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Late January. You can click on "archive" on the top right of the tumblr to see all their past posts announcing each wave to get an idea of when they start and stop. 🙂

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Last year they posted on the 25th saying the second wave had been completed! I'd say next week or the week after :) 

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correct typo in date

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