Tweetstakes: Win $100 Towards HalloweenCostumes.com!

Halloween CostumesWe are SO excited for Halloween here at Gurl.com! I mean, who doesn’t like a holiday that gives you an excuse to dress up in super fun costumes, scare yourself and eat tons of candy without anyone judging you? Now, the only question is, what should our costumes be?

I’m pretty sure most of you girls are thinking the same thing. Figuring out what to be for Halloween is a pretty major decision – after all, it only happens once a year. So to help you out a little bit, we’re giving away a $100 gift card towards HalloweenCostumes.com! You’ll be able to pick out the perfect costume, along with the best accessories, just in time for the spookiest night of the year. To enter, follow us on Twitter and tweet at us “#halloweengurl“. It’s that easy! Not get going, ladies!

What are you waiting for? Enter now!

Here’s how to enter:

STEP 1: FOLLOW Gurl.com on Twitter.

STEP 2: Tweet the following message at us: “#halloweengurl”

This sweepstakes ends on October 17, 2012 at 12 noon EST. Good luck!

This Sweepstakes is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Twitter®.

For more information, read the Official Rules of the HalloweenCostumes.com Tweetstakes

 

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5 Comments

  1. avatarkatlyn says:

    I followed and tweeted. My two older kids have been wearing the same costumes for the past 3 years and they just don’t fit anymore. My youngest is 6 now and has never even had a costume. He is disabled, and we want to get him a cowboy costume, and put a cardboard horse around his wheelchair. I really need this giftcard!!!

  2. avatarLinda S Davison says:

    My granddaughter would love this Twister Britney Spears dance game. Tweeted

  3. avatartonyia says:

    Would love to win! Thank you

  4. avatarSarah says:

    I followed and tweeted thank you for the opportunity

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