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Giveaway: Ipod Shuffle from Groupit.com (Ends midnight 12/17)

Free iPod Shuffle!

I'll bet that caught your attention, eh?

Yes, it's true! A free iPod shuffle can be yours, thanks to Groupit.com. You can make someone very happy this Christmas morning!

Groupit is an online site that helps you 'Buy with Friends.' During the holiday season, you can organize family and friends who want to contribute to larger gifts or to buy items together. What a great idea!

If you're interested in an iPod Shuffle for a lucky loved one, then follow the directions below and Good Luck!


To be entered to win an iPod Shuffle YOU MUST:

1) Check out Groupit and comment on Married to a Geek (click here) with your first impressions and a thought as to how you might use the service. (Mandatory first entry)


GOOD LUCK! This giveaway will close Friday 12/17 at midnight PST. I will announce the winners this Saturday 12/18. Groupit will ship your iPod Shuffle to you immediately so you receive it in plenty of time in case you want to use it as a Christmas stocking stuffer or gift.


If you have any questions using Groupit, call their friendly customer support team at 1-866-830-5411 and they'll be glad to help! www.groupit.com

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