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Beyonce visits Tewksbury Walmart, gifts shoppers with gift cards

Posted by Emily Wright  December 21, 2013 10:32 AM

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Beyonce's self-titled album wasn't the only surprise she had up her sleeve this holiday season.

Ahead of her concert on Friday at TD Garden, Queen Bey stopped by the Tewksbury Walmart Supercenter to do some Christmas shopping (she picked up a copy of her new album), wished everyone happy holidays, and then handed out 750 $50 gift cards totaling a whopping $37,500.

Each gift card envelope read, "Happy Holidays from Beyoncé."

Happy holidays, indeed!

The Lowell Sun has full details about her visit. Were you there? Did you get to see Beyonce up close? We'd love to hear about it in the comments.


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