If you don’t have the cash on hand to get a new Surface 3, I have some good news for you. The folks over at Surface 3 tablet.
All you have to do is go to THIS PAGE and give them your email address to be entered. If you want to increase your odds, you can also share it on Twitter and you will gain an additional entry for each friend or follower that enters.
The winner will be chosen by random drawing on June 3rd, 2015.
Win a Free Surface 3: The Fine Print…
As you might expect, with a chance to win a free Surface 3 there is a wall of legalease in the disclaimers page. To save you a bit of boredom, I went over it and here’s a list of the important or interesting points:
- The giveaway is open to anyone 21 or older worldwide
- You must be human (so don’t try using your dog’s twitter account to boost your chances)
- You agree to get offers (spam) as a result of entering this contest (like you didn’t already know)
- You must submit your entry by 11:59 PM PDT on June 3rd. The winner will be chosen at that time.
- If you win, you will have 7 days to claim your prize. If you fail to do so, another winner will be chosen.
- They are giving away the $500 model which is the 2GB/64GB version. However, the description (as I write this) says they are giving away the 4GB/64GB version which doesn’t exist.
- That little mistake might make the fact that they are going to use California arbitration rules to resolve conflicts important (or not).
All in all, pretty standard, minus the mistake in the description of the version they’re giving away.
So, if you can put up with a little extra spam (or have a good spam filter) and want to win a free Surface 3 (who doesn’t?) then go enter now. As of the time of this writing, you have about a month to do so.
Tim Rolston is a professional geek with over 23 years of experience working in Information Technology and dealing with everything from large-scale storage to remote systems management and automation for organizations such as Texas Instruments, Mobil Oil, and the University of Michigan (where he was an Academic IT Director).
He co-founded JTRTech along with Joanna to realize his long-time dream of working for himself.