HoneyBaked Ham Gift Certificate Giveaway

HoneyBaked Ham GiveawayHoneyBaked Ham Gift Certificate Giveaway

We are giving away a $25 gift certificate to a HoneyBaked Ham store so you can enjoy a delicious ham or sides for your holiday feast. Be sure to check out our HoneyBaked Ham review and see the delicious sides and ham we will be enjoying on Christmas Day.

Giveaway is open to continental US residents, ages 18 and older. Giveaway ends December 27, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST. Enter to win via the giveaway form below. Good luck everyone!

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  1. Our family tradition is the chef chases everyone out of the kitchen and everyone else waits and watches movies and football.

  2. I agree with your review, Honey baked hams make for easy prep and serving as well as tasting delicious. We traditionally have ham for Christmas or Christmas Eve with the other dinner being lutefisk and potato sausage.

  3. In viting friends and family that dont have any other place to go 🙂 Usually 30 people “_

  4. Baked ziti or lasagna on eve, Ham on Christmas day, and fish (Italian husband) New years eve and black eyed peas and collards ( I southern gal)on New Years Day.

  5. The Authentic Honey Baked Ham is what I would choose. It’s good for the main dinner and then nice for sandwiches, omelets, and casseroles afterwards.

  6. our tradition is to spend Christmas eve alone, just the two of us and have dinner at his mother’s home on Christmas day and exchange presents after dinner

  7. The original spiral honeybaked ham is delicious. I frequently go there to purchase a pound or presliced ham. Makes great sandwiches for lunches!

  8. We always have ham for Christmas as well as lasagna. Usually we have a vegetable for a side dish and maybe cheesy potatoes for those who don’t eat lasagna. It’s basically a simple laid back day spend just enjoying family and the blessings of the holiday.

  9. I love their original honey baked ham, but they also have Josie’s Mustard as a condiment and that stuff is the bomb 🙂

  10. I would get the ham for sure.It has always been a family tradition up until my dad,mom and sis passed. I have not been able to keep it going though due to the cost. 🙁

  11. I would get the ham. My mom used to get it every year when we were little so it just reminds me of the holidays!

  12. Their original honey baked ham is definitely my fave, but I recently tried their turkey and it is pretty great too!

  13. Since we have a turkey hater in the house, we don’t often get turkey. But I love turkey and if I won, I’d get the The HoneyBaked Turkey Breast, Swiss Cheese & Mustard package.

  14. For Christmas we tend to have Ham and Prime Rib…sides of company potatoes, green beans, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, cornbread, chicken and dumplings, and skillet corn..sweet tea..couple of pies, cake, ambrosia and Waldorf salad..thanksgiving is turkey with much of the same as above except dressing and mashed…name on form was Vickie

  15. My family has always had Honey baked ham for years. Up until 3 yrs ago when I lost my dad,sis then mom. I have not been able to afford one. I will hopefully get back to the tradition next yr ty for chance

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