Start Your Holiday Shopping NOW with Hannaford’s Gift Card Offer 100$ Amazon #Giveaway #HannfordBTS16


I know, I know. It’s only August why should we be thinking about Holiday Shopping. I’m trying to start early this year and avoid the inevitable stressful shopping frenzy. I’m always on the hunt for great deals when it comes to gift cards.. the perfect gift for anyone on your list. You can find awesome deals all year long and save yourself time, aggravation and money as the holidays approach.

For a limited time (until August 23) you can can take advantage of a great money saving deal at your local Hanford Grocery Stores. If you stop by the checkout BEFORE you do your shopping and grab a $50 gift card for select retailers, you will get 10$ off your next shopping trip! If you have credit cards that give cash back on grocery store purchases you can save even more money! The participating gift cards are:

  • Fandango
  • Red Robin
  • LL Bean
  • Lowe’s
  • Nike
  • Burger King
  • Xbox
  • Petsmart
  • Aeropostale

I know any of these gift cards would make great gifts this year. You can even buy ones that you would use yourself. If you’re already planning on shopping at one of these stores than it’s like getting 10$ off your purchase! I love saving money and if I can save time too that is a winning combination!

Want another Holiday Shopping bonus? Enter below to win a 100$ Amazon Gift Card and get even more people checked off your holiday list! Happy Saving!!!

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