Gluten-free giveaways for celiac disease holidays
Holiday shopping can easily stretch and pop any budget, but you may want to take a break and enter free giveaways. There are ongoing contests from multiple brands, companies, bloggers and others during the holiday season. You may win a gluten-free basket filled with chocolate or a new blender to make smoothies so consider spending a few minutes on the giveaways.
The holiday season is filled with giveaways as companies try to promote their products and show off new items. Most contest entries only require a couple of minutes to fill out, but some may ask you to use your social media accounts to share the giveaway. Each contest will have its own rules, and it is important to research the company and website promoting the giveaway, so you can avoid scams.
Simply Gluten Free provides an updated compilation list of various giveaways on its website. You can also check previous contests and see the names of the winners. Currently, the site is offering users the chance to enter to win a free gluten-free Wholesome Sweeteners basket, Kay’s Naturals food basket, Amazon gift card, RP’s pasta tote filled with food and other gifts.
Gluten Free Frenzy also provides a list of new gluten-free giveaways that features items such as the Real Salt variety pack, Tammy Credicott cookbooks, Three Bridges ravioli, Pamela’s Products baking assortment prize pack and other gifts. You may also want to occasionally check the Gluten Free Recipe Box site for giveaways. Individual gluten-free brands will have contests and give free products throughout the year, so you may want to create a list of your favorites and check their websites frequently. You should also visit their Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media networks for the latest updates on possible contests. Many brands will start a contest after releasing a new product or reformulating an older one, so paying attention to the news will help.
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