Win a 4th Generation Apple TV and $100 iTunes Gift Card

Posted by TekRevue Staff on June 9, 2016
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TekRevue and the HT Guys are teaming up to offer one lucky winner a brand new 4th generation Apple TV (32GB) along with a $100 iTunes Gift Card to help you fill your new device with the latest games, movies, and music. Here’s how the contest works:

Everyone gets one contest entry just by signing up. Any contact info you provide during signup for this free entry is used only to notify you if you’ve won. If, however, you’d like to increase your odds of winning, you can earn additional entries by completing the activities described in the widget below. For example, following The HDTV & Home Theater Podcast on Twitter gets you 1 additional entry, and signing up for TekRevue’s weekly digest email (a once-a-week email of the tips and articles posted on the site that week) gets you 2 additional entries. Those already following TekRevue and the HT Guys on Twitter, Facebook, etc., can still qualify for entries by verifying their status.

If you really want to increase your shot at winning, you can get 5 additional entries by subscribing to the HDTV & Home Theater Podcast and listening for the “winning word,” which will be revealed during Episode #743, released tonight (Thursday, June 9th).

The contest runs until next Thursday, June 16th, at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. At that time, we’ll draw a random winner based on the entries. The winner will be contacted directly and announced on Episode #744 of The HDTV & Home Theater Podcast.

Unfortunately, we’re only able to offer this contest to entrants 18-years and older in the United States. We’ll work on bringing international support to future contests.

HT Guys & TekRevue Apple TV Giveaway
The Apple TV and iTunes gift card offered in the drawing were purchased at full retail price by TekRevue LLC. This contest is not affiliated with or supported by Apple, Twitter, Facebook, or Google in any way.

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