Welcome to Thanksgiving Day 2015 Giveaway!
What are your plans for Thanksgiving Day 2015? Have you prepared your Thanksgiving shopping list?
Welcome to the 2015 Thanksgiving Event! This event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and Co-hosted by: Imperfect Women, Finger Click Saver, Joyful Gifts by Julie, Mom n’ Daughter Savings and Mom to Grandma.
This event is sponsored by We Love Travel Deals and partially sponsored by fees collected from the participating bloggers for this event! There will be a total of 10 winners for Thanksgiving Day 2015 event!
Prizes for Thanksgiving Day 2015 event are:
7 (Seven) Lucky people will win a prize package that contains:
1- $100 Gift Card to a grocery store in your area (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $100 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of each prize package is $200.00
1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:
1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $200 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $400.00.
1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:
1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $300 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $500.00.
1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains:
1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $500 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $700.00.
Total value of all 10 prize packages, combined, is: $3000.00. There is only one mandatory entry on the Giveaway Tool, all other entries are optional, however, for every additional task you do, it gives you more chances to win! All prize packages will be delivered via Fed Ex next day to ensure plenty of time to shop for your groceries for your Thanksgiving dinner and to do any Black Friday Shopping you might want to do.
Terms & Conditions:
Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the U.S. or Canada. Void where prohibited by law. There will be one mandatory entry that must be completed, all other entry tasks are optional, but do give you more entries into the contest. Event begins at 1:00 pm eastern standard time, on November 2nd, 2015 and ends on November 15th at 11:59 pm eastern standard time. Winner will be chosen by combining all entries and choosing the winner via random.org to ensure a fair drawing, and will be announced on our winners page.
Good Luck for Thanksgiving Day 2015 Giveaway!
Disclaimer: Work Money Fun and other participating bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prizes, all prizes will be shipped via the sponsor.
I remember my mom cooking a big ole gumbo for the family!!
Adrienne Gordon says
Playing a game of family football after our meal.
Dan Grieve says
Going pumpkin picking with the whole family!
spending the day with my late parents-helping MOM make the thanksgiving meal
Cynthia C says
I remember waking up to the smell of turkey roasting and watching the parade on tv when I was small.
Crystal F says
Going on my first date with my hubby. I couldn’t date until I turned 16. My hubby asked me out and we went on our first date exactly one week after my 16th birthday which happened to be Thanksgiving. We went to the movies. Thank you!!
Elizabeth Ray says
Watching the parade on tv while turkey (etc) cooked.
Sandy Klocinski says
I loved the rituals of preparation, the smells, the feel, and the look of the food. I would help my mom cook, and the day before I’d cut up the bread and let it sit to dry out. Then early the next morning, I’d cut up the onions and celery to saute until they were a beautiful golden brown, and I’d mix the two together along with the bread and some egg and the Bell’s seasoning in a huge bowl, up to my elbows in melted butter, then stuffing the turkey and trussing it up with bakery string and poultry pins. Then, when the turkey was in the oven and filling the house with wonderful smells, I’d peel the potatoes and veggies to cook, and then help clear off the dining room table to set. I’d get out all the nice tablecloth, dishes, silverware and glasses, and would devise fancy ways to fold the napkins to make the table look festive.
jules m. says
my favorite memories are when my mom and dad were alive and we would all gather around the table for hours, long after we had finished eating, telling stories about the old days 🙂
I will make a turkey with all the trimmings and get together with my friends and family.
Tracy Saddul says
Favorite thanksgiving memory was picnicing outside with lots of family and friends. In Canada Thanksgiving is in October, so it’s lots warmer. 🙂
Rita Duff says
just being with family
janine willingham says
When I had a house full of unexpected relatives drop in just in time for dinner…it was wonderful…my family loved it and everyone joined in…I believe there were 3 people on gravy duty….everyone has the best gravy as we all know….
Debra Guillen says
My fav Thanksgiving memory was the year my Dad swore after Thanksgiving dinner that he hadn’t gotten any green bean casserole and my brother-in-law used photoshop to put some green bean cassrole on his plate in a picture. We always laugh about that every year.
