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Kyle Barton of West Des Moines claimed second place and a $75 gift card. Mary Tibbetts of Urbandale earned third place and a $50 gift card.

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  • To purchase a Scene75 gift card, please click on your preferred location below and you will be transferred to the Online Store where you can purchase the gift card.

    In order to take advantage of our 2015 Holiday Gift Card Offer, you must visit one of our two locations and speak with an Admissions Officer. Once a student is enrolled and a program, time, and teacher have been assigned, the $75 gift card can be applied to any portion of the school tuition or membership costs.

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    For every participant who tweets their reply using #MasterLockProtectsSweeps, Master Lock will donate $1, up to $10,000, to the American Red Cross, on top of an initial donation of $10,000. Each entry will enter the participant for the chance to win one of 5 prize bundles–a $75 Visa gift card, a SentrySafe and American Red Cross Preparedness Kit to help them be prepared in case of fire or flood.

  • According to this post, which is currently being shared across Facebook, you can click to get a free $75 Gift Card courtesy of supermarket giant Aldi. The post, which features the Aldi logo, claims that the giveaway is to celebrate the company’s 125th anniversary.

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However, the post is not associated with Aldi and the claim that participants will get a $75 gift card is a lie. No gift cards are being given away. The post is yet another version of a very common scam that has targeted major supermarket and department store chains around the world in recent months. The fraudulent posts are designed to trick Facebook users into promoting the same scam to their friends and supplying their personal information on dodgy competition websites.