Sunday, December 16, 2012

Peanuts Deluxe Holiday Collection, Classic Christmas Favorites or Dr. Seuss’s Deluxe Holiday Collection Giveaway

Ho Ho Ho, it’s the holiday season and that can only mean one thing... Shopping!  But finding presents for your loved ones can be no easy task!  That’s why Warner Bros. has come up with their awesome Happy Holidays Blog App featuring some classic and new movies out on Blu-ray sure to please everyone from your teeny nephew to grandma wrinkles!  



Would you like a chance to win a Peanuts Deluxe Holiday Collection, Classic Christmas Favorites or Dr Seuss's Deluxe Holiday Collection on Blu-ray?   Just leave a comment below and share your best survival tip for the holidays.  Hurrycontest ends on Dec. 18th!









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75 comments:

  1. My best survival tip is to shop early to avoid crowds.

    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  2. My best survival tip is to shop early.

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  3. My best survival tip is to do as much ahead of time as you can (shopping, cooking, etc.). Then, you can grab some wine and chill out!
    mommybloggingfun@gmail.com

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  4. My tips are to get enough rest and don't wait until Christmas Eve to assemble toys. :-)

    Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com

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  5. My best tip is to buy gifts and party supplies ahead of time - don't wait until the last minute.

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  6. My best holiday survival tip is to have fun. Do not do stuff that stresses you out. If you do not want to go see the relatives you never see...don't. Spend time with your kids, smile, laugh, watch movies, make cookies. Have fun.

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  7. My tip is shop online and avoid the crowds

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  8. My best tip is to take time for yourself and relax.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. My best tip is to not get wrapped up in buying a lot of presents for kids. There are more important things that we should be showering our kids with. After the horrific events of this past Friday, I think family time and love and giving back should be the priority...not a tree heaping with gifts.

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  10. My best tip is to make a list and a budget and follow both!! Also, don't get so wrapped up in doing things that you forget to have fun!

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  11. My best tip is to make a list and keep up with it!

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  12. Make a list, stick to your budget and check out online sales to avoid the crowd.

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  13. Shop early, you don't want to be stressing out getting gifts at the last minute.

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  14. Take a multivitamin and a good dose of omega3 everyday in December. You cannot get sick or lose your focus!

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  15. My best advice is to slow down and enjoy this special time with friends and family.

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  16. Chocolate..lots and lots of chocolate

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  17. My best tip is don't stress about the things you aren't able to get down, focus on being with your family and you will have a much better time!

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  18. My best tip is to find time for yourself.
    mintstatesportswear(at)juno(dot)com

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  19. I wait 'till the last minute to buy presents. That way I get the full frustrating effect of christmas.

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  20. Keep a special reserve of Whiskey hidden in the grill outside just in case family gets a little to intense is my survival tip

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  21. Try online shopping. It is quicker, the prices are cheaper, and it there is no hassle of having to wait in those very long lines.

    Lonerwor@aim.com

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  22. Try online shopping. It is quicker, the prices are cheaper, and it there is no hassle of having to wait in those very long lines.

    Lonerwor@aim.com

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  23. Shop throughout the year.
    lisa.blogs2 at gmail dot com

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  24. shop for gifts during the whole year so no need to shop during the holidays

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  25. my tip is to try to stay organized!
    wendywynsma@gmail.com

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  26. Buy everything online and have it shipped to their homes

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  27. My tip is to make a list and check it twice - or more!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    sandralclark at outlook.com

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  28. My best tip is start a Christmas fund at the beginning of the year and put money in it every week or when you can throughout the year so when it's time to go Christmas shopping in November, you will have enough saved up. Make a list of people that you need to buy for and stick to the list.

    Thanks so much for hosting this great giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  29. My tip is to recruit help! I include my husband in shopping for his family... and cooking... and cleaning. Fortunately, he is a super-husband and helps willingly! We also try to keep the holidays pretty simple, so that makes it easier for both of us!
    wilburnnewsome atyahoodotcom

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  30. My best tip is to shop online & avoid the busy stores :)

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  31. Thank you for the very sweet giveaway! <3
    I haven't seen some of these in ages, but we love them!

