Explore the Best of Minneapolis With Minnstagram Bingo

Posted on: 07/13/16, 8:15am

What happens when you combine Summer 2016, Instagram enthusiasts and the beautiful city of Minneapolis? Minnstagram Bingo™, of course! The Social Lights recently launched their Summer 2016 Instagram contest, Minnstagram Bingo, to inspire Minnstagrammers to capture the most ♡-worthy photos of their beautiful city. Oh, and did we mention the winner will receive a custom Instagram poster? With over 120 submissions so far, the stakes are high:

 

Flying to great lengths to capture ‘grams for @MinnstagramBingo.

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The objective is easy:

  1. Follow @MinnstagramBingoon Instagram.
  2. Tag @MinnstagramBingoin your photo.
  3. Use the hashtag #MinnstagramBingo.
  4. The first participants to score a bingo will win prizes!

The Social Lights Minnstagram Bingo Card

Mark off 5 spots horizontally, vertically, or diagonally and you win! Let’s check out some of the ♡-worthy photos submitted thus far.

peace out 5th & Hennepin, you've been good to me .

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Caramel drip. #minnstagrambingo #glamdoll

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BGN079bC7zZ/

 

Reflecting on all the ‘grams we’ll capture this weekend. Use the hashtag #MinnstagramBingo for the chance to be featured. [📷: @hannaleadstrom]

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Dreaming of the donut I'm having right after this one 💭🍩 #nationaldonutday #glamdolldonuts #minneapolis

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Shameless.

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Worth it. #🍩 #donuts #nationaldonutday #glamdolldonuts #sprinkles

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#tbt on this rainy morning to last Saturday, when there was (also) rain, and tea, and words on the page. – #rainyday #theeverydayproject #liveauthentic #summerdays #tea #spyhouse #thatsdarling #minneapolis #themidwestival #minnesota #writersofinstagram #smalljoys #holdersnotfolders #abmlifeisbeautiful #minnstagram #MinnstagramBingo

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So, there you have it Minnstagrammers! Download your Minnstagram Bingo Card here to get started. Happy ‘grammin!

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