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Whole Foods’ $250 Gift Card Giveaway

Whole Foods Markets have a $250 gift card to give away for the winner’s Thanksgiving feast. Click here for information on Whole Foods’ holiday offerings from fresh, ready-to-cook turkeys and other ingredients for DIY holiday dinners to prepared dishes and desserts — natural, organic and delicious. The choice of turkeys — including heritage, organic, kosher and brined — is particularly impressive. No purchase is necessary. To enter: Click here for the Whole Foods site. Scroll down to the bottom of that page and leave a reply describing how you would use the gift card. Deadline to enter is November 14. This is not a MHOTC-run contest, so you must enter using the link above. We have closed comments here so that no more can inadvertently be left, but we still want to share it with you.

11 comments on “Whole Foods’ $250 Gift Card Giveaway

  1. Jacqfueline on said:

    My birthday lands on Thanksgiving this year so a gift card would make it very special. Thank you for your consideration!

  2. I was born on Thanksgiving. I would share the bounty with friends and family. Thank you.

  3. Chris v on said:

    I would use the gift card to purchase everything for our family’s thanksgiving dinner. My parents are always buying and cooking everything. I would like to do it this year :)

  4. Claire on said:

    As we noted in the post, this is NOT a MHOTC-run drawing. Please re-read the post and leave your comment on Whole Foods’ site ((link provided).

  5. Claire on said:

    As we replied to Susan, As we noted in the post, this is NOT a MHOTC-run drawing. Please re-read the post and leave your comment on Whole Foods’ site ((link provided).

  6. Annemarie Thomas on said:

    My sister lives in lower Manhatten & has been through so much…Sandy knocked
    out lights & power. She & family live on the 20th floor..no elevators either.
    All food in fridge not edible….I would use the “yummy & delious” WHOLE FOODS
    card to help them get back on their “food replacement” feet.
    Thank you…WHOLE FOODS

  7. Claire on said:

    As we replied to other readers, this is NOT a MHOTC-run drawing. Please re-read the post and leave your comment on Whole Foods’ site ((link provided).

  8. Valerie on said:

    I could use a gift card with thanksgiving coming up.

  9. It is impossible to find the contest page I sat on their website going from place to place for 5 mins and did not find it. ridiculous!

  10. Any of the links in this post will take you to the page where you can leave comments for Whole Foods. Please note that all comments are manually approved and they are getting slammed so be patient. It may take a few hours before your comment is approved but you will be entered.

  11. Claire on said:

    Lori – Please read the post more carefully. Again, this is a not a MHOTC contest, nor is it “ridiculous,” but to enter, it is necessary to follow the link to the appropriate Whole Foods page. Since serveral MHOTC readers seem to have been confused, we have further clarified the post and changed every single link on our page to the correct Whole Foods page. So try again, and good luck.