Okay all you newly engaged lovelies, we have an exciting announcement this morning! For ONE DAY, Macy’s Wedding & Gift Registry invites all brides-to-be and their soon-to-be spouses to Scan for a Grand on Thursday, October 4th, for a chance to instantly win hundreds of $100, $500 or $1,000 Macy’s Gift Card prizes when they create their dream registry! As if there weren’t already enough reasons to register at Macy’s, now you have the chance to win $1000 just by doing so! Read on for details about the event + an exclusive giveaway for Ruffled readers!
On Thursday, October 4, bring your soon-to-be spouse to a participating Macy’s and scan the gifts you can’t live without! All events start at 5 p.m. in your local time zone and end at store close.
How to Enter:
To enter, engaged couples must RSVP online, and head to their local participating Macy’s on Thursday, October 4th to register and start scanning. Any bride-to-be is eligible to participate. Get a jump start and start your registry online today!
When scanning items, couples can either use a traditional scanner provided by their local Macy’s, or download the Macy’s app on their smartphone, select the Gift Registry tab, and start scanning items for their registry! Be sure to also scan the QR code located on the poster at every participating store for winner alerts.
Macy’s Wedding Registry is also giving away a Calphalon Contemporary Cutlery 21-piece set, to one lucky Ruffled reader! To enter for a chance to win, simply leave a comment below with a link to a Macy’s item that you would like to include on your registry checklist! You may comment as frequently as once per day. Winner will be announced in our Weekly Wrap Up on Friday.
Scan for a Grand Abbreviated Rules:
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) and Puerto Rico 18 years or older. Ends 10/4/12. For Official Rules, including odds, and prize descriptions visit http://macysgrand.promo.eprize.com/fall2012. To enter without scanning a QR code visit an in-store Macy’s kiosk. Void where prohibited.