In 2011, a Weddingbells.ca survey revealed that the average Canadian will spend anywhere from $33,249 for a traditional wedding.
(PRWEB) May 14, 2013
KANETIX is awarding one lucky person $500 just in time to help pay for some of those hefty wedding related bills.
Whether individuals are tying the knot, or just attending the celebrations of another, expenses from gifts to clothes can really add up!
In 2011, a Weddingbells.ca survey revealed that the average Canadian will spend anywhere from $33,249 for a traditional wedding to $17,339 for a simple wedding, both which include a honeymoon. For brides and grooms who don’t like the idea of a traditional wedding, but hate the idea of something too simplistic, opt for a less than formal affair and on average pay $22,430 with a honeymoon included.
KANETIX recognizes the financial strain brides and grooms, as well as their guests are under at this time of year, so this giveaway aims to make things a little easier for one lucky Canadian this wedding season.
The contest runs from May 14, 2013 to May 24, 2013. To enter, participants need to let KANETIX how much they will spend during the wedding season this year through a contest entry form found on KANETIX’s Facebook page.
Launched in October 1999, KANETIX was Canada’s first online insurance marketplace and today provides over a million quotes per year to consumers looking for insurance, as well as comparisons for mortgage rates and credit cards.
The KANETIX comparison service is a one-stop shopping environment for consumers. Each day, thousands visit the KANETIX website at http://www.KANETIX.ca to comparison shop their various financial needs. Shoppers choose what they want to compare, obtain a quotation and complete an online application or, with the help of KANETIX connect with the provider to purchase or apply for the product over the phone.
Through its Software as a Service team, KANETIX is also the leading provider of online insurance quotation technology, developing online quotation systems, mobile solutions, actuarial tools and websites for many of Canada’s largest insurance brands.