Monday, November 19, 2012

November Deals and Contest


It's Thanksgiving week, and I want to tell you about a few upcoming events that'll correspond with the holiday.

First, here's a big Thank You to everyone who participates in our contests! I love giving away free stuff, and all you fabulous fan comment writers are the ones who make that possible. So, thanks! 

Second, since its the biggest weekend for shopping, I want to give out some fabulous coupon codes. If you want $5 off any purchase on Black Friday, simply use the code "blackfriday". For free shipping on Cyber Monday, simply use the code "cybermonday". Both coupons will work on a minimum purchase of $15.

***We now accept credit cards, including American Express, on our website!!! PayPal and Google Wallet are still available choices.***

Third, all orders will get a free gift starting November 23. What is it? Its an awesome Windrunner Pin. This is the first in a collectible set. Currently, the only way to get one is by ordering something this holiday season. Put them on your jacket, bag, purse, backpack, etc. These are limited and once they are gone, we will move on to the next symbol. (shopping deadlines will be included next month)

Fourth, contest time! Comment below what you would bring to a Thanksgiving Dinner with Bridge 4. Winners will be picked randomly on Tuesday, November 27. Winners will receive a free t-shirt of their choice. Good Luck!

***Remember to order early to get things on time!**

98 comments:

  1. Strawberry jam...to make sure the bread isn't poisoned.

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  2. I would bring some stories and legends to tell around the fire.

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  3. I would bring my copy of The Way of Kings to get it signed.

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  4. Horneaters Soup :) or maybe sense I'm bad at cooking I'll just have them make me some.

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  5. I would bring my own bowl, and the lyrics to the song "Numuhukumakiaki'ailunimor" my and my brother are writing for an imaginary Way of Kings the musical... Ah heralds above, what I do in my spare time.

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  6. I'm tempted to steal Nic's idea, but I'd want to bring a drink. Doesn't really matter what kind. People always forget drinks at parties.

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  7. I would bring Magic cards. Lots of them. For sure.

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  8. id bring pancakes because who dosnt love pancakes?

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  9. how bout some more pepper for that stew to get us all to drink more of the drinks... then let's see what stories are told around the fire that night ;)

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  10. Cranberry sauce still molded in the shape of the can, of course.

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  11. I'll bring the ice. Keep those drinks cold!

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  12. Shoes. I would bring Bridge 4 some nice shoes.

    Hopefully they don't try to eat them.

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  13. china. what could be better than horneater stew eaten from fine china bowls? :)

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  14. water - some clean water to rinse out that hot pepper taste!

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  15. I would bring them medicine, and food. lots of food.

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  16. Oohh! I'd have to bring some Jolokia pepper. Kick this stew up a notch!

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  17. A too-good-to-resist dessert. Like a Paula Deen cheesecake.

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  19. I would bring delicious brownies for dessert.

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  20. I would bring the people of the other Bridges, the more the merrier!

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  21. Various Horns. A horneater with Rock's skills should be able to make them edible.

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  22. I suppose that Bridge 4 are from The Way of Kings which I have not read yet because I'm still waiting until at least one damned sequel is finally out before I do so because if I have already read the first book, I'd have gone mad waiting for a sequel, right? *mad glare*

    Well, I suppose I would bring some filthy gags so they wouldn't be able to say spoilers! *even madder glare*

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  23. I would go and try to round up Wit. He could make fun of me all night... and I wouldn't care. Stuff he says is funny.

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  24. I'd bring a Shardblade, one each for every member of Bridge 4 crew, for two reasons.

    1: They damn well earned it!
    2: Sadeas needs to get taught a lesson, and none deserve the privellege more than Bridge 4!

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  25. shardknives, what better way to cut a turkey or whatever awesome crab-turkey lives on Roshar.

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  26. A wahmbulance for people who willingly choose to not read a book for two years and then complain about spoilers.

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  27. I was gonna say horneater stew, but I'm pretty sure they're all sick of that. So I'll go with chocolate pie instead, because holy cow those guys deserve some freaking chocolate.

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  28. Stuffing! They need the carbs to carry the bridge...

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  29. I forgot one thing.

    "Winners will be picked randomly on Tuesday, November 25."

    Did you mean Tuesday, November 25 in 2014? Because November 25 in 2012 falls on Sunday. :)

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  30. Twice baked sweet potatoes with plenty of marshmallows on top

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  31. I think PF Flyers, guaranteed to make any kid run faster, and jump higher! What better way to avoid those nasty Parshendi arrows?

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  32. Multiple turkeys. Maybe one for every person. I'm sure those guys could use the protein.

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  33. Chocolate pecan pie! And stories! Maybe some alcohol because there's nothing better than getting people sugared up, drunk and then listen to stories!

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  34. I'd bring Bridge 4 a shardblade, they could then give it to Kaladin or give it to Dalinar to repay him for his kindness, its up to them (well technically Brandon)

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    1. Though Kaladin wouldn't want it... Since he doesn't want to have blue eyes.

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  35. Mashed potatoes with my aunts ham gravy

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  37. This one's a no-brainer. I'd bring stew.

