Dec 19th, 2014


Oh how times flies. It seems like just yesterday we kicked off our Gift-a-Day Giveaway, but nearly 20 days later we’re almost ready to pick some winners. In case you’ve missed a few days, or you have no idea what we’re talking about, consider this your wake-up call. There are still 20 awesome prizes up for grabs!

What is this?

The Gift-a-Day Giveaway is a massive 20-day-long contest we’re doing for the Holidays. Each day since December 1st we have posted a “Gift Idea” to help you get your shopping done. At the bottom of each Gift Idea is a widget that allows you to enter the giveaway up to 6 times. Enter every day and you could earn over 100 chances to win one of 20 prizes.

Did someone say prizes?

Oh yes, we’ve got prizes. A winner will be chosen from each of the 20 gift idea posts. Those 20 winners will be randomly paired up with one of our 20 prizes. Here’s what’s up for grabs:

  • Nexus 6 (2)
  • Nexus 9 (2)
  • Nexus Player (4)
  • Moto 360 (2)
  • Sony SmartWatch 3 (1)
  • LG G Watch R (1)
  • ASUS ZenWatch (1)
  • Additional prizes will be announced on Monday (12/22).

Check the original announcement for rules & conditions.

Where can I enter?

I’m glad you asked. Like I mentioned above, you can enter every single day to improve your chances to win. You can visit our Gift-a-Day Giveaway landing page to see all the Gift Ideas, or check out the list below.

Android collectibles Chargers
Supertooth Bluetooth speaker KICK lighting studio
Smart travel router Selfie Stick
Drones NES Bluetooth controller
Bluetooth keyboards USB travel razor
CarLock BowBlade controller
Headphones LED light bulbs with speakers
Quick Charge 2.0 accessories Nest + Dropcam
Mountek car dock Bluetooth keychains

Make sure you have entered the contest on every single one of these Gift Idea posts. It can only improve your odds of winning something awesome. On Monday (12/22) we will pick the winners during a live Google Hangout. Good luck and Happy Holidays!

local_offer    Gift-a-Day Giveaway  Phan Giveaways  

stars Further Reading