  3. Look for the phrases of the day at the end (or at the beginning) of the latest articles in your RSS reader. There will be one phrase from Consumerism Commentary and a different phrase from Beating Broke.
  4. Email both phrases of the day to may20@consumerismcommentary.com by 11:59 PM Eastern Time Friday, May 20, 2011.

If you win, you’ll need to meet all the conditions outlined in the Giveaway May introduction. Good luck!

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Luke Landes, also known as Flexo, is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about him and follow Luke Landes on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar Peter Anderson

I’m not seeing a phrase of the day in Beating Broke’s rss feed?

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avatar skylog ♦368 (Nickel)

me either, i suspect it will just be a matter of time.

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avatar Luke Landes ♦127,475 (Platinum)

I sent a message to Beating Broke, so check back later. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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avatar Luke Landes ♦127,475 (Platinum)

We’re all set! The phrase on Beating Broke is at the top of each entry in the RSS feed; the phrase on Consumerism Commentary is at the bottom.

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avatar tbork84 ♦1,867 (Half-Dollar)

Thanks for staying on top of it!

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avatar Debbie Chioffe ♦260 (Nickel)

I am subscribed to both RSS Feeds and I am awaiting the phrases of the day. Thank-you.
Hello Beating Broke!

Debbie Chioffe
dksugarpaws@yahoo.com

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avatar Zach

Help! I still can’t find the phrases on either blog…I tried to search “phrase” on the pages and it didn’t even come up–are they on the S&P 500 and Car Trouble articles?

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avatar skylog ♦368 (Nickel)

you need to subscribe to the RSS feeds of the sites. you can do so above with the links Flexo provided.

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avatar shellye ♦107 (Cent)

It’s on both RSS feeds. Thanks, Beating Broke! Great site!

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avatar Janet Fri

I am subscribed to both Feeds!

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avatar mark

I subscribed to both feeds too!

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avatar Cejay ♦1,521 (Half-Dollar)

Dang I missed this one. I so want a Kindle but I am much too cheap to buy one. I am waiting to win one in some contests.

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