Posted on Fri, February 15, 2013 at 9:44AM
Start revving your engines, Twitter mavens, because every Friday afternoon, you've got somewhere to be.
It’s our favorite time of the week again! Time for our Rush Hour giveaway – if you’re one of our regular mavens, you know the drill. If you’re new around here, don’t worry, we’ll fill you in. As if Fridays could get any better, now there could be a super special prize in the cards for you! Get excited for this week's extra-fabulous get—$25 ideeli credit to spend in our Calvin Klein sales today!
When designer Calvin Klein founded his namesake brand in 1968, he created a household name that would be loved and celebrated for its sophisticated style and chic simplicity. The NYC-based brand has long been known for its perfectly streamlined, ultra-flattering fashion (even during the days of Marky Mark! And with seven (yes, seven!) superb sales to shop today, we guarantee there’s something for all our mavens to enjoy.
To win, just stay tuned in to our Twitter feed and look for the hastag #RUSHHOUR. We’ll randomly pick ONE ideeli follower to win when you tweet us the answer to the contest question. What question, you ask? You’ll find out on Twitter, so hurry over!
Here's a recap:
1. Follow us @ideeli on Twitter.
2. Tune in 10am-6pm every Friday for a surprise giveaway lasting just 1 hour.
3. We'll announce the contest question when we announce the giveaway.
4. Tweet your answer with the hash tag #RUSHHOUR to enter the giveaway (or if you're just excited, we won't mind) .
5. We'll announce winners soon after the contest ends.
Sound good? Do you feel the need for speed? See you at Rush Hour!
*Winners will be chosen at random, and must be 18 years of age and over. Item subject to final availability. Contest only open to U.S. residents. One entry per person only. Winner will be announced via Twitter and the credit will be placed in the winner's account by 5pm EST on Friday 2/15/13 and will expire at 10am EST on Monday 2/18/13. Winners must be followers of ideeli's Twitter account at time of drawing.