you can try again to win a $100 GC to @Kmart!

From 12/11-12/17/2011 you can get a $5 Award Card with any purchase of $50 in-store or on-line.

Let’s say you didn’t win the last giveaway.

You have a second chance!

Go to any Kmart store between the dates of Dec 11 and 17, and spend at least $50, and you get a $5 Award Card.

Aldo, if you bypassed the madness that was Black Friday/Cyber Monday check out the sales Kmart will be offering their online customers THIS Monday and follow @Kmart and @Kmartdeals for more information.

And I get to give you a chance to win a $100 Kmart gift card just for being awesome.

But you HAVE to be awesome.

The contest winner will be picked by on 12/17.

TO ENTER: leave your answer in the comments area : What’s your best shopping memory, as a child or adult?

Optional extra entry (1 or 2): put this message on Twitter or Facebook and leave the link in the comments

“$5 award card w/purchase at @Kmart. I’d like to win the $100 gift card @AnissaMayhew is giving away at”

Limit (1) $5 Award Card per transaction. Award Card redeemable 12/5/11 thru 12/9/11 unless
prohibited by law. Layaway purchases receive savings off the layaway contract instead of an Award Card. Award Card amount / savings applied and pro-rated across all qualifying items for the offer, including qualifying items purchased in addition to the minimum requirements or limits of the promotion and will be deducted from any refund. While Award card quantities last. Qualifying online purchases will receive an e-gift card, via email, no later than 12/15/11.

*Includes regular, sale and/or clearance-priced items. Excludes gift cards; non-merchandise;
concessions; federal or state regulated items; alcohol; tobacco; fuel; items behind the pharmacy
counter; prescriptions; prior purchases; partial-paid special order items; cell phones and accessories; Lands’ End; Two Hearts Maternity; Scrubology and Sears merchandise rung on Sears registers within Kmart. Purchase requirement calculated before taxes and after other discounts have been applied and must be made in a single transaction.

Disclaimer: Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. None of the products / services offered on this Web site are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

This contest is sponsored by Kmart.


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41 Responses to you can try again to win a $100 GC to @Kmart!

  1. Kim December 17, 2011 at 11:59 PM #

    Tweet …….

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  2. Kim December 17, 2011 at 11:52 PM #

    My best memories are of going to NYC with my grandparents during the holidays and shopping, seeing the Rockettes and enjoying the city.

    Kim´s last post…Lady, them ain’t Pop Rocks

  3. Amy B. December 17, 2011 at 11:17 PM #

    My favorite shopping experience was going to Harrod’s for the first time. Uh-mazing. Also, I am awesome, so I fit that qualification.

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  4. Gee December 16, 2011 at 11:03 PM #

    Best shopping memory is when I bought my MacBook Pro. It was my first big purchase after starting my first “real” job. I remember feeling very accomplished I bought it w/o help from my parents.

  5. Deanna G. December 16, 2011 at 8:20 AM #

    Tweeted the message:!/calidreamin87/status/147667378401050627

  6. Deanna G. December 16, 2011 at 8:20 AM #

    My best shopping memory was shopping at the Disney store with my mom when I was a kid. It was like the coolest store I’d ever been in! :)

  7. Tracy Robertson December 15, 2011 at 5:00 PM #

    I tweeted!/tracylr233/status/147435648578629633

  8. Tracy Robertson December 15, 2011 at 4:58 PM #

    That’s a tough question. I would have to say when my boyfriend took me shopping to pick out my own outfit, because he wanted to make sure that it was something that I liked.

  9. steph December 15, 2011 at 10:21 AM #

    i loved estate sale shopping with my dad when we went on vacation!

  10. Tabathia B December 15, 2011 at 12:45 AM #

    shared on facebook (michelle b)

  11. Tabathia B December 15, 2011 at 12:41 AM #

    my first time shopping on black friday and plus taking my kids to see santa the same day and getting great clothes for them at such a cheap discount
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  12. Jill S December 14, 2011 at 4:04 PM #

    How can I pick? Anytime I go shopping is my favorite time ;) I do have to say I have had some great “adventures” on Black Friday with my girls. There are 4 of us that have gone out together for about 12 years now and we always end up with a story or two.