Lori Taube says
When I was little I remember watching my dad clean and stuff the turkey. I had no idea what he was doing, but it seemed so funny to me, watching him wrestle around with this big, slippery animal. My dad still teases me about the expression that I had while I was watching him. 🙂
Melissa N says
Huge Turkey dinner and pumpkin carving.
Darren Scrubb says
My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my family and I went to Europe for Thanksgiving holiday. It was a fun time visiting there, and its a place I always wanted to return for a visit. It is such a different place than North America, and also I keep in touch with some friends from that part of the world.
getting together with family
Watching the parade and smelling the turkey cooking
Billie R says
I love spending time with my family, lots of food, and telling stories of each other.
Spending time with my HUGE family!
Katie Scalmato says
Eating delicious food with our whole family!
Eating delicious turkey!
Brenda Penton says
My favourite memory is spending thanksgiving at my grandmothers
Heather S says
Enjoying time with family and great food
cooking with my grandma
natalia p says
While my grandmother made every holiday magical and memorable, I’d have to say my favorite is when I was 11 or 12 years old. My family all lived very close until Katrina hit New Orleans and we relocated to Texas. It was the first holiday with my grandparents, my aunt, cousin, and my family together since we moved. We had so much food! Turkey, green bean casserole, multiple pies, sweet potato and marshmallow casserole. It was so delicious and it was so nice having everyone together. I’ll always remember that thanksgiving..
Also, I just want to say this is one of the best giveaways I’ve ever seen. It’ll really help some families out! So generous.
Denise S says
My favorite memory is watching Little House reruns all day on Thanksgiving.
Jayne Cameron says
My favorite memory of Thanksgiving is spending it with my Mom and Brothers and other family members as a child.
Karen Petrychko says
The real cream my Gram made for the pumpkin pies
Debra S says
My fav Thanksgiving memory is all of us being together… and my mother’s famous cooking. Oh my goodness, I never came close to cooking like she did. She would put on such a spread.
When my brother came with his wife and daughter from Texas and my cousins from California came into town. It’s rare that all of the family was able to get together like that.
Having a big turkey dinner with my grandparents when they were still alive
Karen K says
Riding horses at the family farm.
christina barany says
dropping the turkey on the floor, it was wet and slipped out of my hands LOL
Carole B says
Listening stories from my grandparents!
Peter B. says
Spending time with my parents, my nieces and my brothers..
Ashley C says
As a child, my cousins would come to visit (they only came at Thanksgiving because they lived several states away) and before lunch we always played scrabble at my great aunt/uncles house, after a late Thanksgiving meal our moms would always take us to see a movie. We used to have such a good time together!
Dale Steele Nicolov says
My favorite Thanksgiving memories were spent with my Mom when she was alive.It is important to be thankful for your family .When they are gone ,it’s never the same…
Brittney House says
I loved last year because we got together and played a homemade game my sister made. Then we all went black Friday shopping.
Elizabeth R says
One year my cousins, grandparents, aunts and uncles all joined us for a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Julie Murphy says
Going to see my grandma and grandpa
Monique Rizzo says
When my entire family came in for Thanksgiving and got snowed in! SO FUN. Thank you for the chance.
I loved having the entire Family gathering for a great meal and my Moms stuffing
my happiest memory was with grandmother who is no longer here
Megan Denholm says
I loved having my entire family over and meeting my cousin’s new baby!
Cathy Oppedisano says
When we had traditional Thanksgiving fare, that was special because the classic turkey was not the usual dish so when it was, that felt like a special occasion instead of a variety of other dishes that were not fitting for the occasion.
Shannon M says
My favorite Thanksgiving memories are those we spent at my grandparents house with my whole extended family there. We’re kind of scattered and Thanksgiving is one holiday where everyone makes an effort to get together, it really is wonderful.
I would have to say the first time when we all started the tradition of saying what we were thankful for around the table.
Anne K says
My favorite memory is putting on Thanksgiving skits with my cousins when we were all young.
Eating turkey with the whole family and friends.
KELLY E says
mine would be spending it with my great aunt
I remember the family gatherings when I was kid.
Kim Tanti says
Getting together with Parents,2 Brothers,5 sisters, spouses and all the children. We do not all get together any more.
Jenn D says
We had wooden pieces of a turkey that we stuck in a small pumpkin and that was always my job!
