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Win part of a $ 4,500 prize pool in the 2019 Ars Technica Charity Drive, Ars Technica


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Consoles, headsets, collectibles, and much more to be won in our annual sweepstakes.



/ Just some of the prizes you could win by entering our Charity Drive sweepstakes.It’s once again that special time of year when we give you a chance to do well by doing good. That’s right — it’s time for the (edition of our annual Charity Drive.)

Every yearsince, we ‘ ve been actively encouraging readers to give toPenny Arcade’s Child’s Play charity, which provides toys and games to kids being treated in hospitals around the world. In recent years, we’ve added theElectronic Frontier Foundationto our annual charity push, aiding in their efforts to defend Internet freedom. This year, as always, we’re providing some extra incentive for those donations by offering a chance to win pieces of our big pile of vendor-provided swag. We can’t keep it (ethically), and we don’t want it clogging up our offices anyway. So, it’s now yours to win.************** This year swag pile is full of high. -value geek goodies.We have over********************************************************************************** (prizes amounting to over $ 4, in value, including game consoles, computer accessories, collectibles, smartwatches, and more. In (******************************************************************, Ars readers (raised over $) ***************************************************************************************************, 02 for charity, contributing to a total haul of (more than $

, since 2007. We want to raise even more this year, and we can do it if readers really dig deep. How it works
Donating is easy. Simply donate to Child’s Playusing PayPal or

donate to the EFFusing PayPal, credit card, or Bitcoin. You can also support Child’s Play directly by picking an item from the Amazon wish list of a specific hospital onits donation page. Donate as much or as little as you feel comfortable with — every little bit helps.
Once that’s done, it’s time to register your entry in our sweepstakes. Just grab a digital copy of your receipt (a forwarded email, a screenshot, or simply a cut-and-paste of the text) and send it toArsCharityDrive@gmail.comwith your name, postal address, daytime telephone number , and email address by 13: 90 pm ET Monday, January 6, 20000. (One entry per person, and each person can only win up to one prize. US residents only. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. (See official rulesfor more information, including how to enter without making a donation. Also refer to the Ars Technica privacy policy.)
We’ll then contact the winners and have them choose their prize by January (choosing takes place in the order the winners are drawnThe prizes

Here are quick descriptions of some of the biggest, most desirable prizes in this year contest. See page two for a complete list of available prizes.Gears 5 Xbox One X bundle

Just some of the prizes you could win by entering our Charity Drive sweepstakes.******************************Just some of the prizes you could win by entering our Charity Drive sweepstakes.**************************
Get in on 4K gaming with this console bundle. It includes a black 1TB Xbox One X, a downloadable copy of (Gears 5) , two controllers, a controller charging dock, an art book, (Gears 5) novelization, a Marcus Fenix ​​toy, a branded Rockstar energy drink can, and more.
Just some of the prizes you could win by entering our Charity Drive sweepstakes.Take your HD gaming on the go with this combination console carrying case and (****************************************************************************************************. 3 “IPS FHD display. It features improved sound quality and viewing angles over previous GAEMS carrying cases, and it comes With a power supply, accessory bag, cables, and a remote control. Logitech G Powerplay wireless charge gaming mouse set

(********************************************Just some of the prizes you could win by entering our Charity Drive sweepstakes.****************************************** Enjoy the freedom of a wireless gaming mouse without the hassle of having to stop the action to plug in or replace the batteries, thanks to the wireless induction charging in the G Powerplay charging mat. This includes the charging mat (with hard and soft surfaces), G and G (series mice, accessories, and cables for wired gaming options. Sega Genesis Mini and “Tower of Power” “accessories


************************************** The Genesis Mini is one of the finest “plug and play” retro consoles out there. But it becomes even cooler with the cosmetic “Tower of Power” set, which adds a miniature replica Sega CD, (X, and a) **************************************** (Sonic the Hedgehog) cartridge to the mix. While the “Tower of Power” bundle is on sale in Japan, this US edition was provided exclusively to press.Nothing grabbing your eye yet? The next page has dozens more prizes you can win by entering. Have a look!                                                        (Page:(1) **************************************************** (2) →***************************************************************************** (************************************************************************************************************ () *********************************************************** (Read More) ********************************************

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