Win Free Phones for Life from the Shack!
I am pretty sure that everyone out there would be thrilled to get the email that we just got from the Shack this afternoon, telling us how we can win free phones for life! Check it out after the break.
Imagine if you could get the best new mobile phone for free every year for the next fifty years! Forget about waiting two years before being eligible for an upgrade. Want the new phone now, but just bought one last year? Don’t worry, The Shack will pick-up the tab. Totally free.
Between July 3 and July 30, RadioShack customers can enter the “Free Phones for Life” sweepstakes for a chance to win the grand prize of one free phone every year for the next fifty years. Customers can enter by making any purchase in-store or at RadioShack.com, or by signing up at RadioShack.com/FreePhonesForLife (no purchase necessary). Four lucky winners will be awarded a grand prize worth $25,000 (that’s a $500 phone for free every year, for fifty years!).
All purchases count as an entry, regardless of value. Limit of one purchase per store per day can be used as an entry in the sweepstakes.
That is a pretty sweet contest for sure, of course, we might not be using phones fifty years from now, but some sort of chip implant telemetry, but who cares!
Go enter the contest now already!
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