Amber Flowers says
My favorite Thanksgiving memory is eating pumpkin pie!!
misty lindsay says
being with family.
Karin Dollery says
My favorite Thanksgiving Day memory is the last Thanksgiving dinner I prepared where the whole family including my Mom & Dad were there. It was also the last dinner I had with both of them present as my Dad died less than 2 weeks later. It is a great memory, fun and lots of laughter.
Tenacious Little Terrier says
Definitely the pie. I like baking for the holidays.
Carolyn Massey says
My favorite memory of Thanksgiving is the last dinner we all had together at my mother-in-law’s house. Everyone is gone now and would give anything for one more Thanksgiving together.
Lori Mahan says
My favorite memory is when all of my family and children came to my house and ate a wonderful meal and just sat and spent time together for hours.
My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the last time that my Grandmother had Thanksgiving dinner at her house. I was 10 years old and there were 26 people there for dinner. It was amazing. Everyone had a great time.
Kyl Neusch says
dinner at grandmas
I’m not sure, but I remember one year that we took the time to write down things we were thankful for and that was a good activity because we were struggling financially at the time. We have invited over people who didn’t have a place for Thanksgiving a few times as well.
Tim A says
My favorite Thanksgiving memory was always going out to pick out a Christmas tree after Thanksgiving dinner with the whole family.
Cathy Oppedisano says
My favourite Thanksgiving memory is actually having turkey for a change with rich, homemade gravy instead of more affordable foods on the menu for that day that did not make the day feel like it was being recognized.
Fighting over the center maple nut twist!
Tracy Shafer says
Just every year having dinner with my whole family…this will be my first one ever without them. I moved out of state so I wont see my family this year
Watching the parade with my cousins and siblings and waiting for Grandma’s delicious turley feast to begin!
Gina Fleury says
My favourite Thanksgiving was always going back to my grandmother’s house in the next province over and seeing and playing with all my relatives from there that we never saw very often due to distance not avoidance.
Brigitte I. says
My favourite Thanksgiving memory is when all my family, my parents from Switzerland and my aunt, were joining us here in Canada for a very special Thanksgiving dinner.
Olga Galarza says
waking up to a house full of turkery smell..
Sherry K says
My favourite memories of Thanksgiving always include food. We have the exact same food every time and joke about it all the time. And we forget the cranberry sauce every time, too.
Brandy c says
I always remember the good sweet potato casserole.
Sherrie K. says
My favorite memory is watching my Mom cook a huge Thanksgiving feast and her letting me lick the cake spoons.
Kelley Chapman says
My boys helping my cook.
Craig Lange says
My best Thanksgiving was at my Grandma’s and there was so much good food I couldn’t stop eating…and then there were leftovers and I ate them for 3 days after and I still craved the food we ate after it was all gone!
Erica B. says
One of the best memories is when the dog ate all the stuffing that was left on the counter.
kate b says
My favorite memory is my very serious uncle holding his leg up to compare it to the turkey leg.
Amy Deeter says
Having thanksgiving dinner with my grandma and grandpa and my grandparents.I miss that
cynthia dawson says
My Thanksgiving memory is the last Thanksgiving my grandparents were both living. I miss them!
Diane Mentzer says
I love the smell of turkey going through the house when I wake up in the morning and then watching the parades with the kids.
Johnna Horn says
Being with my extended family at the farm when my grandparents were still living.
Kimmy Ripley says
My favorite Thanksgiving memory was my daughter’s first. I am so thankful and grateful to have her in my life!
Deborah Cunningham Martin says
Every year starting on Thanksgiving day my kids and I would start a huge puzzle together and we would work on it everyday from then until Christmas Eve. The last piece would go in Christmas Eve and that would allow us time to spend together bonding and talking about our day not just for the holidays but everyday in between.
Amanda C says
My sister’s birthday occasionally falls on Thanksgiving. A birthday tradition we have is that the birthday person picks the meal. My most entertaining memories are of having pizza right alongside our turkey!
Sofie Herrera says
My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the whole family getting together and everyone helping to cook we all had to help and we always had a great time .
Danielle Wood says
My favorite thanksgiving memory is when my mom was able to come home to spend thanksgiving with her grandson for his first!
annette campbell says
I remember eating lunch at grandma’s house and then going in the yard and picking up pecans.