DailyWorth Holiday Payoff $704 Giveaway (3 Winners)!

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According to DailyWorth the average American spent $704 during the 2011 holiday season!

This FREE daily personal finance email made especially for women is giving 3 lucky winners $704 to help pay off any holiday debt you may have obtained and give you a fresh slate for 2012! This giveaway ends on January 31st.

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  1. Is this for whatever bills you want or just credit card? I am wondering if this is a sign since my house payment is exactly that, but we have nothing on credit cards.

  2. I think you could use it for anything.

  3. Yay!

  4. Gwen Holsinger Stuart via Facebook says:

    it says the deadline is 1/31/11? Is it over?

  5. It is a brand new contest so I’m thinking that is a typo.

  6. I keep trying to sign up to enter by each time I get a message telling me “The Offer You’re Looking For Has Reached It’s Limit Or Is No Longer Available At This Time”.

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