    Anyway, what has helped me survive during hectic times, is maintaining a good sense of humor! Years down the road no one will care or remember if the tree was decorated perfectly, but they WILL fondly remember the year the dog *helped* open presents, or the snowflake cookies that turned out looking like amoebas lol

    Enjoy! Life is too precious for anything less <3

    Mary DeBorde
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail dot com

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  32. just breath and a little prayer never hurts

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  33. Shop online, even if it is just for certain things!! Amazon.com has some amazing deals going on right now.
    iloveher6923 at yahoo dot com

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  34. My best tip is to not sweat the small stuff as well as pick and choose your battles.Thanks!
    lstanziani(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  35. Wear lots of lotion! The cold outside and dry heater air inside will leave your skin dry and crackly, so keep moisturized, outside with lotion, and keep hydrated inside with lots of water.

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  36. SHERRIE C. ON RAFFLECOPTER

    My best survival tip: Plan Christmas dinner weeks ahead and always finish gift wrapping a couple of weeks before Christmas.

    callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  37. Plan ahead and don't wait until the last minute to shop and wrap gifts. Ask family to help wrap each other's gifts which can be fun for everyone.

    gantzgirl87(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  38. My best survival tip start christmas shopping in the summer

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  39. Make your cookies early and freeze them!

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  40. Nice giveaway!
    Start early and try to do things ahead. Make food before that you can serve later. Clean much before the actual day. Keep clutter down-before.
    spcale at yahoo dot com

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  41. My tip is to have a plan before hitting the stores

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  42. to survive the holidays i just do my best to stay stress free. i am not perfect and my house doesn't have to be perfect!

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  43. Shop online whenever possible. To save money purchase from eBay or Amazon used products. A very good condition video game is going to be 50% cheaper and of the same quality of a new game.

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  44. Start shopping early, avoid the malls on weekends and plan time for yourself over the holidays so you don't make yourself crazy!

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  45. Shop EARLY =) =) Malls are crazy now!

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  46. Start everything early, shopping, wrapping, decorating, EVERYTHING.
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  47. I start shopping in July, I buy one present every pay day,

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  48. DR Suess is the best! My holiday tip is when things get stressed try not to look at the clock!

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  49. My best survival tip is to get shopping and cooking down as early as possible, that way you are not rushing around christmas eve for everything when stores are closing.

    Peachesncream887(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  50. I get everything done black friday! It's easier for me that way. Plus the deals really help!

    eglewa01@gmail.com

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  51. My tip is to shop off season. I work retail so I never do any of my shopping during the actual holiday season and it helps. You can avoid the crowds and lines.

    scarter305 at aol dot com

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  52. I wrap 5 gifts every night so I don't have one solid evening of wrapping, which kills my back.

    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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  53. Shop online as much as possible.

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  54. Make sure you have enough food and batteries

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  55. Make a budget & stick to it. Yeah, right. Right? ;)

    yupbucket@hotmail.com

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  56. My tip is to shop and decorate early and then you can find time to enjoy the holidays.

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  57. I try to buy a little bit all year long...I keep a running list in my iphone and that way I am not overwhelmed in December!

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  58. My best tip is to stay organized and prepared during the holiday season.
    It saves time and is less stressful.

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  59. Best tip is listing everyone and what you got and stay organized to the list. This way no one is forgotten and shopping is equal for each.

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  60. My best tip is to shop early in the mornings before the crowds. debsweeps4@yahoo.com

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  61. My best tip is to try to get stuff on sale during the year oh and enter lots of giveaways

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  62. Don't try to do it all at once, break it up - the shopping, the cooking, etc...

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  63. My best tip is to not travel during the holidays-- I find it stressful

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  64. my best advice is to just relax!! :)

    hollyngunter@gmail.com

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  65. My best tip is to do your gift shopping throughout the year so you don't get so stressed come December.
    michelletucker at baconnation dot net

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  66. My best survival tip is to plan for shopping. Research sales and online. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  67. The best thing I can think of is to stay warm!!

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  68. Try to relax and enjoy family and friends. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  69. A really cool way to get into the holiday spirit is to write down all the cool holiday things to do around town...and do them! See the lights, go caroling, listen to concerts, go to Christmas tree lightings, etc. Free is best!

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  70. Shop before Thanksgiving. Selection is better, price are often better and much list crowds! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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