Giveaway: Cuppow Total Collection Gift Pack

December 16, 2013(updated on October 3, 2018)

Cuppow lids

Okay jar lovers, I have a very fun giveaway for you all this week from Cuppow. As many of you probably know, they make fab drink lids and snack cup convertors for mason jars out of BPA-free, recycled plastic (and they’re a regular Food in Jars sponsor. Thanks guys!). These are highly useful tools that mean less waste and more canning jar fun for all.

BNTO containers

In the past when I’ve offered giveaways from Cuppow, they’ve been the sort where there are a large number winners and everyone gets a single Cuppow lid or BNTO. This time, instead of doling out one piece per person, I’m giving away the Total Collection Gift Pack to a single winner. This lucky individual will get six Cuppow lids (one in every side and color they make), and five BNTO cups (in blue, green, pink, orange, and clear). You can choose to share out your bounty with friends, or keep it all for your household.


Here’s how to enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me about your travel plans this holiday season (after all, Cuppow transforms your mason jar into a travel mug!). Whether you’re flying across the country or walking to your neighbor’s house, I want to know.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm east coast time on Saturday, December 21, 2013. Winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday.
  3. Giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post. I can not accept submissions via email.

Disclosure: Cuppow is a sponsor of this site and has provided both samples of their product for my use as well as the gift pack for this giveaway. However, all opinions expressed here remain my own. 

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925 thoughts on "Giveaway: Cuppow Total Collection Gift Pack"

  • We’ve decided that instead of gifts this year we would do a trip. We are going to Bend, OR for three nights. Trying the “create an experience” rather than just getting more stuff.

  • I’ll be driving with my boyfriend from Albany, NY, back to our home state of MI. We’ll do a quick lap of the Mitten to see as many branches of family and friends as we can, then zoom back to NY. We’ve become masters of the Thruway since living here for three years. We’ll be crossing our fingers for clear weather!

  • For Christmas I’ll be traveling just in my house! I will need to work some Christmas week, so I will be traveling into the office!

  • Our travel plans this holiday involve lots of visiting of friends in our town with my parents travelling to. Stay with us over the holidays. Yahoo Cuppow!

  • We’ll be driving from Boston to Maine on Christmas Eve to spend the holiday with my family there. We alternate years between Maine and my husband’s family in Kansas, but this year it’s a driving year ๐Ÿ™‚

  • For this first time in our relationship, my husband and I are having Christmas at home, without traveling across the country to visit one of our families. We plan on having a nice Christmas brunch at home, then driving up the mountain where we will go cross country skiing in the woods. The Cuppow would be nice for taking drinks in the car! Thanks so much!

  • We are going to see the grandparents on Sunday, that is only a 45 minute drive.
    Then on Christmas Eve we head 100 miles north to see my parents, and see my husband’s parents on Christmas Day.

  • My parents do the heavy travelling for Christmas. They’ll find the military base closest to my sister’s or my latest city, book one of their rentals and we’ll spend the week partying it up on base!

  • We’re at home for Christmas morning this year. For the first time! But, we’re heading to my in-laws’ house via ferry on the 26th – bright and early!

  • No traveling this year since I have a new baby. Carrying water around the house would be a lot easier with these, though!

  • Our travels this year will consist of a trip to the airport (to drop off my sister) and then on to the in-laws a few miles away, all on Christmas day. We’re staying close to home this year!

  • We’ll be driving 8 hours to my Mom’s house to celebrate the holidays together. Travel mugs and Bentos would be useful for exactly this kind of trip! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • We won’t be traveling on Christmas but doing some travel after and these lids would come in handy! Love all the colors, so fun:)

  • No travel plans this year. We traveled every Christmas for many years and have now moved back to our hometown! So we are staying put. But we will be traveling in January so those lids will really be great then!

  • Travelling from upstate NY to NC to visit husband, then to DC to visit my parents. Home for Christmas itself (our new tradition as of last year – christmas at our own house – is my favorite thing), then to the Finger Lakes for husband’s family trip. Whirlwind as per usual!

  • I have the best kind of travel plans! Going by foot, across my yard to my neighbor’s house. Ecologically friendly, low (no) cost, and no traffic woes.

  • We’ll be doing local traveling about town in Louisville as well as a Christmas eve visit 100 miles north! Hope your travels are safe and well-beveraged!

  • Thank goodness all our family lives within a reasonable driving distance, so we’ll have very little traveling to do this season. Instead, I plan to hunker down next to the tree with a warm beverage to watch the snow fall.

