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Win Our Weekly Comment Contest! $100 Prize!

Winner of the comment contest last week was Cynthia C who commented on Updated Tips for Parent/Teacher Conferences by Meghan H.

Email us at to claim your prize. Prizes must be claimed within 72 hours. To be eligible to win, contestant must not have one any other prize from Life360 within the last 180 days.

How to Enter:

We are really loving all of your great input and we want to read more! Leave a comment on any post, answering the question at the end or giving your thoughts on the topic, and you will be entered to win a $100 gift card for Amazon, iTunes, or Target at the end of the week!

Comments on this post do not count.

The MUST READ articles of last week:

Leave a comment on one, or all, of these MUST READ posts to win! 

Last Weeks Top Articles:

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For the fine print:

We will select a comment at random and that person will win a $100 Amazon, iTunes or Target gift card! To find out who won, follow the blog, our Facebook, and our Twitter to here the winner announcements!

The Fine Print:

Please read this entire post to make sure you’re eligible. Each time you leave a comment this upcoming week (starting today until 9 pm pst next Sun, March 18th) on any post at Life360 Now!, you’re automatically entered in our drawing — up to 10 comments per person. We will announce the winner on Monday afternoon.

Comments must come from individuals 18 or older, U.S. residents, and obviously, spam comments don’t count. We’re looking for real comments, with real people having real conversations about family safety! We suggest answering one of the questions at the end of each post. The winners will be announced sometime on Monday, so check back then! Prizes should be claimed within 72 hours of winner announcement.

3 Responses to “Win Our Weekly Comment Contest! $100 Prize!”

  1. judee

    I liked the article "Online Privacy – Ever changing, and affecting your kids’ online lives" and WHAT it addressed including "Online Manners." Manners being the keyword, especially in this day and age of computer technology where people communicate more online than face to face or on the phone.


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