Thursday Giveaway: Enter to Win a $500 Costco Gift Card

Jun 9, 2016

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For this week’s Thursday Giveaway, we’re continuing with our social media giveaway blitz, switching from Snapchat to Instagram.

To enter the giveaway, follow TPG’s Instagram account and post your best photos from a fantastic first-class experience — or pics from a dreadful flight in economy. If you’re not flying this week, have fun with it and post a throwback photo from a great (or horrible) flight or create a first-class dining experience for yourself in your office cafeteria.

Be sure to tag your photos with the #TPGHighLow hashtag (or we won’t be able to see them). Photos must be taken by you — the more creative, the better! You must post your pics no later than 11:59pm ET on Monday, June 13 to be considered in the contest. A winner will be chosen by the TPG Editorial team and notified via Instagram.

Use your $500 gift card to stock up on anything Costco has to offer.
Use your $500 gift card to stock up on anything Costco has to offer.

This week, we’ll be giving away a $500 Costco gift card, perfect for stocking up on all those summer party essentials. With the retail giant switching from American Express to Visa on June 20, be sure to read up on which Visa cards are best to use for shopping at Costco.

Last week’s winners: Last week, we gave away a $500 Delta gift card. Congratulations again to TPG reader Sean, who won by entering last week’s Snapchat contest. Stay tuned for more great giveaways on the blog, as well as on TPG’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat accounts.

Good luck with this week’s giveaway!

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