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Gamefly is giving away a Wii a day until November 30th. Print E-mail
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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Wednesday, 08 November 2006

[News] [Wii]

Yes, every day between now and November 30th Gamefly is giving away a Wii. You must sign up but you can get the free 10-day trial and then enter. Here are some of the rules from the site:

4. How to Enter:

a. Existing/New Subscribers: If you have an active GameFly subscription, visit www.gamefly.com, login to your account, and follow the links and instructions to complete the registration form for the Instant Win Game. If you are not a GameFly subscriber, go to www.gamefly.com and follow the links and instructions to purchase a pre-paid GameFly subscription or sign-up for a free ten (10) day GameFly trial subscription. Once you have an active GameFly subscription or a free trial subscription, go to the GameFly homepage, login to your account, and follow the links and instructions to complete the registration form for the Instant Win Game, including a valid home address. P.O. Boxes are not permitted. Once you submit the form, follow the directions to advance to the Instant Win Game page and play the Instant Win Game. Click the “Play Now” button. Animation will be displayed while it is being verified if you are a potential instant winner. The Instant Win Game results will be instantly displayed.

So check it out, after all we all want a free Wii. This is one of those times that I wish I was back in the states. Maybe I'll have my dad sign up for Gamefly.

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