June 20, 2018

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Win a $20 Japanese Creations Gift Card

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Terms & Conditions:


1. Contest closes on Saturday, June 30, 2018 at 11:59PM PDT

2. To enter and be eligible to win, entrants must be legal residents of the United States and be eighteen years of age or older.

3. No purchase necessary.

4. Entries will only be accepted when both steps is completed by entrant.

5. One (1) winner will win a $20 Gift Card from Japanese Creations that can be used site-wide on www.japanesecreations.com

6. Winner will be randomly chosen from all eligible entries on Monday, July 2, 2018. Winners will be announced shortly after.

 

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