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Kraft Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway (Military Only)

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Calling all you Hip2Savers in the military! Through November 4th, 2012, head on over here and answer the trivia question to enter the Kraft Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway (note that you must have a valid Military ID to enter). One sweepstakes entrant will be randomly selected to win a $100 Commissary Gift Card that you can use to buy all your Thanksgiving fixings. Good luck! :D

* Limit one (1) entry per person and per email address allowed

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18 Hip Readers Commented

  • Chantel says:

    On November first the new coupon booklet is supposed to appear in commissaries. Included in the booklet is supposed to be one for a free turkey with the purchase of select items. They said it was to be more competitive with grocery stores.

  • Destinee says:

    Awesome! Thank you!!

  • Mark says:

    Personally I think how successful of a company Kraft is, it’s sad that rather than give our military free Thanksgiving dinners, they make the military enter a contest for a thanksgiving dinner, and $100.00 doesn’t buy much of a holiday meal any more. Then again, As I recall, Pan American Airlines made Military personnel enter a contest for seats on their airlines, and look where that company is today. As a member of the media, I will be happy to let others know about Kraft’s patriotism. Afterall I may be able to help give them the type of advertising no Madison Ave. ad agency could. People in the military are risking their lives for our freedom, making them enter a contest, is cheap and tasteless on the part of Kraft. If Kraft was a new company it would be different, but Kraft isn’t new. Many people in the military may be spending their last holidays alive, making them enter a contest for what maybe their last holiday meal is wrong.

    • megan says:

      statistically you are more likely to die in a car crash than as an active duty military member. you are also more likely to be struck by lightning. im not saying my enlisted husband isnt in danger, but i think you are being way too dramatic. their last holidays alive? thats pushing it. yes, its possible, but its more likely they will serve their country and leave the military behind them.

      • Jamie says:

        Well, then it sounds like you have not have to go through a deployment where you dont hear from your husband for days or weeks, and you have to wonder if he is okay. Car crash statistics or not, having a deployed husband is much more stressful than him driving a car on a daily basis.

        • megan says:

          actually we are on our third deployment currently, 6 months in. one deployment i had a pregnancy, birth, and newborn in. weeks of not knowing. yes, i have been there. and yes it is stressful, but again, he was over reaching on the drama.

    • megan says:

      i believe the commonly accepted figure is likelyhood to die on active duty: 1/80,000. likelyhood of dying in a car crash is around 1/64-1/100…..

    • Nicole says:

      Please don’t be negative. They don’t have to enter and if they decide to then that’s their choice. I appreciate all of Collin’s deals and I’m sure the military spouses do as well. Thank you.

    • Kate says:

      Kraft doesn’t HAVE to do anything for the military, but they do- they offer coupons and contests and special offers all year long. I am a military spouse, and I absolutely do NOT feel the same entitlement that you apparently do. Be appreciative of the numerous discounts and privileges that we do get.

      It is very possible to provide a quality Thanksgiving dinner for under $100 if you shop smart, especially at the commissary.

      Thank you, Collin, for sharing this.

    • Laura says:

      I agree with Nicole, my husband is USAF. This will be a blessing to some family somewhere. I don’t know why we are talking about how likely it is for a military member to die. That is not only not appropriate but I think is just not right. Many have died. Do statistics matter? No. Thanks Collin for another great opportunity! ;-)

  • Danielle says:

    I entered — thanks for sharing! Fingers crossed! :)

  • Latoya says:

    Thanks Collin!

  • Mark says:

    As a disabled veteran , one realizes not everyone is concerned about the military members.Sorry if I upset non military citizens.

  • Christine S says:

    As a military member, you have no idea the stuff we go through in deployment/pcsing/etc. I get that as a spouse you are missing them but you seriously have no idea. Maybe you should join the military instead of running your mouth about what WE have to go through. Because it just seems to me you are an entitled spouse who doesnt know her role.

    • cjmurray94 says:

      Which comment are you referring to, Christine?

    • katie b says:

      Amen Christine s and mark! I’m a military spouse and prior service and it’s ridiculous to say just because 1/80000 die it is no big deal. When 1 out of 4 of my friends and neighbors are coming home with horrible PTSD, that is a problem that affects everyone around them and you can’t put a dollar sign on that.

  • Angela Heffner says:

    Thank you for posting this! As a military wife, and veteran of the Army with a husband currently serving on his 7th deployment, I can tell you that our military members do sacrifice their lives daily (deployed or not) for our country!
    @Megan for you to compare military death during deployment to statistics of every day death (car crash, lightning, whatever) is ludicrous. The main difference here is that a common person (not in the military) that dies from a car crash or whatever is not making the CHOICE to serve their country and put their lives on the line (daily)! But rather making the choice to drive a car. I am sorry, but there is no comparison there!

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