Terro Fruit Fly Trap Review & Giveaway (2 Winners!)

August 15, 2010 by Roxanne  
Filed under giveaways, household

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to commentors #7: Amber & #23: Dave!

fruitly3Have you ever walked into your kitchen to be greeted by a swarm of fruit flies? If you eat fruit on a regular basis, leave it out on the counter, or even leave a dirty dish in the sink, you are just setting yourself up for a possible fruit fly invasion! There are many reasons they can appear and we all know how annoying they are to deal with and eliminate! Terro has a new product that can help with your fruit fly situation easily and painlessly!

About the Product

“TERRO Fruit Fly Traps are designed to lure adult fruit flies, using a special non-toxic food-based liquid lure,” says Stew Clark, technical director for TERRO pest control products. “Flies that enter the trap can’t escape to continue breeding.”

The Terro Fruit Fly Trap’s non-toxic formula works to lure flies inside the small apple container, trapping them and successfully eliminating infestation! After cleaning up possible sources attracting fruit flies and placing the apple trap nearby, it will significantly decrease the amount of flies within only a few days!

My Thoughts

Last August we moved into a new house and almost immediately had a fruit fly invasion. I cleaned everything from top to bottom, but they just kept multiplying until the weather turned cooler. This year we have a garden so, our kitchen is constantly filled with delicious fruits and veggies, which we all know always attracts fruit flies! Just like in the video, I filled the decorative trap and stuck it in our fruit bowl. The next day several flies were already trapped and by day 3 there were barely any fruit flies around.

I am a huge Terro Fruit Fly Trap fan for many reasons. First of all, it works, which is more than I can say for other methods we’ve tried in the past! Also, the “bate” that lures in the fruit flies is non-toxic! With two boys around the house we tend to stay away from anything toxic.  I don’t have to worry about them getting a piece of fruit from the bowl or chemicals attaching themselves to the fruit and vegetables! Oh, and did I mention the Fruit Fly Trap is actually cute? There’s no need to clean up or hide the trap in order to save yourself from embarrassment when guests come over because it’s decorative! Usually I end up showing it to them and they love it, too!

Buy It!

If you have a fruit fly issue or anticipate having one as the summer season winds down and fall begins, you can purchase one for around $7.99 online or at retailers nationwide!

Win It!

Ready to give the Terro Fruit Fly Trap a try? To enter:

  • Just mention in comments before midnight, Aug 22nd why you’d like to win a Terro Fruit Fly Trap.  That’s it!
  • Two random winners will be selected and notified via email shortly thereafter.
  • The winners will then have 2 days to claim their prize.

To earn extra entries, you may do one or all of the following. Each one counts as an extra ticket but you must leave a separate comment for each one.

  • ‘Like’ Terro on Facebook.
  • Follow Terro on Twitter.
  • Subscribe to the Terro Blog, What’s Bugging Stew.
  • Subscribe to An Island Life’s feed.
  • Follow Island Life on Twitter.
  • Tweet this giveaway.
  • Place our button in your sidebar.
  • Mention this giveaway on your blog with a link back here and to Terro.

This giveaway is open to US addresses only.

This post was written for Terro who provided the information and Fruit Fly Trap for review and giveaway. I was not, in any way, compensated except for the complimentary product. By entering this giveaway, you are acknowledging that you have read, understood, and agree to our disclosure policy.

About the author:
Roxanne is a SAHM of two rambunctious boys striving to live the "Green" life, reduce her carbon footprint, and teach others about how to do the same! She writes reviews for organic products, about her own parenting experiences, and articles about how to make eco-conscious living fun, affordable, and worthwhile for the entire family on her Natural Parenting blog Children Teaching Mama.
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44 Responses to “Terro Fruit Fly Trap Review & Giveaway (2 Winners!)”
  1. Sandra K321 says:

    We always have fruit on the counter (if I put it in the refrigerator the kids forget it is there and don’t eat it) and it seems these little annoying fruit flies come home from the store with the fruit. I would love to try this trap.

  2. Sandra K321 says:

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  3. katklaw777 says:

    Luv to win this…our homemade traps look awful, thanks.

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    I subscribe via feedburner.

  5. katklaw777 says:

    Signed up for “what’s bugging stew” emails.

  6. Jennifer says:

    Oh my, I would totally bring this to work. I work in an office and there are tons of fruit flies. In the summer, I love bringing fruit to have at my desk and these little buggers are such a pain. Thanks!
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  7. Amber Ryder says:

    I have been fighting fruit flys for over a week now! They just seem to multiply no matter how clean everything is, I am at my wits end,I would love to try this!

  8. Amber Ryder says:

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  13. Julianne L says:

    I would love to win this. I’ve been having a problem with fruit flies lately.

  14. Julianne L says:

    I’m subscribed to rss

  15. Jennifer T. says:

    I hate those boogers. They love my house as well. We eat lots of fresh fruit and they are always around. I need a way to eradicate them!

  16. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m an e-mail subscriber.

  17. Kathleen Bratcher says:

    I so want want of these for the lunch room at work. It is just so gross with the way everyone leaves all their messes, that it’s about impossible to keep the flying annoyances at bay. Thanks for a chance to win one!

  18. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m a facebook fan of Terro under username Jennie Tilson.

  19. Melissa says:

    I would love to win this as I’m on a diet and constantly have fruits and veggies in the house

  20. kari seavey says:

    I would like to win this because I had a bag of potatos that had fallen down behind the fridge. Now we have thousands of fruit flys and can not get rid of them

  21. Mary B. says:

    I would like to win because every time you buy bananas somehow you get those darn fruitflies. This Terro product is something I’d love to try because Terro ant traps work really great.

  22. Mary B. says:

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  23. Dave says:

    I drink wine. We usually have an open bottle, or two :) , on the counter and the fruit flys occasionally swarm.

  24. Cindy Bertram says:

    I liked terro on facebook Cindy Bertram

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  26. Sheryl says:

    We eat lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, so we have these fruit flys around all the time! This would be great to have!

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    I am subscribed to both of your twitters & facebook & leaving a comment. What a great sweeps! Thanks so much :)

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  29. Carla Pullum says:

    For some reason we have flies by our front door this would be great to use!

  30. felecia digsby says:

    I would love to win because we always have fruit on the counter and we never know when we might have this problem.

  31. felecia digsby says:

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  32. Shari says:

    I’d love to win because we’re in and out of the house a lot, so there are always fruit flies getting in and coming after our apples and bananas!

  33. Shari says:

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  37. Kimberly says:

    I am so tired of trying to swat fruit flies so this would be a welcome relief.

  38. Kimberly says:

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  43. CathyH says:

    Picking lots of veggies out of the garden now and often they end up on the counter, plus the humid air seems to make fruit flys worse

  44. CathyH says:

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