Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Tupperware Giveaway!


Remember these Tupperware classics?
   
Well, I do; I've had my Wonderlier Bowl Set forever (20+ years, certainly), along with the Thatsa Bowl and Mega Bowl, which I use all the time.

 That's why I'm very excited to offer up the Wonderlier Bowl Set 
(a $35 value) in this fantabulous giveaway! 

I recently attended my first Tupperware party in years and saw so many new (and classic) products I wanted that I decided to have a book party. For those who are unaware, that means you can sit at home in your pajamas and browse the catalog at your leisure. It's also much less fattening this way, because you know you'd have to have at least a few cocktails and tons of hors d'euerves if you were at my actual house for the party. (Maybe you can come over another time, anyway.)

NO PURCHASE (or blog) NECESSARY TO WIN! (But you'll get more entries if you do.)

First, I want to admit that at first I thought, "Why do I need to pay for Tupperware when there are all kinds of cheap storage containers at the grocery store?"  Then I remembered how durable it is and how much I love the products I've had for so many years.  At the party, I was reminded that Tupperware backs its products forever, so if a piece cracks after years of hot dishwashing (or whatever), they will replace it for free (without your original receipt). If you've lost part of something, you can also order just that part, too. To top it off, Tupperware is super cute!

Allow me to recommend a couple of new products that I bought at the party I attended. This is the new microwave pasta maker. I know some people don't like to cook in plastic containers, but I'm fine with it, as it's not like I make pasta every day. I love that it has a fill-line for the pasta and the water and tells you how long to microwave the pasta. If I die from cooking in plastic, at least I will die happy. I also got one for a certain someone going back to college soon; that boy can eat some pasta!
And check this out! I'll be buying bulk ground beef and packing one pound each in the bigger two of these containers and using the others for lunch stuff. (Yes, this giveaway is a "party," so you, too, could have them for only $11 plus tax and S/H.)



Other guests at the party were raving about the FridgeSmart containers, which keep fruits and vegetables fresh much longer than usual.

 

Of course, the Pick-a-Deli is also a very popular item,

and this Cupcake Taker also got huge praise, as well.


The Corkscrew and Wine Accessory Kit are on my wishlist for wedding gifts. The kids stuff is adorable and functional. Tupperware just has tons of great products to choose from, and if you order from my "party," you will earn TEN extra entries in the giveaway (and a surprise gift or two, too!)

Here is the SALE flier that applies now:

You can also shop here by price or from a number of other categories.

To place an order, visit any of the links above to shop to your heart's content. Then email me with the product/page numbers of what you'd like to order, along with your phone number, and I'll call you for your payment info (credit/debit card preferred OR use Paypal).  You can also place your order through Kim's website, of course, but you'll pay an extra $4 that route, for some odd reason. You'll find my email by reading only the BLUE letters here: mrs Half 4444 Past @ Kissin' new.rr Time .com

Giveaway ends at 11:59pm on August 26th

WAYS TO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY:

*Leave a blog comment telling me me which Tupperware product is your favorite! (If you don't own any, share what you'd love to own.) This is the only mandatory entry. After you leave the comment (and/or enter in one of the other ways), sign in to Rafflecopter below and verify that you left a comment, as Rafflecopter will be randomly choosing the winner based on verified entries.

Optional:
*Become a fan of Half-Past Kissin' Time on Facebook (2 entries)
*Tweet about this giveaway (3 entries)
*Share this post on Google + (3 entries)
*Share this post on Facebook (5 entries)
*Place an order (10 entries) on-line, via email, or in person!

(For my dear newbies: the Rafflecopter thingy below helps verify your entries for me. Email me if you need any help at all.)

a Rafflecopter giveaway


These opinions are all my own, influenced only by my appreciation for the products. That said, I did receive the same free products and discounts anyone who has a party receives. 

P.S. Here's how to order a replacement lid:
If you no longer have the lid, find the product number from the base of the product, instead. From there, we should be able to help you order a new one!


32 comments:

  1. I want it all. Everything in the Tupperware lineup. I'm a big fan of my 1qt container. It is a pitcher of some sort. Love it. I also love the lunch kit...I saw it at the mall once. And the little bowls with lids, and do they still make Tupperwear sippy cups? I loved those, especially the cup without the sippy lid.

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    1. Absolutely, Rebecca! Those cups worked great, long before the new-fangled ones came along,hahaha Here's the link to them: http://order.tupperware.com/pls/htprod_www/tup_show_item.show_item_detail?fv_item_category_code=10201&fv_item_number=P10048897000

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  2. I remember getting that Tupperware bowl set when we got married 24 years ago. I lost the lids but the bowls are used to hold stuff in the garage.

