Tuesday, March 1, 2011

PSGive.org Review + Giveaway CLOSED!

There are tons of penny auctions out there nowadays. I personally feel that they are all the same. The thing that has really kept me away from those is the fact that you may spend quite a bit of money to try and win a prize, but then the money you spent, whether or not you win, does not go to any kind of cause or organization. It just goes to the penny auction site. Sure those online penny auctions are fun, but would it not be better to find a penny auction site that is not only fun and thrilling, but one you feel good about using? Well I have found a site like that. Its called PSGive.org. I was given some free tokens to bid on some really great products that are up for auction. And the greatest thing of all is that the proceeds from the items you are bidding on go to some really great charities! You can choose the charity you want to donate to or which product you may want to win. You buy your tokens then start bidding. Now there are other people on the site that are also bidding on the same products that you are bidding on, so it becomes a contest to see who will win!! PSGive.org is a really great penny auction site, lots of fun and great items!!! Well the wonderful people from PSGive.org would like to give one of my readers a $25 gift code to purchase some tokens with! Also when you sign up you will get $3 in tokens, then when you "like" PSGive.org on Facebook, click on the Welcome tab and get a code to get $5 more!!!
Mandatory Entry:
Tell me which charity on PSGive.org you would like to support! Leave me your email with this entry!

Extra Entries:
Sign up on PSGive.org and tell me your username
Like PSGive.org on Facebook
Follow PSGive.org on Twitter

Follow me on Twitter
Tweet About This Giveaway Daily
Follow me on Facebook
Follow me on Google Friends Connect 
Grab my button and leave the URL to where I may find it 
Blog about this giveaway and leave the URL to the post (5 entries)

This giveaway is open to US residents. This giveaway will end at midnight on April 1,2011. Winner will be chosen at random.org and will be given 48 hours before another winner will be chosen. All products for reviews and giveaways are given as a sample from the companies. All opinions in reviews I conduct are my own. I was not paid to say anthing or review any products.


19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would like to have PSgive.org to support Autism Speaks. My name on the PSgive.org site is tincoral, and I do like them on FB (which is how I found you). To save myself from bots, my email is my PSgive.org user name at MSN.com

Kris said...

Off The Mat Into The World

They should also give support to endometriosis orgs (EFA, WERF, EA)

KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

Hanabi on PSGive.org
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

follow PSGive Twitter
@Munashii
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

Follow PSGive FB
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

follow you twitter
@Munashii
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

follow you FB
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Kris said...

follow via gfc
KDSyrjala at gmail dot com

Tina said...

Friend request sent for FB and I am following you on twitter tincoral email tincoral at msn.com

myfolly said...

I would like to support the National Breast Cancer Coalition
wbailey113 at hotmail dot com

myfolly said...
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myfolly said...

(Sorry I posted the mandatory twice, I didn't see it was in moderation)

I signed up for PSGive.org and my user name is wbailey113

myfolly said...

Like PSGive.org on Facebook (Wanda McHenry)

myfolly said...

Follow PSGive.org on twitter (@myfolly)

myfolly said...

Follow you on twitter (@myfolly)

myfolly said...

tweeted: http://twitter.com/myfolly/status/53605214351138817

myfolly said...

Follow you on FB (Wanda McHenry)

myfolly said...

GFC follower (Wanda McHenry)

calabaza said...

As a special education teacher I would give to Autism Speaks.

I would like to see even more support for schools.