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Win Free Gifts, Delivered to Your Door Today with zulily’s First-Ever White Elephant Gift Service!

December 5 @ 8:00 am - December 6 @ 8:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 8:00am, repeating until Dec 6, 2018

FREE

This holiday season, zulily wants to bring the fun of the crazy holiday gift game, White Elephant, right to your door with their first ever on-demand White Elephant Gift Service! The best place for quirky gifts for white elephant, and beyond, zulily is bringing free gifts to your door. Here’s how you can get your free gift:

  1. On Dec. 5 and 6, partygoers in Seattle can tweet at @zulily with the hashtag #zulilygiftsweepstakes and the elephant emoji
  2. Then, @zulily will respond with an automated link to sign up for the chance to win something totally LOLworthy.
  3. If selected, thrillseekers will play a quick round of White Elephant gift exchange and they will be faced with a choice to either “steal” a featured unwrapped gift or take a chance on a mystery wrapped gift curated from zulily’s top trending White Elephant items.
  4. Then, zulily’s White Elephant herd will deliver the gift within two hours!

(Gifts include but are not limited to: a Narwhal Neck Pillow, quirky Garden Gnomes, Golden Girls Coloring Book, Reindeer Farts, Unicorn Mugs, Bubble Wrap Pants & Hoodie, and more!)

Details

Start:
December 5 @ 8:00 am
End:
December 6 @ 8:00 pm
Cost:
FREE

Venue

Seattle Area

Other

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