Saturday, December 17, 2011

This post is bought to you by the letters ALC

I usually live in a state of organized clutter(I know where everything is, but its not always in the best place). Since THE MOVE, however, I can't find a thing! With just over 1 week to Christmas, I still can't find half of the gifts I purchased - not good.

Now living in a town of under 4000 people, there are only a few choices for shopping - again not good.

Do you want to know something that is good? I found a one-size-fits-most idea, in more that one location! Its good for teachers, bus drivers, that coworker you don’t really know all that well whose name you drew for “Secret Santa”, the person who has everything and is notoriously difficult to buy for... You can even tuck it into birthday and Christmas cards. The possibilities are endless! (Provided the recipient is over 19 years of age.)

Have you guessed what it is yet?

The Atlantic Lottery Holiday Mega Pack!

For $20 you get a Holiday Mega Pack that includes 10 assorted games, with a guaranteed winner in every pack, so each Holiday Mega Pack recipient is guaranteed a prize! Who doesn't love the thrill of the win, even if it’s a small prize like a free ticket. The really exciting thing? There are top prizes of $125,000! Merry Christmas!

Please remember, lottery tickets should not be purchased as gifts for children this holiday season. Although Atlantic Lottery’s products make great gifts during the holiday season, they’re only great gifts if they’re going to someone 19+. You must be 19+ to purchase, play or redeem any Atlantic Lottery product, so please refrain from purchasing lottery products or promoting the purchase of lottery products for anyone under the age of 19.

Disclosure – I am participating in Atlantic Lottery’s “Holiday Mega Pack” campaign by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.


  1. I've done the lottery thing's a handy alternative. Hope you find the rest of your gifts before the big day.

  2. Like giving a gift card!
    Sorry you've misplaced half of your gifts. Maybe this means it will be Christmas all year long as you gradually find them.

  3. My theory is you can't go wrong with food gifts, especially chocolate. I have a friend who always brings lottery tickets to family dinners. It's always fun to see who ends up with the highest winner.

  4. But what do you do if they win? Do you snatch the ticket back? Or do you have them sign a contract before you give them tickets saying that if they win you are due 75% of the winnings? This has always been my concern with purchasing lottery tickets for a gift.

  5. Lotery tickets are fantastic. We give them as gifts, too. Nothing says the holiday spirit quite like them. Unless someone wins $125,000. Which is a tad more than the $25.00 agreed upon during the company's annual Secret Santa. Ho...Ho...Ohhhhhhhhh!

  6. I've only bought a single one dollar lottery ticket in my entire life and that was at the urging of one of my kids.

  7. Lottery tickets are awesome despite my serious lack of winning, great post! I'm a new visitor but I love the concept of your blog so I'll be staying around if that's okay!

  8. If you don't play you cannot win. If you do play you may win, but probably not. Yet you still have that small chance to win.

  9. The motto for the California lottery is "our schools win too!" Yeah right!