Friday, December 09, 2011

Quick Giveaway - 5 Free Redbox Codes

You know what I love during the holidays?  Snuggling up on the couch with my honey and kiddos watching a good Christmas movie.  I'm giving away 5 free Redbox Codes to one of my readers!  And all you have to do leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite Christmas movie is.  Easy peasy!  I'm not messing around with bonus entries with this one because it's a quick giveaway, but if you do "Like" me on Facebook I will love, love, love you! :o)


I will randomly choose a winner Sunday night (December 11.)  I will email the codes to the winner.  All codes are for $1 off a DVD rental and expire 12-31-11.


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3 comments:

  1. Without a doubt my favorite Christmas movie is Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer... claymation version. It was fun to watch when i was a kid and even better now watching it with my girls!

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  2. I love ELF! It's funny and heartwarming at the same time.

    Thanks for the giveaway :) We could definitely use a free movie night around here!
    rawrms (at) gmail (dot) com

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  3. This is easy, only the best Christmas movie ever made, A Christmas Story. I was 6 years old when this movie came out in 1983, and I have seen it every year since it came out. When you see Wal Mart selling vintage Daisy Red Rider Carbine action BB guns in 2011, you know the movie has had an impact.

    This movie takes me back to what it must have been like living during the 1940's. Do you know that most of the classic Christmas songs all came out during the 1940's. I have always wondered if that was because people were just looking for peace and hope in their lives considering all the things that happened during World War II.

    With that being said, my favorite scene in a Christmas story is at the very end, right after they learn about Chinese turkey. It shows the parents sipping wine while watching the snow fall out their front window. The narrator ends by saying it was a Christmas he would never forget, and "All was right with the world." Yes, indeed.

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