{CLOSED!} $500 Gift Card Giveaway from @FavadoApp #resolutionsolution

#resolutionsolution Favado app

And the winner is…Lisa B.!  Lisa has been emailed with further instructions.  Congratulations!

Yes. You read that right. 500 smackers.

For one of you.

Like. WHOA.

Did you blew your budget last year? Well, it’s 2014 – your chance for a fresh start and to stick to your budget again in the new year. Favado, your friendly neighborhood grocery savings mobile app from Savings.com, can help you do just that. Personalized just for you, the Favado money-saving app will help you keep your resolution to save on groceries this year. It’s the solution to keeping your 2014 resolution!

Did you know this about grocery store sales cycles?

Grocery stores and manufacturers work hard to push out their best sale prices to you on a weekly basis through their store circulars. If you follow along closely, you’ll notice that most products operate on an 8-12 week sales cycle. You’ll also find that “product families” all go on sale at the same time, for example all the P&G products will be discounted the same weeks, and will return to their regular prices for a few weeks, then go back on sale together several weeks later.

Following sales cycles and tracking prices can help you save hundreds on groceries every year. Favado does the work for you and shows  you when your favorite products go on sale, so that you can purchase them when they are on sale and not have to pay full price in between sales cycles. Over time, you’ll learn how much to purchase to last you until the next sale.

Simply download the app, set your “Favorites” in the menu bar, and then check the “Faves” filter for the best deals and prices for the brands and products you like.

We’ll be talking all about sales cycles during tonight’s #resolutionsolution Twitter party. There is another $300 in prizes that will be giveaway away tonight!

9 pm EST, here on Twitter. RSVP here.

AND, as if that isn’t enough….

I’ll be hosting another live google chat on Thursday night at 9 pm EST. More details and links to watch to come…

And now…the details on how you can enter to win $500. There are 10 different ways to enter, so go crazy…(And please leave separate comments for each entry!)

Contest Details

1. Contest ends Friday, January 31th at 5 pm EST.

  • Entry #1: Download the App! (if you’ve already downloaded it, yay, then leave a comment letting me know what you love about it!)
  • Entry #2: Tweet the following: WHOA – $500 Gift Card up for grabs at @5dollardinners from @favadoapp! http://bit.ly/favadogive #resolutionsolution
  • Entry #3: Share about this giveaway on your Facebook page. (You can click the share button below!)
  • Entry #4: Email a friend and tell them about the app! (You can click the share buttons below!)
  • Entry #5: Follow $5 Dinners on Pinterest.
  • Entry #6: Follow $5 Dinners on Facebook.
  • Entry #7: Follow $5 Dinners on Twitter.
  • Entry #8:  Follow Favado on Facebook.
  • Entry #9:  Follow Favado on Pinterest.
  • Entry #10:  Follow Favado on Twitter.
  • Reminder: Please leave separate comments for each entry.

2. Winner will be selected by Random.org. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

**NOTE: If you receive the email newsletter and wish to enter this giveaway, click on the title of this giveaway to get to the site and leave a comment on the site with your name and email address to be entered!

*Disclosure: I work with Savings.com on the app. I also post the monthly Costco deals that show up in the app. I am also an official app promoter, which allows me to host this giveaway. Opinions are my own. 


  1. Amanda T says

    I like Favado because I can see what the sales are easily without hunting them down before I decide whether to head to the store or not. And being that the store is 40 miles away, that helps a lot!

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    customers, packaging their orders, shipping out the orders and then handling any delivery issues.

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