Thursday, December 20, 2012

Earn Toy Cash with Energizer Batteries!! #Giveaway!


Wow, can you believe how quickly this month has flown by? It seems like we were just sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner, and now Christmas is right around the corner! I'm sure you have most of your holiday shopping done, but if you're still planning on picking up a few gifts for the kids, then I have a great way to help you save as you shop! 



Energizer is running a great promo right now to help with holiday shopping. Look for the specially marked packages of batteries at your local department store. When you purchase 2 packages, you can redeem the codes (found inside on a little tag) online, and Energizer will credit $4.00 to your Paypal account, or send you a $4.00 pre-paid MasterCard! You can redeem up to 4 rewards per family/address, so that's up to $16.00 you can earn for holiday shopping!



Batteries always come in handy, so this is a really great promotion. I am always looking for batteries for our Wii remote, a flashlight, or a camera. And I love how long the Energizer batteries last, compared to other brands we have used!


Energizer is giving 2 Specially Marked Packs of Batteries 
to one of my readers!! (Choose from AA or AAA)
a Rafflecopter giveaway

16 comments:

  1. Our remote controls use many batteries

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  2. toys and remotes debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  3. We use the most batteries in our various remote controls.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. Our tv remote and smoke detectors use the most batteries around here.
    jillcollins68@yahoo.com

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  5. Our digital cameras go through a lot of batteries.
    Thanks!

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  6. We use a lot of batteries in the Wii remotes

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  7. My sons Leapster goes through the most batteries.

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  8. I would most like to put them in my son's RC truck.

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  9. We go through a lot of batteries in our digital camera.

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  10. Remotes, we go through batteries a lot.

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