Win an iPod from The Penny Hoarder!

January 20, 2011
by Kyle Taylor
Founder

We’ve got a great contest starting today and the winner is going to receive a brand new iPod! It’s easy to enter, but this contest will end quickly. The last day to enter is January 30th, 2011.

Here’s a quick rundown on the prize and how to enter:

One (1) lucky winner will receive a brand new iPod shuffle.

It has 2 GB of space and comes sealed from the Apple store. The winner will be able to pick which color they would like to receive (silver, orange, pink, green, or blue).

Entry is simple! You just need to subscribe to our free updates. If you are already a subscriber then you already have earned 1 entry.

You can gain up to 2 bonus entries for doing each additional item listed below.

REQUIRED ENTRY:
1. Subscribe to our free updates:



BONUS ENTRIES:
2. Share this contest on Facebook (Please leave a comment below w/ your full name so we know you shared)
4. Leave a comment below – Tell me what song you would download first on your new iPod

This giveaway will remain open until 11:59 p.m. EST, Sunday, January 30th. Any entries received after this cut-off will not be counted. The winner will be selected randomly and will be notified via email within 48 hours after the close of the contest.

Good luck Penny Hoarders!

by Kyle Taylor
Kyle is the founder of ThePennyHoarder.com

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