Enter to Win One of Five $50 RedEnvelope Gift Cards (Contest Closed)

redenvelopeBelieve it or not, the holidays really are right around the corner.  And to help with your gift giving (or maybe you’re giving a little gift to yourself), we’ve got a terrific giveaway to kick off your week.

Just comment to this post by 11:59 pm on Thursday, October 28th to enter for your chance to win one of five $50 gift cards for RedEnvelope, a site for unique and personalized gifts.

RedEnvelope is all about indulging yourself or someone you love in a little bit of luxury and they offer everything from spa packages to silk pajamas to help you do just that. And, since presentation is part of the experience when you’re giving a gift (or an indulgence for yourself), everything comes packaged in the signature red gift box with ivory ribbon pictured on the left.  As someone who received a gift from RedEnvelope,  I can personally report that it’s lovely.

To make the giveaway even more fun, we’d love it if you’d tell us who is the toughest person on your gift list.  No need to name names, of course, but who leaves you scratching your head until the very last minute each and every year?  If you’d just prefer to comment, that’s okay, too.

Remember, this contest closes on 11:59 pm on Thursday, October 28th.  And a further note:  Each gift card is good for $50 at the RedEnvelope site and  expires on 12/31/2010. The cards were given to AAR for reader giveaways by RedEnvelope.

So, fess up:  Who stumps you every year?

- Sandy AAR

114 thoughts on “Enter to Win One of Five $50 RedEnvelope Gift Cards (Contest Closed)

  1. The hardest person I have to shop for is my nephew! He is nine but he likes little cheap gifts like the new silly bands! He told me he wanted twenty packs of them. But I have a hard time spending money on such junkie things and he doesn’t really play with toys anymore! It’s so hard to shop for him!

  2. My husband. He always says he doesn’t want anything, but you know he really does. Put me in.

  3. My older sister is so difficult to buy for. She claims she has everything she needs under 500.00. And who’s planning on spending that much!

  4. The hardest person I have to shop for is my husband. He is so good to me and always comes up with the best gifts for me. He tells me not to buy him anything and then I find out he’s buying me something so I have to go and buy him something. He always says he loves what I get him but I wonder. I would love to get him something super nice this year. He’s such a good man to me and my kids which arent even his.

  5. The hardest person to buy for is ME!!!! If I want something I usually just go out and buy it. After me I would say my sister in Florida!

  6. The hardest person I have to shop for is my mom. She totally freaks out every Christmas to the point I don’t dare mention the word “Christmas” in her presence, let alone ask her what she wants. So I have to guess at what she might want/need.

  7. Like so many others, the hardest person to shop for is my husband. Luckily for me, we have decided not to exchange gifts with each other this year but to donate the money that we would have spent on each other and support the local battered womenś shelter, instead. It makes holiday shopping easier and we get to enjoy the enhanced spirit of giving. Thanks for this RedEnvelope opportunity.

  8. My brother is the hardest person to shop for. He is not iterested in a lot of things and the things he is interested in are things that I cannot really find things for.

  9. My mom. She waits two or three years, then returns the gift. Grr. Put my name in the hat.

  10. My brother. He usually wants clothes but he never likes anything unless he picks it out himself.

  11. My mother! What do you give to a woman so used to sacrificing her time and money to help others, she hesitates to say she wants something for fear it would cut into money she could use for an emergency?

  12. My Dad! The only things he’ll say he wants is socks. I’ve given him dress socks, gym socks, hiking socks, thermal socks, and so on and so on. It’s getting old.

  13. I’m dreading my Holiday shopping. I’m trying to get an earlier start, but I honestly don’t know where to start :( If

  14. You can forget about ever pleasing my older sister with a gift, n matter how much thought and care you put into it. She appears insulted after receiving gifts, which is so laughable and sad.

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