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$200 Starbucks Gift Card Giveaway!!!!

Just to catch everyone up, we all know I'm a coffee fiend, right? Like, I LOVE coffee. Sadly, I can't drink it as much as I used to, so I'm forced to stop before noon unless I want decaf. It's almost a rule that writers need to love either coffee or tea. I'm a coffee person until noon, and then it's all tea, otherwise, I won't be able to get to sleep at night. 



That said, I'm really excited today to bring you a giveaway! Who wouldn't love a $200 Starbucks gift card, right? There's so much you can do with it, and I'm sure it would make your early morning commute just a touch easier (I know it'd make MINE more fun!).

See below to have a shot at winning this amazing prize!


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GIVEAWAY DETAILS
I’ve teamed up with some blogger friends to give you the chance to win a prize you’re going to love -- a $200 Starbucks Gift Card!
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Prize: $200 Starbucks Gift Card
Giveaway organized by: Oh My Gosh Beck! (Please email becky@ohmygoshbeck.com with any questions.)
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