  13. Shari December 14, 2011 at 12:59 AM #

    My favorite shopping memory is when I was a young girl. I was infatuated with the mannequins in the store we were shopping in. I was never a ”still” child, always running around and embarrassing my mother, I am sure. For this shopping experience, I decided to take the place of one of the mannequins. I held very very still and did not let out a peep. Nor did I answer my mother, my sisters and my aunt, while they frantically searched for me throughout the department store. I really don’t know how long I evaded my mother and family as they searched for me, calling in department store staff members to assist in the search, at this point. I’m sure it was after about a thousand “Shari”s they were calling out, before I stepped off the platform and turned myself in!

  14. Rhiannon Fieri December 13, 2011 at 7:31 PM #

    I think my best shopping memory comes from when I was teaching. As a field trip/project with a group of kids from my Conflict Resolution / Peer Mediation class, we went to a local WalMart. Each kid in the group started off with up to $5 to spend as a Secret Santa for one of the other kids. Most of these kids lived on or over the edge of poverty, so $5 to spend on a present was quite something….and here they had to use what they knew about each other to pick something special for someone ELSE. If one child chose something that was under the $5, the difference went back to me. The amount accumulated was then divvied out for those gifts chosen which would cost slightly more than $5, based on the kids saying what they wanted to get and why (without giving away for who), and then the group as a whole deciding what the put the extra dollars towards. For children that often wanted for the basics, this exercise in selflessness and thoughtfulness really forced them to think about each other, which in turn did wonders for their incentive to work through their differences and attitudes in general.

    Rhiannon Fieri´s last post…My autistic son considers his own future

  15. Rachael Brownell December 13, 2011 at 7:14 PM #

    I remember my mom dropping me off at Kmart (this was wayyyy back in the 70s when that was a reasonably safe thing to do) with some money so I could shop for christmas presents for my family. I loved having the power as a kid (i was 12 or 13 or so) to buy things for family members that were unique but inexpensive. I loved walking up and down the aisles and remember the smell of popcorn. If, after buying the presents, I had money left over I’d get an icee and relax at the counter like a real grownup. Truly great memories there.

  16. Kim Q December 13, 2011 at 1:55 PM #

    My best shopping memory was as a child, when the elusive Cabbage Patch Kids were all the rage. I HAD to have one, and we looked everywhere and could not find one. I actually believe it was in a K Mart that 2 lonely African American Cabbage Patch Kids were sitting on a near empty shelf. I snatched one up and IT WAS MINE! Katie still resides at my parents’ house and my daughter now plays with it when she goes over to visit. :o )

  17. Mandy December 12, 2011 at 2:21 PM #

    My favorite shopping memory is from when I was maybe 7 or with my mom, my Nona (grandma) and Granny (great -grandma) and Granny sat with me on benches in the middle of the mall right in front of a piano store in the mall. I remember ‘dancing’ in the middle of the benches with all of the older people clapping and urging me on and spinning in my pretty little dress Granny had made me…and the ladies remarking that it was so neat that I was shopping with all four generations of women in my family. Afterwards, we all went to Picadilly for lunch. After all the shopping I have done, that is still one of my favorite memories. Granny passed on a year or so after that and that is one of my most treasured memories of her – because she encouraged me to dance and laugh when the day to day starts to get dull :)

  18. Leah B December 12, 2011 at 10:23 AM #

    My best memory is as a child and going Christmas shopping with my dad. We would then have a “fancy lunch” – which as an adult I realize was a buffet place in the mall – where I got to choose my own food including dessert. I loved going with my dad every year.

