HollywoodLife.com & Boston Market will have you set up this holiday season. Whether it is this upcoming Thanksgiving or you’d like to wait till Christmas, you now have a chance to win a $100 Gift Card!
The food and the fun of the holidays is always amazing, so why not focus on the fun while Boston Market helps with the food! Win a $100 Gift Card and take yourself away from the kitchen. Find out how after the jump!
Enter to win a $100 Boston Market Gift Card!
Whether you often burn the green bean casserole, or need to pick up a pumpkin pie on the way to grandma’s house or are simply pressed for time in the kitchen, Boston Market has all the sides and desserts you need for a worry-free holiday. This Thanksgiving, enter to win a $100 gift card and get your Thanksgiving covered!
Swing by any of the chain’s 460 locations this Thanksgiving Day to pick up a pumpkin pie, some last-minute side items or even a full spread! Or save it for a few visits this entire holiday season!
Along with Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer and 4x Olympic Gold Medalist, Lisa Leslie who is their celebrity sponsor, Boston Market has also partnered in the past with Julie Benz, actress, and avid cook and entertainer, to develop holiday tips and easy-to-prepare recipes incorporating home style sides from Boston Market. So make sure you check that out to help in all your awesome holiday plans and recipes!
And to help with last minute planning, Oven to Table (while supplies last) and catering orders for Thanksgiving Day will be accepted until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 27. In addition to online ordering via www.bostonmarket.com, orders can also be placed by calling 866-977-9090.
So HollywoodLifers, How can you win? It is easy! Tweet us @hollywoodlife with, “Hey @hollywoodlife – I want to win the #BostonMarket $100 gift card!” Then early Tuesday morning we will pick the winner and you will have a feast either for Thanksgiving or Christmas or whenever you feel that you want to get your hands on the tasty food of Boston Market!
Sounds pretty great, doesn’t it?