  • I will be traveling to the neighboring state to be with my one whole sister. We then go down memory lane with thoughts of our Mother and our childhood. Quality family time.

  • I will be staying at home in the greater Philadelphia area, but my heart is travelling to Missouri to spend time with my extended family. I wish my body could be there too, but sadly there aren’t enough funds in the coffers this year.

  • We aren’t going far, just 10 miles to our sons home. I supply the scalloped potatoes and pies and
    they fix everything else. For over 50 years everyone came to our house for Christmas. Now that I’m
    getting older My sweet son Gary has taken over. God bless him.

  • Staying local this year. On Christmas eve, I will go to my brother’s house for dinner, bringing along a chocolate tart with candied orange slices. Christmas day will be low key, probably just me and my dog enjoying the weather and taking a long walk.

  • I’m staying home and my husband and I are going to make tamales, maybe with a handful of friends. We’ll go visit our families in March when it’s more pleasant to travel and not as stressful a time of year.

  • We are heading out to California to visit family that hasn’t been able to travel to see us due to health issues. My kids have requested to see the beach!

  • Every year we hop in the car with Christmas cookies and hot cocoa and take a Christmas lights tour of the town. Just the thing to drink my cocoa from while watching the sparkly lights from our cozy warm van!

  • No big travel plans this year, just staying at home with the husband and rabbits, that is not to say that the cuppows’ would not be super handy, I even use them at home…like an adult sippy cup!

  • Sadly, I’ll not be going anywhere at all this holiday season! Although, my daughter and I are making homemade goodie baskets for each one of her teachers so we’ll be delivering those the last day of school for the year, this Friday.

  • First we’ll head north to stay with Belovรจd Spousal Unit’s family over Christmas, and then we’ll head south to my family for a rescheduled Christmas over the weekend, since my brother had to burn all his vacation in contract follies caused by the sequester. Looking forward to that Rare Who Roast Beast! :9

  • Staying in our hometown this year–very grateful for it! But we are going up north to the snowy woods for New Years’–a lovely, quiet time with the people I love best.

  • The only traveling I be doing is walking around my neighborhood handing out cookie plates and jars of blackberry jam made from blackberries picked in our neighborhood. We will, however, have people traveling to us since our Christmas tradition is to open our house to the soldiers in my husband’s unit who are unable to make it home for Christmas.

  • Awesome giveaway! My husband and I are driving down to Portland from Seattle to visit my family. Nothing fancy, just a bunch of adults sleeping in and opening presents. ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy holiday!

  • Lucky me! The only traveling we’ll be doing is up to the hills with snowshoes in tow. Then back down for a nice big hot bowl of soup.

  • We usually host Christmas and then take a vacation to unwind and close out the year. However, we are trying to save money for our wedding next summer, so this year we’re going to my mom’s place in Portland, and renting an apartment to stay in for a family-vacation hybrid. Looking forward to it and I plan on drinking a ton of coffee and tea in jars with cuppow!

  • No traveling for me this year. Will be hanging out at home with my dog and cats, probably catching up on the scary movies that I recorded around Halloween, and enjoying the peace and quiet from my noisy neighbors being gone for the day.

  • We don’t travel very far, but we have 4 Christmas dinners in 3 days, all within a 7 mile radius. Makes for a crazy schedule, but nice to be close to family.

  • spreading out our travel into both the weekends before and after, trying to keep the kids from present and sugar overload! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • We’re driving from St. Louis to New Orleans for my brother’s wedding, then on to Dallas for Christmas, then back to St. Louis. Whew!

  • Over the river (seriously, we do travel over a river) and through the city to Gramma’s house we will go!

    Thanks for this lovely give-away!

  • We are walking to several blocks to a friend’s house for the holidays. I feel really lucky that we don’t have to travel!

  • As the “traveling” side of the family, we are going everywhere along the Pacific Northwest coast! Not only do we have the holidays, we have 5 birthdays during the week surrounding Christmas, I guess there is not enough canning started in April! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Celebrate with the in-laws on Christmas Eve, then on to a giant slumber party at my parents house and the extended family get-together – “Pajama Christmas” – on Christmas Day. We go to bed on Christmas Eve, we get up on the big day and we don’t have to change our outfits until the next day – it’s awesome. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • My husband and I might escape to a nearby hot springs for a couple nights after he’s off work (he’s working Christmas), but won’t see any family until a couple weeks into the new year when we are flying a couple states over to meet up for my grandfather’s 90-something birthday.

  • I’m happy to say that I am not traveling for the holiday — well, I am driving across the river to the in-laws on Christmas eve… does that count?

