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Time Out Market Montréal is celebrating its one year anniversary with a giveaway contest

It's been one whole year since Time Out Market Montréal opened its doors to the city, so it's celebrating with a big giveaway of gift certificates.

JP Karwacki

Can you believe it's been a year (and change) since Time Out Market Montréal opened its door? 2020 has put us through a lot, and it's made the amount of time since our grand opening on November 14, 2019 feel like it was years ago. Despite that, the Market is keeping its head held high and saying thanks to the city with a big giveaway:

The Market is doing a giveaway with $100 gift certificate cards that can be used at any eatery and the soda bars for three (3) winners!

Here's what you need to do to enter:

Step 1: Share your favourite picture from the market and make sure to tag @timeoutmarketmontreal and tag it with #timeoutmarketmontreal—this could be an original photo taken by you recently or in the past, or you can reshare something from the Time Out Market Montréal's Instagram feed.

Step 2: When it comes to posting, you can either make it an in-feed post or it can be a story; both are legit for entries!

Step 3: ...OK, this isn't really a step, but the good news is that you can enter as many times as you want! Any and every account can participate, so get on Instagram and start punching in those posts and stories!

Step 4: Three winners will be chosen at random on Monday, November 23rd. Make sure to keep an eye on your DMs that day!

That's it, and that's all!

All we want to say is: Thank you, Montreal. It was amazing to see your response to this food hall when it first opened in 2019, and while 2020 has delivered us a serious collective kick in the crotch, your patience and support of the market's eateries that are operational and on hold for the moment helps to keep local businesses afloat.

Stay hungry, and good luck with the contest!

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