Mega Giveaway Day 6 – Sneaky Cards

Mega Giveaway Day 6 – Sneaky Cards

Those of you who know me well understand my feelings about karma and the importance of being kind. I try to make it a part of my everyday life and believe it is contagious. What if there was a game that encouraged Random Acts of Kindness or at least positive interactions of some sort? As featured in this morning’s Stocking Stuffers gift guide, Our Day 6 prize in our Mega Giveaway is exactly that! Sneaky Cards by Gamewright is a deck of cards encouraging the participants to do a host of simple Pay It Forward actions.

We will continue to provide ideas for your shopping needs in our holiday gift guides and awesome giveaways to coincide! So stop by and give Gamewright (and our other sponsors) a shout-out to say thanks for making this possible.

See you tomorrow for more information and another prize when you stop by to take advantage of the daily entry option in our Mega Giveaway?

100+ Days of Giveaways – Day 6 – Sneaky Cards


About Nicole

Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

18 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 6 – Sneaky Cards»

  1. Kristin Troska says:

    I helped an older couple get their groceries out to their car when there was only one employee at my local coop.

  2. Tara Torres says:

    Just today, and every day, I let people in front of me while I drive! This may not sound like a big deal, but it’s what drives me crazy about other drivers (the NOT letting in part), so I am *trying* to start a little pay-it-forward thing on the way to school drop-off. We shall see if it works!

  3. jmcgrew85 says:

    We have ‘homeless help’ bags in each of our vehicles. We had our children help piece these together to have something to hand out to those in need in our area.

  4. Sarah Reed says:

    I was at the doctor’s office yesterday and I made sure to hold the door open for others, especially those who were having trouble walking. I try to do this all the time. The best way to encourage kindness is to make it a habit!

  5. Lori A. says:

    I received a RAK at the grocery store one time when I was trying to purchase bread & milk. My debit card wouldn’t work and I couldn’t figure out why because I had money in my account. A nice gentleman behind me offered to pay for it. I was embarrassed but very grateful!

  6. Mark W says:

    I was flustered with my kids in the grocery store when a man knocked over a pile of gourds. I stopped to help him and he was really thankful. It reset my attitude and made the rest of the shopping trip better.

  7. Markita Hamilton says:

    My car ran out of gas when i was headed to get some. I had a newborn with me. A man stopped, got me gas to get to the station and refused for me to pay him.

  8. I was nice to my husband today so far. Does that count?

  9. Andrew W. says:

    Just something minor, I was at a Dave & Busters with friends, and as a result had a giant bucket full of tickets, I passed by a woman and her kids were asking for money to play the games so they could win tickets. Their Mom said she was sorry, but they didn’t have any money for the games, and she and the kids looked disheartened. So as I walked by I handed her kids my bucket of tickets and my card and walked into the crowd as the lady turned to try to thank me. Totally random act of kindness.

  10. Ryan D Baker says:

    I helped a woman who had fallen and hurt her hip to get to the hospital

  11. Michael Shea says:

    I do errands for a handicap friend.

  12. Ryan Campbell says:

    Complimenting people when they seem like they are having a bad day 🙂

  13. Edward Reinholtz says:

    I was in a store and when I left the Store I saw a lady with her young son . I handed her a $20.00 Bill and said to buy something for the Kid . Her son had a very Big Smile on his Face .

  14. Carl says:

    Once after a long day of work at a warehouse, a car full of old ladies had a flat tire right as I was getting off. I changed it for them. They tried to pay me, I laughed and said no thank you. Just making them happy would be enough to get a smile out of my grandmother.

  15. Diana Malone says:

    Me and my son volunteer every Saturday at our local animal shelter.

  16. Brian R says:

    I paid for the next 5 rentals (books or DVD) at our library

  17. Gabrielly says:

    I paid a coffee for the next person in line.

  18. PBinCT says:

    I let someone take the last parking spot. Had to park around the block.

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