Pen Chalet $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway!

Just in time for the holidays, Pen Chalet is giving away “Pen-Cash” with a $50 gift certificate to one lucky winner and a second place $25 gift certificate prize and a $10 third place prize. These gift certificattes can be used towards any purchase on! Use the “Pen-Cash” gift card for yourself or give it as a gift.

Pen Chalet $50 Gift Certificate

Pen Chalet $50 Gift Certificate

Simply follow the instructions below for you chance to win our gift certificate giveaway. There are multiple ways to enter. Join our mailing list, like us on facebook, submit a comment, follow us on twitter, or tweet about the contest. Remember you can tweet each day for additional chances to win so start spreading the word. We will draw the winner on December 15th, 2013.


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53 thoughts on “Pen Chalet $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway!

  1. Kathi Sharp

    I would buy the Kaweco Ice Sport Fountain Pen in green to match my Kaweco Roller Ball. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  2. Anna

    Thanks for offering this great giveaway! I have no idea what I would get if I won, but it would be fantastic for sure! 🙂

  3. john

    The Conklin Stylograph Mosaic Series Fountain Pen looks a most desirable instrument.
    A prized voucher would certainly assist with a Christmasish shift from a desired wish,
    to a much prized and wonderful writing word wand .

    (sometimes I even make myself cringe a little, however I would love tthe chance to have this be my next pen up from my (recent) first fountain pen – a Lamy Safari)

    Many thanks for the hope your competition affords, and the thoughtful store and blog you’ve created and share,

  4. Cary L. Tyler

    I would pick up a Pilot Prera with a fine nib (Pilot fine nibs are a little finer, and I like a fine to extra fine nib)!

  5. Gary Linn

    Gotta love a giveaway! Now I’m off to drool over the inventory to see what I’ll spend the certificate on if I win!

  6. Kace

    Were I to win, I think I would like to purchase the Pilot Penmanship fountain pen. It comes from Pilot, who I trust to have good quality and performance. I love the transparent plastic body that it has, as well as the extra fine writing tip. Many people like broader fountain pens, but I enjoy writing expressively with thin lines. 🙂

  7. LennyM

    How to choose? It would either be the Sheaffer Ferrari or maybe the Conklin Glider, if it’s still on sale. I could just stock up on some ink….

  8. Malaujai

    Gee, there are so many (too many) choices to narrow it down right now to what I would buy —
    My Mama got me interested in fountain pens, so maybe a pen for myself and some ink we can both use–

    Thank you for this opportunity!

  9. Universal Walker

    I’d get a couple of affordable pens that I wouldn’t mind letting someone use, or one pen and ink


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