Monday, June 8, 2015

$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway



This great giveaway is Sponsored by Driver Watchdog and Hosted by Mom Does Reviews and her amazing bloggy friends.   Learn more about Driver Watchdog before you enter on the Rafflecopter form below.


"Driver Watchdog provides that added peace of mind when my child is away! We created Driver Watchdog to save lives. ~ Christian Johnson, President, Driver Watchdog.

The Driver Watchdog is a plug and play unit that is a real time vehicle security and monitoring device. It is used to promote the responsible driving habits of new drivers as well as ensure the safety of all age drivers. The device is a single unit with 2 cameras to monitor driver behavior inside and outside the vehicle and then providing this real time vehicle information to a secured mobile application. With cloud backup, footage and trip statistics can be saved and made available for review at any time.

WHO CAN USE DRIVER WATCHDOG?

  •  Teens
  • Seniors
  • Truck Drivers
  • Car Renters
  • Motorcycle Riders
  • Businesses/Fleet Managers/Dealerships
  • Cyclists
  • Taxi Drivers/Car Service
  • Just about anyone that values their safety and security while driving
For Any Year, Make, and Model!
  Have your own evidence...No creepy 3rd party monitoring...No "Big Brother"
Another great way you can help Driver Watchdog become a reality is by supporting their campaign on Indiegogo.  By doing so you can even pre-order your Watchdog with HUGE savings!  Contributors who purchase their Watchdog during the campaign will receive $100-150 off the final retail price! (That is a BIG discount ~ how awesome!)
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Special Note:  This giveaway asks for a mandatory entry to leave a comment regarding the product.  Please know that your answers are helping Driver Watchdog make their product better.  Thank you for taking the time to leave a thoughtful comment and for helping Driver Watchdog provide consumers with best product possible. 

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Enter below for a chance to win $100 Amazon Gift Card!
This giveaway is open to US and Canada Only/18+
Giveaway Ends June 18, 2015 at 11:59 PM

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14 comments:

  1. The product will retail for $399.99 for a single unit, but the early bird price is $229

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  2. I would pay around $100.00 for it.

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  3. I think it would be really beneficial to have but I probably wouldn't buy one. I guess if I did I would say maybe around $300.

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  4. I would pay about $200 -- hopefully would get it on sale for less.

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  5. I wouldn't pay very much for it. I don't really need it.

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  6. I'd say about a $100 but I really do not need it

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  7. It's a pretty cool product. I don't think I would pay more than $50 though.

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  8. I would pay $150 or so for it to keep an eye on my son's driving!

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  9. I don't think it is something I need right now, in a few years when my son starts driving sure. I would probably pay $200

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  10. I would pay between $150-$200 for this if I needed it but do not as my kids have been driving for about 15-20 years.

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