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A Possible Solution to the Giveaway Problem

Okay, working on this. My winner is in another country, and I have already found out, you can’t gift a Kindle download to other countries. But it says on amazon that you CAN give a digital gift card, so I’m making sure this will work for my EXTREMELY excited winner.

However, in the interest of fairness, and because I want immediate gratification, too, I’m also going to give away a free download to the next entrant in line who lives in the U. S. (I’ll be emailing you shortly.) When I have definite answers, I’ll post again. And believe me, I will figure out the way to make this happen more easily next time. I never thought about international complications, I guess, thinking we are all connected these days. Obviously, some restrictions still apply. But I WILL have two happy winners today, before I’m done!

And thanks again for such an enthusiastic response.


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2 thoughts on “A Possible Solution to the Giveaway Problem

  1. Just to let you know Marcia, this isn’t as easy as it sounds, still having discussions with Amazon about credit/gift card. Too complicated. Not a straight forward thing at all. Best maybe to just offer your kindle prizes for US, and not UK.


    • That could be what I have to do in the future, but I don’t want to disappoint my winners currently, who aren’t here. There HAS to be a way. I appreciate the input though, Marjma, and I’m still going to give it a try with this week’s winner. I’ll email you later, too. 🙂


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