That’s right; because we messed up with day 17, we’re putting it right here. Don’t worry – all of those clever people who entered via email will still be eligable for the prize, but please note that you won’t gain another entry if you send us an email today ;).
Today’s prize is a PS3 Media Power Pack, courtesy of DreamGEAR/Bowline, as well as a customised Xpad from Xpad.
The Media Power Pack includes all the cables you need for getting the full high-definition experience, online experience out of your gaming set-up. With an HDMI cable to get the highest resolution gaming on your HDTV, you will be able to see everything in crystal clear high-definition. And with the Ethernet Cable, you will be able to get your system online, and playing with your friends in no time. Finally, the USB to Mini-USB Cable will make sure you never have to miss a minute of gaming to recharge your controller. The Media Power Pack has all the cables the High-Definition Gamer needs to get the most out of their set up.
To stand a chance to win this fantastic prize, either send an email to email@example.com with the subject line NAG Online – 24 Days of Giving – Day 25, with your name and physical address, or simply comment underneath this post and we’ll contact you should you win (via the email address that you used to sign up). Should you choose to enter by commenting, you’ll additionally be eligible to win a USB flash drive courtesy of Corex.
In addition, we’re also going to throw in a Musica gift card to the value of R500, courtesy of Musica. Why? Becuase we’re such great people and can’t get enough of giving you stuff, and as a sort-of apology for the mess-up on day 17. Enjoy!
Please note that this competition is open to South African residents only and will close at midnight tonight. Winners will be randomly drawn and no correspondence or promises of cookies will be entered into. All winners will be drawn on the 4th of January and contacted shortly afterwards. You may enter each day’s competition once only, and may enter the competition as a whole up to 24 times.
Confused? Click here to read about the competition, why we’re doing it and why you should care.