Charter is blooming giveaways for the Spring Season. We have a bad economy but this company is making the American family happy by offering cheaper bundles for entertainment. Anyone can participate the Charter's Free Gift Card Sweepstakes too. This is really great right? For the month of May, they are giving away gift cards worth $1000 for four consecutive weeks. Check out connect.charter.com and enter the sweepstakes to win the grand prize of $5000 Free Gift Cards. You are FREE to join the Sweepstakes even without a purchase. Visit the site and grab this opportunity! You might be the next winner. You can also invite your friends to join the sweepstakes to make it more exciting and fun. If you are planning to get a cable-Internet-phone bundles, get it from Charter company for only $100/month for 12 months. You will also receive a gift card worth $150 for this particular bundle. And if you are only looking for cable and Internet bundles, they have it for only $74.98/month and good for six months plus a $150 gift card is yours for free. That is a great savings for your family. Check out the Website now and place your order. Do not forget to FollowCharter on Twitter today. Good luck on the sweepstakes promo.
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