{NOW CLOSED} New Snapfish Pink Store + $35 Gift Card Giveaway

Snapfish has launched a new Pink Gives Store. The Pink Gives Store will allow purchases of customized products including calendars, notebooks, notepads, cards, and more. For any purchase made, Snapfish will donate 30% of the proceeds to BreastCancer.org.

BreastCancer.org is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to providing the most reliable, medically reviewed information on breast health and breast cancer. This information helps those affected by breast cancer the ability to make the most informed decisions.

If you spend $10 on any Pink Gives product in October, you will receive a FREE set of address labels.  Just use the promotional code PINKGIVES at checkout.

How would you like to win a $35 Gift Certificate to create your own Pink Gives items?

How to Win?

Prize: $35 Snapfish Gift Certificate

You can enter up to 4 times with the following methods:

1. Leave a comment: How has Breast Cancer affected you? If it hasn’t, does October being pink month make you more aware?

2. Become a Facebook Liker of Bargain Briana on Facebook.

3. Tweet the following on Twitter:

Pink Gives Store + Win a $35 Gift Certificate to Snapfish! @bargainbriana http://bit.ly/d5yeNI

4. Subscribe to my free newsletter via email or RSS. You must confirm your email subscription for it to be a valid entry. If you are already a subscriber, leave a comment letting me know you are already subscribed.

Please leave a comment for each additional entry.

Giveaway ends 10/19/2010 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

Winner will be chosen by random. Be sure bargainbriana@gmail.com is in your safe sender list as you don’t want to miss the email if you are the chosen winner. If winner doesn’t respond to my email within 48 hours, I will pick another winner. U.S. Entries only.

This giveaway was sponsored by Snapfish. Post was written 100% by me and was not edited by the sponsor. Read more on my Disclosure Policy.

Want to win more? Enter to win the rest of my current giveaways!

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Comments

  1. 149

    says

    My aunt died from breast cancer when I was young. She was my mother’s closest sibling and even though I was too young to fully understand, I could see the pain my mother went through.

  2. 165

    says

    I haven’t really had breast cancer affect me (no one in my family has/had it or any close friends. My Dad did have colon cancer), but I do try to help promote all the sites & things going on to do with Breast cancer in Oct. I bought a t-shirt & a bracelet this year & did a few blog posts too. dramaqueensmum at gmail dot com

  3. 173

    Felicia K. says

    No one close to me has gotten breast cancer, thank god, but yes, October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month has definitely made me more aware.

  4. 179

    Sheila Hickmon says

    Thankfully, breast cancer has not affected me. But, yes Breast Cancer Awareness month makes me more aware!

  5. 186

    says

    My Mom had a breast cancer scare a few years ago and I remember being scared out of my mind about just a little scare that ended up being nothing. I can’t imagine what families go through when it’s not just a scare. I am very lucky that my family is otherwise breast cancer free, though I’m not going to let my guard down!

    ecofriendlyandfrugal(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. 188

    Brooke C says

    I have a co-worker at work who’s wife has surgery last week due to breast cancer so I am very aware of it.

  7. 192

    jennifer dawson says

    I have a close friend (who was only 29 at diagnosis!!!) that has beat her breast cancer into remission. She is amazing and such a fighter and couldn’t be more proud of her. It doesn’t run in her family so it was quite a shock to everyone but a humbling reminder just how scary and real cancer of all kinds is

    **WINNER**

  8. 199

    Emily Robison says

    My coworker’s Mother is going through chemo right now. I have been very aware of Breast Cancer lately.

  9. 204

    Heather C. says

    I have not been affected by breast cancer, but yes I am more aware. I also try and tell my friends to do regular self breast exams. I always have my yearly female doctors appt in October so that as well keeps me more aware.. lol Thanks for the giveaway!

    mjcommets at embarqmail dot com

  10. 205

    Kelly S. says

    I have not been impacted by breast cancer directly, but I do appreciate having a month set aside to focus on this major women’s issue.

  11. 208

    Ashley K says

    No one in my family has had breast cancer directly, but my mother always makes sure she gets checked because she’s had some scares before with lumps that ended up being noncancerous. It’s definitely an important month to bring awareness for breast cancer and the importance of getting checked!

  12. 212

    Oka says

    We just had an Aunt pass this month. It started with breast cancer a few years ago, it spread to her lungs and brain.

  13. 216

    says

    Breast cancer affects everyone. About 1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer over the course of our lifetime. Thats a lot. Someone’s sister, mother, daughter….
    Both of my husbands parents died of cancer. Its time everyone got involved.

    theblackat@hotmail.com

  14. 217

    sarah t says

    my grandmother and all her sisters have had breast cancer . i have also had a very large lump removed from my breast when i was 26.it turned out not to be cancer but i have to have yearly exams because the drs said it was suspicios.

  15. 223

    jamie kelsey says

    breast cancer has affected my family several times i am glad they are finally using October to show more awareness

  16. 226

    Amanda Y. says

    Fortunately (and knock on wood), it hasn’t affected us yet, but it being pink is awesome and does raise awareness in my opinion.

  17. 227

    Yvonne says

    I never really thought much about breast cancer until it hit one of my close friends. She has undergone a double mastectomy and now inspires all around her never to give up.

  18. 229

    Kristen says

    A family friend went through some brutal treatment for breast cancer including a marrow transplant, but she is now a healthy, long-term survivor.

  19. 230

    Renee H says

    I have several friends & family who are all breast cancer survivors and one of them is male. It causes you to remember to “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff”.

  20. 241

    Amber says

    i have had family members that have had it and were major fighters and all are doing good now. I am very aware but you can always learn more and support more.

  21. 243

    Christina D says

    My dad is a breast cancer survivor. It affects men too and women with a close male relative who had breast cancer are at a higher risk.

  22. 245

    Melody says

    I’m not personally affected by breast cancer but I think it’s good that there’s a whole month for it since there are so many people that are affected in one way or another by it.

  23. 255

    Kimberly says

    I have been very fortunate not to have been affected by breast cancer, but I buy plenty of pink because I know that can change at anytime.

  24. 256

    Emily says

    My grandmother had breast cancer, among other cancers. I also know a number of dear friends and relatives who also had it, but thankfully they are survivors!

  25. 257

    Kaylan says

    Breast cancer has affected my family and I love October for bringing awareness to the forefront of people’s minds!

  26. 287

    Candice Hatten says

    Breast Cancer has affected my family three times. My aunt of 47 years old was diagnosed in 2008. She is now cancer free and I SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS especially in October. Me and my family including the guys will rock our pink this month! Be aware!

  27. 292

    Angela Sheeler says

    October being pink month make you more aware?
    Yes I show my support by wearing pink and buying BCA products!

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