Thanksgivukkah iPhone Case Giveaway!

Enter to win a Thanksgivukkah iPhone case! It’s almost time to nosh on a latke!


Last spring I hosted a matzah iPhone case giveaway and people were overcome with excitement! Freaking out I tell ya! Turns out matzah iPhone cases are the new black. Well I’m back with an adorable Thanksgivukkah themed giveaway. Normally, I’m kind of over the “Keep Calm” and Party On, Wayne/Watch The Kardashians/Twerk/Eat a Taco/etc. But then I saw this Nosh On a Latke version from Case Oddity and just couldn’t help myself! Now you can win your own. The perfect iPhone case for your hourly daily call to mom.


Y’all know I love latkes. Traditional, or Coconut Latkes, Eggs Benedict Latkes, and the ever popular Tex Mex Latkes! To enter to win your very own “Keep Calm and Nosh on a Latke” iPhone case for 4/4s or 5. Just leave a comment saying what your favorite latke topping is using the Rafflecopter below, and you can get extra entries by following Case Oddity and What Jew Wanna Eat on Facebook!

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Even if you don’t win, you can still save 15% on Case Oddity iPhone cases with the discount code whatjewwannaeat. Good luck!!

This giveaway is sponsored by Case Oddity, but all opinions are my own.



  1. Rebecca says

    Also, I just have to add that my family wasn’t a big fan of the name “Thanksgivukkah” when we first heard about the merging holidays, so my little sister came up with “Thanks-a-latke” :)

  2. says

    Sour cream is my favorite topping. I wanted to mention though, that it also delicious to put roasted green chile inside the latkes, a point which Rabbi Jerry Kane of Las Cruces, New Mexico convinced me.

  3. Lynne Kinsey says

    I stand by my comfort foods. Latkes need apple sauce and sour cream. Fresh strawberries slices are good, too, on the very top are a nice touch!

  4. says

    Again, old style. Applesauce (made with fresh apples) and sour cream. For this year, I could see adding fresh cranberries to the applesauce. I wonder if the leftovers will last 78,000 years…