CONTEST CANCELLED! There were 0 entries after 4 days.
I sold my Galaxy S III for a Nexus 4 but the guy who bought it didn’t want to pay a premium for my cases. So my loss is your gain! I’ve done this a few times before and it’s time to do it yet again! Consider this a chance for you to get a late (and free) Christmas present for yourself or a friend!
This time, I’m giving away a free, new (opened but unused) Rorschach Andy case. (I’ll get a picture posted soon but you can see it here on CruzerLite’s website.)
So here’s the deal. In summary, this random drawing is open to US-based Android & Me users with a score of 3 or higher (this is to guard against duplicate entries).
To enter in the drawing, you must do all of the following:
- Reply to this post and tell me if you root your phone or not, and why or why not.
You may enter once per day but only one reply per day will count. However, feel free to chat all you want!
- Post your Twitter handle
(this and the next step are important so I can get your shipping info if you win).
- Follow both @AndroidAndMe and @Jaxidian on Twitter and tweet:
Gimme a free @CruzerLite case for my Galaxy S III http://l.jaxidian.org/FreeGS3Case via @Jaxidian & @AndroidAndMe
This drawing will end at an unspecified time before Christmas. So get in early and get in often! And if we get at least 100 unique people entered in this, I’ll throw in two more Galaxy S III cases to two additional winners, so get your friends in here too!
To be eligible:
- You must have a US shipping address. No P.O. Boxes. I WILL ship to US military addresses.
- At the time of the drawing, your Android & Me score (the number in green next to your avatar by the Log Out button) must be at least 3. If you’re new right now, that’s okay. You have a little bit of time to increase that number so feel free to try anyways!
- You must perform all of the actions listed above. These are important so you’ll a) be in the drawing and b) I’ll know how to contact you.
If you’re interested in buying this case, then take a look at CruzerLite’s website.