    But, my daughter is coming down from Redmond on the weekend! And, whether I win this giveaway or not, she is getting two Cuppow lids for Christmas! Whee!

  • We’ll be flying from temperate Northern California to the frigid Midwest – but I wouldn’t miss going home for anything!

  • I’m staying home in Portland, OR this year, but will be working dog walking and pet sitting for others’ dogs and cats while they’re out of town this year. I’d pack my lunches with these ๐Ÿ™‚

  • We will be making a 4 hour drive with the 4 boys. It will be fine just fine… we have some Cuppows already but would love to have more… they are so fantastic!!!

  • A short drive to my father-in-law’s to celebrate Christmas with them this Saturday and then it’s another short drive to my parents to celebrate Christmas with my whole family except for my son, who is serving in Afghanistan this year. I am trying to stay positive.

  • I’d take my Cuppows to holiday parties — they’re a conversation starter and they’d keep me from spilling my drink if I have too much holiday cheer ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • I’m going to a few holiday parties. Excited to see some old friends I haven’t seen in a long while. Other than that I’m looking forward to curling up and reading some books.
    P.S. I love these. I can finally show all the haters that a mason jar is a perfectly acceptable travel mug.

  • I’ll be driving down to Cape Cod to visit with family, they would all LOVE Cuppows and BNTOs for Christmas (especially the ones heading back to college in January!) ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hah, if I got this, I would feel compelled to share with the kids…. We are just doing the usual hectic preholiday running around. Seeing ,ovies with family, seeing friends, etc. we’re very lucky. Mboth sets of grandparents live about 10 minutes away, so none of that traffic in the air or on the roads, just more time to see family. We’ll travel our usal things to see them, and on Christmas, both sets eill come to us and we won’t travel outside the house.

  • I’m not traveling, but my Baby Bears (two sons in college)are traveling home for Christmas! I’m so excited and busy, cleaning and decorating and baking. Love, love, love having them home for break!

  • Staying close to home this year, visiting with close friends, family and neighbors! We always deliver goodies when we go to visit and Cuppow makes it really special!

  • Thankful that all of my family comes to our house for the holidays! Who needs to travel to use Cuppow? I use mine right at home daily!!

  • We are headed out to Vancouver for Christmas. I’m excited to explore a new place, try a few new breweries, and eat fresh SEAFOOD!

  • My boyfriend and I will be making the “Christmas tour”
    around Michigan and Ohio this year. We live in Northern Michigan, and no
    one travels north, so it is up to us to! ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy Holidays and safe travels to you all.

  • I am actually not traveling much for the holidays. We will probably drive 3 hours the weekend after the New Year to visit my hubby’s grandma, and you can bet I will have my coffee in my mason jar with my Cuppow! My kids are begging for their own Cuppows for Christmas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • What a great giveaway! I have one cuppow regular-mouth lid and love it, but a whole selection? Excellent! We have zero holiday travel plans this year–such a relief. But you know what we are going to do? Take a long xmas eve walk around the neighborhood, drinking jars full of black russians & looking at the lights. Totally appropriate! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  • Travel plans: to my sister-in-laws down the hill for Christmast dinner and then straight to the cabin to hide out through New Year’s!!! That’s IT.

  • We’re flying to CA to visit our families and play with our new nephew. Sadly, I think the TSA grinches would probably shut us down if we arrived at the airport packing smoothies with sippy lids…Maybe they will relax someday. ๐Ÿ˜›

  • Where to start? Christmas Eve is 3hr round trip to my Father-in-Law’s house. Weekend after that is an overnight to my Mother-in-Law’s house, Weekend after that is up to Ottawa for a family reunion.

    Christmas is a week away, 2014 is two, and it’s not soon enough!

  • No long distance plans, and even the short distance ones are not finalized. Looks like at least two dinners on Christmas – one with family and one with neighbors. Not sure if the one with friends will be on the day or another. It’s tradition – a group of friends always get together on Christmas Day and have for years.

  • We already drove to Boise for hubby to see daughter for his December birthday. Xmas will be dinner with family here in town.

  • I love cuppow! We’re even giving some as gifts this holiday. We’ll be travelling over the creek and through the woods to Grandmother’s house (my parents’) for Christmas day.

  • We will be spending a festive Christmas eve with my fiance’s cousins and then getting up early for stockings and brunch 1 hour away at Mom’s, and then hopping in the car to drive another 1.5 hours to have Christmas dinner at Dad’s. Fingers crossed for good road conditions!

  • Am not traveling but am having a Day After CHRISTmas Hang Out Party for many people whose families are too far away…and…I may be short on cut tops!