House of Knives Giveaway: Win $150 Gift Cards
Follow House Of Knives on Facebook and Instagram and enter to win amazing kitchen tools, knives sets and prize packsValid Till 2020-06-19
- Prize Value$150
Posted On June 13, 2020
House Of Knives Canada Contests
Cooking great meals starts with prepping a number of fresh vegetables and meats.
Every chef knows that you can make this tedious task much faster and more efficient by using high-quality knives and tools from Brands like
Kori, Wüsthof, Zwilling J.A. Henckels.
House of Knives doesn’t just carry a complete selection of kitchen knives and cutlery but customers can also find sports knives, outdoor tools and even travel essentials. Check them out at www.houseofknives.ca and make sure to enter the newest giveaways for a chance to win great prizes for your home and kitchen.
< The House Of Knives Giveaway Contest >
houseofknives is giving away six prizes
Each Prize consists of:
- Each of winner will receive $150 credit towards a gift.
Plus, the first 100 valid entries will win a True Utility Cash Stash.
The House Of Knives Giveaway Contest is now ongoing until June 19th, 2020
The Prize winner will be selected in a random drawing after the contest end date
The House Of Knives Giveaway Contest is open to Canadian residents.
You must have reached the age of majority in your province of residence to participate.
Go to https://houseofknives.ca/fathers-day-2020-contest/ to enter
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Social Media Giveaways
To participate in the House Of Knives Giveaway Contest
- Go to www.instagram.com//HouseOfKnives or www.facebook.com/HouseOfKnives
- Like the Contest Post
- Follow houseofknives & @shuncutlery on Instagram and/or Facebook
- Tag 3 friends
- complete tasks for bonus entries
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