Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week, Day #4: $25 to KosherWine.com

giveaway badge Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week, Day #4: $25 to KosherWine.comWelcome to day 3 of the Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week! Are we having fun yet? We’re only half-way through, with lots more prizes left to give away.

The first of today’s offering (yup, there will be TWO prizes today… stay tuned for #2…) is a $25 gift card to KosherWine.com. That ought to add a little spice to your Sweet New Year.

(If you don’t know about the great deals at KosherWine.com, read my review here. We’ve been happy customers for three years.)

happy new year Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week, Day #4: $25 to KosherWine.com

If you win, you can spend your $25 however you please: Maybe you’ll pick up your favorite bottle of bubbly – and refuse to share it with anyone! Or maybe you’ll be feeling generous, and get a special treat for your Rosh Hashana table.

To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post with your favorite gift to give – or receive – as a yom tov host.

Sorry, but this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

Each day this week, I am hosting one (and in some cases two) Rosh Hashana giveaways. The giveaways will be open until next Tuesday, September 20 at 11:59 CST. The winners of all the giveaways will be announced next Wednesday.

Disclaimer: KosherWine.com will provide one KOAB winner with a $25 gift card. I was not compensated to run this giveaway, nor to share my positive opinions of KosherWine.com. Those are all my own! I am, however, an affiliate of KosherWine.com. For more information on how clicking through to KosherWine.com from my blog supports KOAB, please see my disclosure policy.

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  1. I try to stock up when I go to Israel and buy hand towels with chag samaech or al nitilat yadayim embroidered on it otherwise, we do wine and baked cookies :)

  2. Flowers!!

  3. dessert

  4. I love giving and receiving a good bottle of wine and a homemade dessert.

  5. Flowers or chocolate!

  6. I am not much of gift receiving guy. But I love giving to others – wine, a nice fruit basket, or a gift card to one’s favorite store.

    If someone gave me a nice bottle of wine, I would invite some people over to share.

  7. Chocolate will do.

  8. I am a big fan of wine, and like to bring a bottle. On the receiving end, wine or whiskey is usually good. Though I should credit the beautiful bride, who can put together flowers like you would not believe.

  9. I like when people bring homemade desserts!

  10. michelle brodman says:

    i love to give hand towels for washing or a nice bottle of wine with a nice stopper

  11. I love to give and receive baked goods

  12. Rebecca Resig says:

    I love wine! Being a working mom who is very active outside of work, I depend on wine to pick me up after a tough day! I love a good glass of wine with dinner to end my day

  13. Anita Tyler says:

    I love to bring a bottle or two of wine most of the time. Sometimes I will bring a yummy dessert instead.

  14. Bottle of scotch :)

  15. Wine or something edible to add to the festive meal!

  16. wine!

  17. I like to give or get something useful..like a pretty glass bowl or small cookbook, or hot pads etc…
    this way the relationship (for me is longer lasting becuase every time I look at the gift I think of that persson.

  18. I like to bring my very healthy, very yummy wheat free, maple syrup sweetened oatmeal cookies along with a bottle of wine and some fancy tea bags always put in a pretty shopping bag or wrapped up with pretty bows!

  19. I love bringing wine to my friends when I am invited for Shabbat. It is especially fun to try new Kosher wines.

  20. carolyn kraus says:

    I love bringing wine to my friends on shabbat. I especially like to try new kosher wines.

  21. I like to give Homemade stuff and i like to receive flowers.

  22. michelle geil says:

    flowers or something homemade from our kosher kitchen.

  23. I like to bring something the hostess has hopefully indicated would be helpful for the meal. Also, if there are young kids, something for them.
    I like to receive homemade challah.

  24. Favorite gift to give is a Kosher magazine subscription!

  25. Michelle Katz says:

    My favorite gift to bring or get is a cold bottle of Moscato or a Netilas Yadayim towel.

  26. Chava Weiman says:

    Bartenura!

  27. yes, wine is good

  28. Usually a nice bottle of wine. Juenesse is my favorite right now.

  29. I like wine or flowers.

  30. I love bringing my husband’s famous pasta with homeade pesto to friends for a meal!

  31. Beer or Wine

  32. My favorite gift to receive is wine! Semi-dry red to be exact. Wine is our favorite shabbos treat :)
    My favorite hostess gift to give is flowers in a vase (no extra work that way). You can’t go wrong- not everyone appreciates wine or candy and I think flowers show appreciation specifically to the woman of the house who is usually the one putting in all the hard work.

  33. love getting wine (especially because we always forget to restock our wine and remember as the guests are coming!)…

  34. I like to bring the wonderful home-brewed wine and beer my husband made himself!