Save a Turkey’s Worth on your Thanksgiving Feast ~ #FavadoApp Twitter Party with $300+ in prizes


Favado, the brand new grocery savings app, is here to help you “save a turkey’s worth” on your Thanksgiving meal and all the other holiday ingredients you’ll need this holiday season. If you haven’t downloaded Favado yet, you can sign up here and get to saving on your groceries.

To celebrate this holiday season, we want to cover the costs of your Thanksgiving feast…so we’re giving away 3 $100 gift cards to the grocery store of your choice! Gobble, gobble! 

Come join us on Thursday, November 7th at 12 pm PT/3 pm ET on the #favadoapp hashtag on Twitter.

Hosts: @mycrazysavings @groceryshopfree @mommyswishlist @igobogo @savings @favadoapp

: Put the link to your Twitter handle below in order to RSVP.

Join the Party:
 Follow along on Twitter, or follow along with tchat.

Prizes and Sponsors: (1) $50 Amazon GC courtesy of, (1) $100 Mastercard GC courtesy of Bags & Bows by Deluxe, (3) $100 Grocery GC courtesy of

: RSVP on the link above, and be actively participating during the Twitter party with the hash tag #favadoapp on November 7, 2013 from 12pm PT/3pm ET until 1pm PT/4pm ET. Winners will be chosen from the RSVP list using Winners must be actively tweeting with the hash tags at the time they are randomly selected. Winners will be notified with an @ mention, and must respond via DM within 5 minutes of being notified. If another winner must be chosen after the party is over, winner will be randomly selected from the RSVP list using There is a limit of one prize per household during the party. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of your prize. 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. VOID WHERE TAXED, PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW. Subject to official rules and open to United States residents. See you at the party! Let us know if you have any questions.


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  1. itsmo58

    12 months ago

    RSVP – be there!

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