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Merci Chocolate Say Thank You with Chocolate + Giveaway

FD 13 merciMerci Chocolate Say Thank You with Chocolate + Giveaway

*Disclosure: I did receive this same prize package to facilitate my review. These opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person. 

I have become quite fond of Merci products not only because they are amazing, but you can’t really get a better gift than chocolate that says THANK YOU right on the box! Plus, chocolates are always a great gift for just about anyone!

During the holidays we tend to realize just how much we have to be thankful for. Friends, teachers, bus drivers, neighbors, hair dressers, daycare workers, the list goes on and on… and I just LOVE that Merci chocolates would fit the bill for thanking just about anyone. Let’s be honest…who doesn’t love chocolate!!

Get a Buy One Get One Free BOGO coupon!! Make sure to check out their cool Facebook App, the Thank-You-Maker! You can use the app to send a friend a meaningful thank you, and in return receive you will score a Buy One Get One Free BOGO coupon! And don’t forget to send one to your friends, too!

Make sure to follow Merci on Twitter @mercichocolates and tweet about giving a meaningful ‘Thank You’ by using the #merciFriends hashtag! Screen Shot 2013-12-05 at 2.51.37 PM


The Giveaway: ONE lucky US (only please) SheSaved reader will win a prize package from Merci which includes:

  • A box of merci to try, share and enjoy
  • Festive fall candy bowl, perfect to spread thanks to friends and family on Thanksgiving

… I will leave this giveaway open until Tuesday night at midnight, December 17th (mnt time) … once closed, I will select one winner who will have 48 hours to contact me to claim their prize! GOOD LUCK!!

*Disclosure: I did receive this product to facilitate my review. These opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person.

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  1. My brother teaches high school and is often ‘forgotten’ about during the holidays. A simple card or some baked cookies would surely bring a smile. They often use their on money to buy supplies for their classrooms, so even pencils/pens or other simple items are often appreciated as well.

  2. When our Son was in kindergarten, he had an amazing teacher. She had a blended classroom with children who had special needs and those who did not. I used to go an help in the classroom a couple of times a week. Just to watch her work with all the children was incredible. She really could relate to children on their level. That year for Christmas, I got her a special gift. When she was not there one day, I had each one of the kids put their hand print and sign their names on a piece of paper and took a class picture. I had all of the hand prints, signed names and class picture mounted and included a touching poem. She was so overwhelmed when we gave her the gift that she cried. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  3. My daughter had the best kindergardner teacher in the world. She made her a coffee cup and wrote on it #1Teacher, She loved it.

  4. I usually fill a cute, reusable container with gum, hand sanitizer, chocolates and a small gift card.

  5. We got my son’s teacher an engraved Christmas Ornament to say thank you and Merry Christmas.

  6. well my friend and i were really close with one teacher so we took a picture with her then framed it and decorated the frame

  7. I gave my child’s teacher a reusable cup w/ straw with a tag that said “Thank you for quenching my child’s thirst for education.”

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