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Win A Tango Card


Recently, I was approached by the people at Tango, who invited me to offer a giveaway here for a $50 Tango Card.

The Tango Card is a flexible gift card that can be redeemed for name brand gift cards like Amazon or SpaFinder, donated to charity, or even redeemed for cash. So for example, imagine you have a $50 Tango Card – you can spend $25 at Amazon, donate $10 to the USO, and still finish up with $15 on a Starbucks card. They also have free mobile apps that let people organize gift cards in one place, use gift cards in-store from a mobile device, and receive email alerts and reminders to use gift cards.

You can find out more about your options using a Tango Card here and if you’re a visual learner, there’s even a Tango Card YouTube video. The free mobile app for managing your gift card is here.

And so, just in time for Valentine’s Day, if you are still looking for something for your sweetie–or for you!–enter for a chance to win a $50 Tango Card by leaving a comment on this post.

TO ENTER: Leave a comment sharing what you would do with your $50 Tango Card! For an extra chance to win, you can also follow @TangoCard on Twitter and leave a comment (here) letting me know you’ve done so. Eligible entry ends at noon EST on Friday, February 10. One winner will be randomly selected using and the winner will be posted here by 3 p.m. (Friday, February 10).

P.S. The winner can choose either a physical or digital Tango Card.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Tango Card and they gave me a $50 gift card. How am I going to use my card? I will probably use it to order something for the kitchen in the studio through Amazon!

UPDATE: The winner is #171, willsahna. See here for a second chance.

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