No Better Deal Contest

Come join us in celebrating the Twitter Meme we started in December (“There’s #NoBetterDeal Than____”) and you could win a 32” Television from NoBetterDeal.com!

Let us know what falls under a “NoBetterDeal” for you, and we’ll show you the best deals on the internet!  There’s NoBetterDeal than that!  Just click above to get to the entry form on NoBetterDeal.com, and we’ll handle the rest.

Want an extra entry? We hoped so – all you have to do is get your creative juices flowing and put your idea in the form of an image or video!  Once you get your multimedia witticisms uploaded, point us in the right direction on the entry form so we’ll know it’s yours.

That’s not all:
JOIN US ON MARCH 12TH AT 9PM EST AS WE HOST ANOTHER #NOBETTERDEAL TWITTER PARTY! Show off your wit to the #NoBetterDeal online community AND be entered for even more prizes!

“Theres #nobetterdeal than coming home to bacon/eggs…at 9pm!” – Twitter User
“There’s #nobetterdeal than Lisa! Luvyou!” – Twitter User (awww)
“Theres #nobetterdeal than the one I just gave the [Unnamed Retail Clothing Store]…$85 for jeans????” – Ironic Twitter User

This giveaway is open to the USA only, age 18+ and ends 3/30/10.

This post was written with information provide by Global Influence and No Better Deal. By writing this I am entered to win a Wii or an Amazon gift certificate from Global Influence and a flat screen tv from No Better Deal.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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