Win BIG with GameStop.com! (Day #6)

December 8th, 2010

We thought it would be fun to throw in a little giveaway in our 12 days series! And this is one that the kids will be shouting from the rooftops about if you are a lucky winner! GameStop is letting us give away a $250 gift certificate! But, as they say…WAIT! THERE’S MORE! 😉 There is a GRAND PRIZE that you will not believe! The giveaway closes in just 2 days (December 10, 2010) so hurry, hurry! Here are the fun details!

TodaysMama and GameStop have made it their mission to give Santa a run for his money this year. TodaysMama is hosting Mama’s Holiday Wish List, a huge giveaway on their site and they’ve shared their stockpile of gifts with The DIY Dish so we can share them with you.

To win a $250 gift certificate to GameStop, simply do ANY or ALL of the following! You can have 3 entries!

1.  Leave a comment here on the DIY Dish Blog and let us know one thing on YOUR wishlist this year.
2.  Tweet about this contest on Twitter. (You can use our button found at the top or bottoms of this post! Be sure to include @GameStop and @theDIYdish in your post)
3. Tell us how you shared this contest with your friends!

Now here’s what the GRAND PRIZE winner will receive through Mama’s Holiday Wish List! Are you ready for this?

1.  An XBOX 360/Kinect combo pack!

2. The Special Edition Wii combo pack!

3.  Special Edition DSi combo pack!

And in addition to those amazing prizes…A $1000 gift card to Gamestop! WOW!

The annual Mama’s Holiday Wish List contest gives people a chance to read and share heartwarming, funny and inspiring answers to the Holiday Wish List Meme for a chance to win that fantastic grand prize package from GameStop.

Entering is easy, and this link will describe how you can enter to win the GRAND prize by posting a Holiday Wish List Meme. Here is Kim’s:

1. What is your holiday wish for your family?
A: To be happy and healthy! (Although my kids just may have “other” ideas – lol)

2. What is your Christmas morning / Hanukkah Nightly tradition?
A: Kids jump in bed with us way too early (5 am?) and we start the day! Orange rolls and fruit for breakfast.  A lot of our big celebration comes Christmas Eve.

3. If you could ask Santa for one, completely decadent wish for yourself, what would it be?
A: Just one? LOL!  A vacation…

4. How do you make the holidays special without spending any money?
A: Turning up the Christmas tunes, watching Christmas movie classics, driving around looking at the lights, sledding and hot chocolate, and  and spending time with the family

5. What games did you play with your family growing up?
A: I grew up with Atari! I was the self-proclaimed Pac-Man champion in my day! :)

6. What holiday tradition have you carried on from your own childhood?
A: “Secret Santa” for another family

7. Where would you go for a Christmas/Hanukkah-away-from-home trip?
A: Somewhere WARM!

8. Check out GameStop and tell us, what are the three top items on your GameStop Wish List this year?
A: Disney Epic Mickey,  UDraw Tablet with UDraw Studio, and The Sims 3

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Don’t forget! One of The DIY Dish viewers is going to win a $250 gift certificate this week! As a reminder, here’s how you can enter to win that one:

To win a $250 gift certificate to GameStop, simply do ANY or ALL of the following! You can have 3 entries!

1.  Leave a comment here on the DIY Dish Blog and let us know one thing on YOUR wishlist this year.
2.  Tweet about this contest on Twitter. (You can use our button found at the top or bottoms of this post! Be sure to include @GameStop and @theDIYdish in your post)
3.  Tell us how you shared this contest with your friends!

  • Mary D.
    December 11, 2010 at 7:28 am
    #1

    My son needs a new wireless controller for his X Box 360. And a few more games would always be nice. Thanks

  • Mary D.
    December 11, 2010 at 7:29 am
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  • Terri Eagan
    December 11, 2010 at 7:33 am
    #3

    My wish is for smaller plastic storage containers for my fabric. The ones I have are too big and weigh too darn much!

  • Aubrey
    December 11, 2010 at 9:45 pm
    #4

    One thing on my wish list is my own craft room so I don’t have to pull out all my crafting bins just to get something as simple as my glue gun out! EEK!

  • Kate
    December 12, 2010 at 12:58 am
    #5

    My wish is for a holiday in the UK. I have shared this opportunity with some of my crafting friends.

  • Judy Post
    December 12, 2010 at 2:04 pm
    #6

    My wish is simple, but not easy to get. I would like my health back. I will keep praying & trying! Please pray for me, too.

  • christina
    December 12, 2010 at 2:19 pm
    #7

    I’ve emailled all my contacts the link to this contest :)

  • christina
    December 12, 2010 at 2:20 pm
    #8

    top of my wishlist is an embroidery machine but a gift certificate for games to play with the kids would be good too 😉

  • Eunice Paul
    December 12, 2010 at 9:43 pm
    #9

    Besides Peace on Earth. I would really like a new camera.

  • April
    December 13, 2010 at 1:10 am
    #10

    I would love to be home for christmas but that will not happen so I will settle for our little family to have anice christmas and maybe some wii or xbox gmaes to play with the kids and hubby! we have a blast playing together.

  • Bev
    December 13, 2010 at 1:42 am
    #11

    Time with my kids during the Holidays! (An IPad would be nice too)!

  • December 13, 2010 at 12:33 pm
    #12

    My wish list is kind of big this year, the number one thing I’d really like is to not be sewing at midnight Christmas Eve. :) But if I had to choose an actual gift it would be a lighted make-up mirror! My bathroom lighting is terrible!

  • gINNy
    December 13, 2010 at 6:27 pm
    #13

    My wish is happiness and good health

  • Sharon
    December 14, 2010 at 1:55 pm
    #14

    My special wish list is for my oldest son to find a job so he can again support his wife and my granddaughter. That is my Christmas wish from Santa.

  • johnenzor
    December 17, 2010 at 12:10 pm
    #15

    I think and iPad would be my wish, it would help me out with my business. Or a thunderbird bass to help me out with my band.

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