  19. meghann @ midgetinvasion December 12, 2011 at 10:04 AM #

    When I was 15, I found this crystal bunny at a store that I knew my mom would love. It was more than my meager little funds could buy, so I spent all summer babysitting and raised the money to buy it for her for Christmas. I was so proud.

    meghann @ midgetinvasion´s last post…A Little Whistle Blowing

  20. Danille December 12, 2011 at 9:58 AM #

    My favorite memory from Christmas shopping is on a Black Friday, a few years ago when XBOX 360 came out… We had been waiting in line for a couple hours, waiting for BJ’s to open. A man who worked at another BJ’s knew what time they were opening (nobody else knew), and snuck up to the front of the line to smoke a cigarette. Low and behold, the doors open just a few minutes later. The man went running, pushing people out of the way, and flew into the store. The people towards the front of the line were pissed he cut ahead of everyone. They pushed him into a Christmas sale set up, and he crashed into it, falling on the floor. He cracked his crowd cutting head right open! I know it isn’t supposed to be funny, but holy crap it was! Nothing like seein karma’s work almost instantaneously’

  21. Melissa December 12, 2011 at 9:32 AM #

    I also tweeted!/jibbertwit/status/146235311024902144

    Melissa´s last post…Path of Resistance

  22. Melissa December 12, 2011 at 9:31 AM #

    Yesterday, I left the girls with their dad in the mall so they could shop for some small stocking item for me. They did and we met up later and headed out. So the shopping part wasn’t the best part. The 4yo was busting with the secret of what they purchased all afternoon. She kept saying ‘hey daddy. remember mommy’s present?’ and smiling. He kept saying ‘shhh don’t tell her’ and she made it to 730. I gave her a bath at 730 and she’s playing in the water and turns to me and says ‘I got you socks’. Goes back to playing in the bath. Then turns to me ‘pretty socks’. I almost peed I laughed so hard.

    Melissa´s last post…Path of Resistance

  23. Ashley Cook December 12, 2011 at 2:47 AM #

    I would love to win, who doesn’t need extra cash this time of year? I really must say my favorite shopping is usually online.

  24. Jessie C. December 12, 2011 at 1:00 AM #

    shared on FB.!/tcarolinep/posts/214041192006120

  25. Jessie C. December 12, 2011 at 12:59 AM #

    I love shopping with my sisters especially during holidays. Great deals and sales, I enjoy every minute of it.

  26. Cindy December 11, 2011 at 10:47 PM #

    Anytime I get to buy something special for someone I love, like tickets to a concert, I’m happy. I love finding the right gift for those who matter most to me.

  27. Rosa December 11, 2011 at 9:59 PM #

    My best Christmas memories were when my children were small, and they were believing that Santa was the one bringing the gifts. I remember the excitement trying to hide the gifts when purchased, so they won’t see them.

  28. Elena December 11, 2011 at 9:32 PM #

    My best shpping memory as a child was going shopping for a Christmas tree. It was exciting and fun.

  29. Mami2jcn December 11, 2011 at 9:00 PM #

    Shared on FB with my username Mary Happymommy–

  30. Mami2jcn December 11, 2011 at 8:59 PM #

    Getting great deals is always a big rush. Recently I had coupons and saved $20 off my $40 grocery shopping order and I was very pleased with myself.

    As a kid I enjoyed shopping at the mall but now as an adult I like getting a bargain at Target.

  31. Becky Campbell December 11, 2011 at 7:21 PM #

    The best memory I have is when I was sick with a sinus infection/cold and pregnant with my daughter and had to take my 4 yr old son out on Christmas Eve to buy his presents!:/ It didn’t feel so good at the time, but I was able to get everything for him in one trip, to one store and he didn’t have a clue! I gave him a sucker when we got to the store and he was so focused on that, that he didn’t even notice what I was doing!:) Go me!!

  32. C @ Kid Things December 11, 2011 at 6:57 PM #

    Any time you know you’re getting something really good at a really good price is a good shopping trip. Unfortunately, I usually end up buying crap I don’t need at ridiculous prices.

  33. pam December 11, 2011 at 5:49 PM #

    I did tweedle this:!/pammie1/status/145998619424727040

  34. pam December 11, 2011 at 5:47 PM #

    Anytime I took my kids with me shopping at the mall during the holidays was always fun. They were full of wonder and on their best behaviour because … well Santa was comin…

  35. AimeeJ December 11, 2011 at 4:02 PM #

    I tweeted.!/Awew/status/145971433942695937

  36. AimeeJ December 11, 2011 at 4:02 PM #

    A few years ago we were living in Germany and shopping at Christmas time over there is amazing…I’ll never forget it.