Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

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Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

Post by TheCollector » Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:18 pm

A simple "enter to win" form, no purchase nessisary
http://www.simonandschuster.com/sweepst ... ustd=21713

Oddly enough it didn't make it into their RSS feed (which would have been on the main page) so I'm posting a link here.


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Re: Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

Post by George at C-Springs » Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:05 pm

Great link, though couldn't get it to work. Was able to enter all my info, but when I clicked Enter Now I kept getting an error message back telling me that I was unable to change something. Went straight to the Simon & Schuster website instead and did it from there, worked with no problems at all. Don't like that you can't enter if you have a P.O. box or not living stateside, that really hurts all military; had to use my parents' address in the states, which is dumb. Still, worth it if I win. Thanks Tomas!

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Re: Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

Post by ur2ndbiggestfan » Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:55 pm

I'll post a picture of the book here when I win it.

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Re: Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

Post by biomieg » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:26 pm

Good luck US-ians, the rest of the world only gets to watch...

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Re: Win a signed copy of Full Dark No Stars from Scribner

Post by Mr. Rabbit Trick » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:41 pm

biomieg wrote:Good luck US-ians, the rest of the world only gets to watch...
Don't worry Michael. This "competition" is the advertiser's way of legally gathering people's information and then selling it on to other companies. Hundreds of companies do this nowadays. The "small print" says you give them permission to do this.

They even ask for your DoB so they can bombard you with all types of insurance etc.

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