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End of Summer $100 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway

Welcome to the "End of Summer Giveaway Event" sponsored by Tip Hero and featuring some wonderful bloggers. With summer soon drawing to a close {unfortunately}, we thought a great big giveaway event would be the perfect pick-me-up!

And, hey, who couldn't use some back-to-school cash? 


There are some great opportunities to score deals at the end of the summer -- love! One lucky winner will win a $100 Walmart gift card to potentially use while shopping those end of the season sales. This giveaway begins on August 15th and will run until August 29th at 11:59pm US Eastern time. It will be open to residents of the US only, 18+. Use the PromoSimple form below to enter, and make sure that you take advantage of the many entries you can gain. Also, be sure to come back daily for more chances to win. Best of luck!

$100 Walmart Gift Card

Disclosure: The Kavanaugh Report is not responsible for prize distribution. If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to kira@tiphero.com. All entries are optional, but if the winner task is a task that you did not complete, a second winner will be chosen. Winners will be notified via email. If a winner does not respond within 48 hours of the time when the email is sent, another winner will be chosen.

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