Win $500 Towards Your Dream Dorm from Bluebird by American Express

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Now that you’re settled in to your new digs, is your dorm décor everything you had hoped it would be? No matter what your dorm décor is looking like, Bluebird wants to help you amp up your space even more to turn it into the dorm of your dreams!

Bluebird, a checking and debit alternative from American Express and Walmart, is giving away $500 on your Bluebird Account to 10 lucky winners! To enter, tweet your response along with a picture that answers the question, “What is your dorm room style?” and include the hashtags #BluebirdDorm, #sweeps, and @HerCampus. Tweeting about dorm décor for a chance to win $500? Sounds amazing to us!

Bluebird makes managing your money simple and convenient. With Bluebird, you can transact online and offline in the way that is most convenient to you and your busy college lifestyle. You can add money to your account, make purchases with the Bluebird Card, pay bills, create subaccounts, transact through the Bluebird mobile app, withdraw cash, set up money management tools and more!

Be sure to tweet with #BluebirdDorm by October 1st at 11:59 p.m. EST to enter for a chance to win!  For the official sweepstakes rules, click here.  Good luck, collegiettes!

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Michelle is the Senior Editor of Her Campus. She is passionate about producing high-quality, entertaining and informative content for readers. Before joining the staff full-time, she was an editorial intern, the Life Editor and a contributing writer for HC, during which time she wrote the most-read article in HC history. Before joining the HC team, Michelle interned for The News & Observer in Raleigh, NC. A native of North Carolina, Michelle graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2013 with a B.A. in journalism and French and a minor in music. In her spare time, she likes to run (a lot), buy way too many magazines, obsessively follow UNC basketball and explore new places. You can follow her on Twitter: @mclewis3

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