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    1. You can get lid replacements, you know...probably not in the same color, but something tells me no one in the garage would care.haha

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  3. Oh stinking LOVE tuppeware!!! Um, my absolute favorite item is the massive bowl I got from my mother. You know, the huge-a-mongous bowl that must be used for all rice krispty treats, or granola making. I love that thing!!! We also use our blue and the good old gold bowls daily for cereal.

    I recently killed off all three of my Winderlier Bowls. I am so sad about this!!! I may just have to join in with this party and order me some goodies again!!

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  4. Yea! Figured out how to reply here! (Thanks, Kay!) I love that giant gold bowl, too--It's a go-to bowl for all kinds of meals.

    How in the world did you "kill off" your bowls?!

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    1. A very sickening and uncontrollable addiction to homemade ice cream is half of it. My kids dropping the completely frozen bowls full of stored ice cream is the second half. I shed a couple tears when my large blue bowl shattered. It's totally my fault, they are not designed for the deep freeze. I think I may just have to order replacements from a tupperware party... now who do I know having a party in the near future.... let me think...

      I am SO GLAD the threaded comments work now!! I know how you love to respond and it's the main reason we all went to Disqus right???

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  5. I would absolutely love to have their cupcake taker.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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    1. I would, too, but then I'd have to make (and eat) cupcakes!haha

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  6. I would love some FridgeSmart!

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    1. My MIL bought some, and she is thrilled about not having to run to the store every other day to keep fresh fruit in her fridge. At her age, it's the little things.... :)

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  7. I just love my cereal containers. I have four of them right now. They're the BEST!

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  8. I would love to own the Impressions Classic Bowl set.

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  9. Bowls, bowls and more bowls - I have collected quite a few over the years and have always counted on them to fill full with all kinds of goodies. I also enjoy the cake/cupcake decorating kit, with my kids we use it all the time.

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    1. You can Tupperware bowls (no pun intended)! :)

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  10. OMG! Tupperware! I love that stuff but my budget now absolutely hates it! I sold Tupperware for maybe 18 months or so, could be a bit longer than that but my memory is fading, back in the early-to-mid 70s and managed to acquire a fairly large selection of their products then, most of which I still have and use often. My favorite though is the great, great big wonderlier bowl -which I use every time I bake bread (which is not as frequent an event as my grandkids would like) and also, I use it every time I make a special Swedish baked custard that the family loves. My biggest problem over the years has been to keep track of all the various lids and containers they fit! I know I could get replacement lids for them but sheesh, with the number of bowls and such I already own that are shy their lids, I could go broke just buying the replacements and then, would get highly ticked off the next time one of 'em disappears! The only item I have by Tupperware that I don't particularly care for that much is the ice cream scoop thingy that my daughter gave me a few years back either for Christmas or my birthday. That thing is, in my opinion, more than a bit over-priced for its usefulness but that's just my own opinion on one little item, not a reflection at all on the overall line of products they have which I tend to believe are the best things since sliced bread!

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    1. Well, good luck! Thanks for entering. :)

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  11. I have my mom's tupperware Cake carrying case... its what she used when I was a child.. & now I use it! That stuff lasts!

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    1. Love it--That's really cool. Good luck! :)

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  12. I love all of it! But I always just adored those little bowls with the lids that you put on your key chain? Remember those? And the popsicle molds. Haven't seen either in YEARS! It's the retro Tupperware that I love most.

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    1. Totally love those little bowls. They're great for keeping pills in your purse, key chain or not.

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  13. Wow! I haven't even thought of Tupperware in years (unless I'm using my salt and pepper shakers that I've had for a hundred years).....I would LOVE the fridekeepers as I throw away forgotten veggies way too often! I'm going to attempt to enter on the rafflecopter. How I wish I was as techie as you are!!!

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  14. My all time favorite is the Shape-O Toy for kids!!!! The best!
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

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    1. It's a timeless classic! Good luck, and thanks for entering :)

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  15. I don't actually know what it's called. I've had it for years and it's a big rectangular dish with compartments and a really tall lid. I use it each week to put my fruits and vegetables in for packing my lunch. It works great.

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  16. Caroline B/gatsby1981August 19, 2012 at 7:54 PM

    I love the spaghetti containers!!!gatsby1981 at gmail dot com

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  17. my favorite tupperware is the orange peeler. mine is about 25 years old - i got it from my grandmother. do they even make these anymore?

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    1. yes, they do! As a girl with no thumbnails, I love them, too, as do my kids. Using your teeth to open an orange is awful! :) Good luck! Thanks for entering.

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    2. WOOHOO, Amy! You are the winner!! (Great proof that Please email me with your mailing address so that I can have your prize shipped to you!)

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  18. I love my Pink Camo Tupperware lunch bag!

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  19. I dont own any but I would LOVE the cupcake taker!!!

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