You Never Lose:Get A Gift Card of Your Choice: Review/Giveaway

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How would you like to get a gift card for an amount worth a whole lot more than what you got it for?? How you ask? YouNeverLose.Com  is how. It’s an auction based site just for gift cards! 
Here is how it works: 
1: You purchase a reward points (the bids). You can buy them in $25 dollar increments. You will get a point for each dollar. Then you get to pick a reward card. Which include but not limited to: movie tickets, Nike Store, and Shell. The gift card you get will be for the same amount you spend. So for example $25 reward points then you would get a $25 dollar gift card. Got it? It’s shipped to you free and will arrive in 2-4 business days. Then the reward points( the bids) are Free! So in the end you will get 25 reward points and $25 gift card for the total of $25. Cool hugh?!
2: You would use your reward points to bids on the gift cards that are put up for auction. The starting price is $.00.  I have personal seen a $25 Starbucks card go for $.17.   The gift cards come from a wide range of retailers and they ship them FREE in 2-4 business days. 
3: Each time you use a reward point the price goes up a cent and then you are the highest player. But be careful!!  The last two minutes of the auction is a doosey! You got to be on your toes. Each time a bid is placed, the auction time increases by 20 seconds in order to give other players a chance to respond. 
4: If you are the winner at the end you have the option to buy the gift card you want at the ending price. Which can be over 90% off the retail price of the gift card. For example the person that won the $25 dollar Starbucks gift card for $.17  go to buy it for $.17. Which is $24.83 cheaper then the actual gift card itself! 
 
So now I only have one question…what gift cards are you going to get? 
 
Disclosure: I receive sample(s) for purpose of testing and review. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” 

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