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  38. I'd bring a cow- a whole cow because that's a lot of people to feed. We could roast it in a pit oven, yummmm...
    Also hugs. I'd bring hugs for everyone.

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  39. I would bring some of my great peanut butter pie and pie crust cookies!

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  40. I'm down with the stew as well. Turkey stew.

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  41. Any thing from the Jindoeese food selection

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  42. Hmmm. I would bring them something to comfort them... something that reminds them of home. Cookies! I'd bring chocolate chip cookies because they're amazing and they make everything better.

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  43. Okay, SimpsonSeattle? Your comment made me cry. Legit. *sniffles*
    Gotta love strawberry jam, but since that's taken, Ima gonna say . . . fresh bread, fresh butter, and old cheese. What with Rock's creations, it will taste amaze balls. Oh and chocolate! Cause as it's been mentioned, daaaaaaaaaaaym these dudes should have some!

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  44. A loaf of crusty bread, a wheel of cheese, and some mead. Isn't that the sort of meal they have in fantasy books? :)

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  45. A good spicy hot sauce. A little goes a long way towards making a inedible mess into a good meal. They are all big boys, they can handle the heat.

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  46. I would bring a trussed up Ardent. Whom I would conveniently stubble upon. One who was proficient as soul-casting food. And while soul-cast food is not as tasty, it would be plentiful. And really, Rock is there to make everything taste better.

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  47. It's a bit obvious, but they might like some of the classics from OUR world...
    A big turkey(fried of course) and some mashed potatoes and stuffing.
    Cranberry sauce...
    pumpkin pie

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  48. Loads of turkey and desert, like apple and pumpkin pie. Yup, yup. :D

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  49. Good company and some discussion on my favorite books.

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  50. I would bring a dozen large pumpkin pies.

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  51. Guns because I think they would have fun with a bunch of guns and lots of ammo. Of course once the supplied ammo is gone they would be unable to re-create it.

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  52. I'd bring rocks to put in the stew, since I hear they go well with Horneater stew. (Either that, or it's been too long since I read Way of Kings. Maybe both!)

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  53. I would bring chocolate! I think Bridge 4 really need some luxury of chocolate :D

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  54. Teft had it right, GreatShell stew for sure! Otherwise it would have to be some knob weed sap and a handful of diamond spheres, and my spear.

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  55. Chull dung. Chull dung soup, bread, as garnish on the pork steak, as chutney for the buttered garams…
    Chull dung, it has many uses.

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  56. Id bring them some pumpkins, everybody knows pumpkin spren know how to party

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  57. Definitely some chicken. Since apparently none of them have had it. And it's super nom-nom.

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  58. Cremling pie topped with whipped cream…and a cookbook for Rock.

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  59. Since I am from Idaho I'll bring the mashed potatos cause it just isn't thanksgiving without the mashed potatos

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  60. Turkey, lots of turkey.

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  61. i would make a cake that looks like a bridge, i am sure since they are in dalinars camp now they must miss their bride ;)

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  62. I would bring them Turky and mashed potatos because their delicious :D

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  63. I would bring gravy; who needs mashed potatoes!

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  64. I would bring them soft warm rolls, in-and-out potatoes, and chocolate pie with Oreo crust X)
    Because, well, they probably never ever get yummy stuff like that, and I think they would really love it (:

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  65. Oh, oops x)
    I guess if I win, you can call me Sky.
    If I don't, well you can still call me sky.

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    1. Because the comment with the rolls and potatoes and pie was mine, I guess it just didn't show my name. Gosh I'm messing this up aren't I? (:

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  66. I think I'd bring along some Allomantic metals in the guise of herbs & spices to see if me and my Seeker friend couldn't track down some of them darned world-hoppers....

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    1. If you're bringing Allomancy into this, I better bring some Smedrys, you never know what some of those lens can do.

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  67. All Day Baked Stew (Mom's recipe), Au-gratin Scalloped Potatoes, Sweet Potato Sugar Nut Crunch Casserole, Pink Stuff (surely they've never tried this deliciousness), Sparkling Cider, and awesome singing and dancing music. Let's Feast and Party!! Also enough Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies to share with all the other bridge crews freed by Dalinar.

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  68. A wishbone that they could use to wish for an end to the madness

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  69. Some Happiness spren, Luck spren, Wit. If this took place before Dalinar's arrival I'd bring a Jedi or two to use the force, and do their job. And since it isn't thanksgiving without family, I'd pop in Vin to deflect a few arrows, Egwene & the black tower, not to mention a few Aiel to obliterate them. Grandpa smedry, 'cause we know he's cool. Oh, and Mat, 'cause he always wins. And like was mentioned before some good Idaho mashed potatoes. (You can't invite alot of people without at least bringing some food.)

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  70. Heavenly Goo, Thanks giving is not complete without it.

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  71. Nynaeve al'Meara. She'll have everyone healed before dinner is over. Of course, then she will knock sense into the leaders before deciding this was women's circle business. Leading to a change of title to "Way of Queens."

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