25 Days of Christmas Giveaway: 2020 Edition

It's back! Orlando Magazine's 25 Days of Christmas Giveaways returns with amazing gifts for our Central Florida readers everyday.

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Ho Ho Ho! Orlando Magazine knows how good Central Florida has been this year, so we’re bringing back the 25 Days of Christmas Giveaway, and it’s bigger and better than ever! Want a the best heated blanket on the market, or an amazing dinner at one of Orlando’s best restaurants? There is a new prize every day, so enter daily for more chances to win!

Day 23 | Dugout Mugs

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Enter to win a $100 gift card to Dugout Mugs!

The Dugout Mugs Story

Dugout Mugs was started by former Minor League baseball player Randall Thompson, who turned his baseball dream into an American Dream. After he was cut from the Blue Jays organization he went back to coach at his alma mater a small D2 school in Florida. He got an idea to hollow out the barrel of a baseball bat and turn it into a drinking mug. Through a shortened 2020 season and COVID they were still able to see double-digit growth and the business is a 7 figure company based locally in Winter Haven!

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Previous Prizes

Day 1 | City Works Eatery & Pour House Swag Bag

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Enter to win a City Works Eatery & Pour House at Disney Springs swag bag featuring a $50 gift card, a “Drink Local” t-shirt, hat, bottle opener, and drawstring backpack! At City Works, they’re beer geeks, not beer snobs. They celebrate all styles of craft beer, housing 90 local and global varieties on draft. And they cook from scratch, adding brilliant twists to American classics. Above all, they are genuine people offering genuine hospitality, striving to make your day better!

Day 2 & Day 3 | Texas de Brazil $100 Gift Card | Orlando

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Enter to win a $100 gift card to Texas de Brazil Orlando! In southern Brazil, local cowboys called gauchos, prepare legendary feasts in a tradition known as churrasco. They slow-roast meats over open flames and present an impressive display of seasonal greens, vegetable dishes and regional delicacies. The succulent meats are brought to each group’s table and carved in a show of skill and festive offering.

At Texas de Brazil, we continue this treasured tradition. Treat yourself to a wide array of chef-crafted salads, roasted vegetables, imported cheeses and charcuterie. Enjoy house-baked cheese bread, garlic mashed potatoes and fried bananas. Turn your card to green, and expert carvers generously serve you sizzling beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage. Simply turn your card to red to take a break. Liven up your meal by ordering our signature cocktail – the Caipirinha. And remember, our servers are always standing by to accommodate any request.

Day 4 | Bug Bite Thing

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As Seen on Shark Tank, Bug Bite Thing is a must-have for Floridians. It is Amazon’s #1 selling product for insect bite relief, with over 30,000 reviews from customers who rave about its effectiveness. Bug Bite Thing is reusable, chemical-free and safe to use on children of all ages, as well as adults. Winner of the Consumer World Awards ‘Consumer Product of the Year,’ Bug Bite Thing is based in Port St. Lucie, Florida. From $9.95 + free shipping on BugBiteThing.com. Enter now to win your own Bug Bite Thing!  

Day 5 | Rock Em Socks


Enter to win a pair of MCO carpet-themed socks from Rock ‘Em Socks!

Day 9 | The Solo Candle Co.

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Enter to win this amazing prize pack from local favorite The Solo Candle Co. including:

  • 1 Rose Gold Space Mist ($12 value)
  • 1 Northwoods Frost in our Lotus Jar ($35 value)
  • 1 Yuletide 3-Wick Tumbler ($24.40 value)

The Solo Candle Co. is a two-person team operating in Windermere, FL. At The Solo Candle Co they believe in sustainability, transparency, and simplicity. “We began our candle journey with the goal in mind to create candles you could burn to enjoy, and not worry about the safety of our handcrafted products. And we continue to do just that. Our signature blends of fragrance and candle-grade essential oils have officially been deemed by a third party to be Clean Scents™. This means our candles are free of phthalates, carcinogens, mutagens, reproductive toxins, organ toxins, and acute toxins.” Learn more about The Solo Candle Co.!

Day 10 | Dugout Mugs

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Dodgers Christmas

Enter to win a $100 gift card to Dugout Mugs!

The Dugout Mugs Story

Dugout Mugs was started by former Minor League baseball player Randall Thompson, who turned his baseball dream into an American Dream. After he was cut from the Blue Jays organization he went back to coach at his alma mater a small D2 school in Florida. He got an idea to hollow out the barrel of a baseball bat and turn it into a drinking mug. Through a shortened 2020 season and COVID they were still able to see double-digit growth and the business is a 7 figure company based locally in Winter Haven!

Day 11 | Uhuru Design

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Enter to win this amazing Build Your Own Desk from Uhuru! Your dreams have come true! Uhuru Design’s new Build Your Own Desk is designed for ease with tool-less assembly. Made from raw Baltic birch plywood and available in two sizes, the BYOD Desk is simple to assemble and customizable to no end. Draw on it, paint on it, stain it, cover it with stickers! The design is up to you, truly BYOD.

Uhuru thinks about who and what they design for and its impact on the world we live in, which is why they are donating one desk to a child in need at the Red Hook Community Justice Center for every desk sold—just in time for the holidays.

Day 16 | The Escape Effect



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The Escape Effect is offering the winner a choice to play any of their escape rooms with up to four players!  You’ll choose from these four great games that are the perfect activity for your friends and family.

A Knight To Escape

2 hours, 4-8 players

Navigate through a castle to reunite with your allies.  Will you escape before being imprisoned?

Fright Before Your Eyes

90 minutes, 2-6 players

Investigate the untimely demise of a magician and his assistants.  Will you free their spirits in time?

At Odds With The Gods

90 minutes, up to 10 players

Travel to Mount Olympus to face the Greek gods.  Will you conquer it all and become immortal?

Sherlock Studies

75 minutes, up to 8 players

Pick up where Sherlock left off.  Will you solve the mystery and deliver the evidence in time?

The Escape Effect is open 7 days per week, including extended hours on holidays.  Find out for yourself why they were voted as Orlando Magazine’s #1 Entertainment Experience! Enter below:

Day 20| Mommy & Me Matching Dresses | Ivy City Co

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Enter to win a Mommy and Me set (valued at $200.00) from Ivy City Co.!

Ivy City Co., is a women’s fashion brand run by 3 women out of Salt Lake City, Utah. The brand offers timeless, one-of-a-kind dresses by women for women and their minis – perfect for any occasion! The designers love designing pieces that are personal to them, and they will not sell a piece they do not absolutely love! Ivy City co. manufactures their designs using high-quality fabrics that are fully-lined and always hit all the perfect lengths to make sure you are feeling beautiful and confident in everything they create. The women’s styles range for under $200 and all girls’ styles are under $100.

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No purchase necessary. One valid entry per contestant per day. Limit 25 entries over 25  days.

You must be 21 years of age or older at time of entry to be eligible for this contest. This contest is void where prohibited by law.

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