This is the third giveaway for Giveaway May at Consumerism Commentary, and I’m just getting started. I have a pile of Amazon.com gift cards to offer to readers and I’ll be doing so every weekday this month. The giveaways are short, though. To reward those who visit every day, the giveaways are announced at 6:00 AM Eastern time and end at 10:00 PM Eastern time. If you missed Monday’s or yesterday’s giveaway, here’s another chance. If you don’t win today’s, you’ll still have more opportunities the remainder of this month.
The rules pertaining to how to qualify will change from one day to the next, but they will always be somewhat simple. The giveaway today focuses on Twitter, a website that lets you stay in touch with your friends. Sign up for Twitter if you’re not currently a member and find friends and celebrities to follow.
Here is what you need to win a $50 Amazon.com gift certificate today, to be delivered via email within the next few days.
- Follow @luke_landes on Twitter. This is my Twitter account, where I point out interesting new items pertaining to finance and some of my other interests, as well as commenting on the latest articles on Consumerism Commentary.
- Tweet this message: Pls RT! Follow @luke_landes for personal finance and to win $50! http://flexo.me/giveamay (when you’re logged into Twitter, you can automatically enter that text by clicking here).
- Comment on this article below and include your Twitter user name.
All of the above steps must be complete in order for you to enter in today’s giveaway. You must be following @luke_landes, you must tweet the message, and you must comment below. In addition, you have to meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Giveaway May introduction. The deadline to enter is 10:00 PM Eastern Time, so all steps must be completed by then.
I will choose the winner randomly and notify him or her as soon as possible.
As a side note, I will be appearing on WIOX radio at 9:30 am Eastern Time today, so tune in or visit the website.
Updated June 22, 2016 and originally published May 4, 2011.