One thing I love to do with my granddaughter is to sit and cuddle. Some of our best conversations happen when we’re snuggling on the couch with her favorite blanket, watching a movie that she of course gets to choose. Most recently, we had a blast together watching the new DC League of Super Pets, which is available out for purchase now as of October 4. If you haven’t snagged your own copy yet, I’ve got a DC League of Super Pets giveaway below! Keep reading on how to enter for a chance to win your own Blu-ray copy!
If you haven’t seen any of the trailers yet, it’s really ‘super’ cute movie. Think Superman, but with dogs. What can go wrong, right? The antics and adventures of Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman (aka Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and John Krasinski) makes for a fun family movie night. Adults and kids alike will laugh and enjoy this animated film. Here’s one of the trailers!
Giveaway entry is easy, using the giveaway widget below! Rules are simple: void where prohibited by law, winners must be US residents and 18 years of age or older, and one winner per household. (If you’re looking, you will find more than one DC League of Super Pets giveaway to enter, but you can only win once per residence.) Prize fulfillment comes straight from the public relations team for the movie, and Dangerous Cupcake Lifestyle is not responsible for shipping or other mishaps. Winner will be responsible for providing physical shipping info within 48 hours of prize notification, or another winner will be randomly drawn and prize will be forfeited.
With the pesky required rules out of the way, here’s where you can enter! Keep in mind, each type of entry has different values so if you follow me on Twitter or post a reply (by answering the question in the giveaway below), you can get more points. You can also tweet about it daily and those entries add up.
I’ll watch it with my family
I will watch this with my daughter. she’s excited to see it.
I’d love to watch this movie with my kids
I’ll watch it with my girls, they’ve been wanting to see it.
I’d watch it with my kids.