This season, T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods are taking back the true meaning of the holidays. That’s right. “Imagine a world where door busters referred to loved ones pouring through your front door and the four-letter word that defined the season was L-O-V-E and not S-A-L-E. ” Seriously imagine it. You can’t? Well, maybe they can help.

T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods are using Twitter to offer unique coupons this holiday. Rather than 50% for the first 100 people they have giving other coupons that are truly once in a lifetime. Like homes being decorated with seasonal cheer, or being sent home to surprise the ones that mean the most to you, or giving back to those that constantly give. Each Monday (it started on the Nov. 16th)  for the next three weeks, @TJMaxx, @Marshalls and@HomeGoods will release a new offer, and followers can share how it will help them or a loved one bring back the holidays, using #BringBackHolidays and #Contest to be entered to win. The Twitter campaign includes:


Get Me Home! (November 16 – 20): 20 people that need help getting home so they can spend time with their loved ones. Winners will receive a $2,000 travel gift card to go toward holiday travel arrangements.

Holiday Saver (November 23 – 27): Three (3) families in need of holiday cheer. T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods will transform the winners’ homes into a festive atmosphere, complete with twinkling lights and perfectly wrapped gifts. You don’t event have to lift a finger. Except to enter and open the presents.

Gifts to Give Back (November 30 – December 4): Giving back to five (5) selfless and inspirational people who are always giving of themselves. Five winners are selected to receive a special holiday delivery filled with unique gifts that focus on the person opening the present, not what’s inside the gift box.

“There are few moments throughout the year when family and friends are in the same place at the same time, and we want people to put value on what really matters during the holidays,” said Gina Bollus, spokesperson for T.J.Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods.

For more information, visit their Twitter at @TJMaxx, @Marshalls and @HomeGoods.