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Thursday, March 06, 2008

Win a Nintendo Wii

We've never bought the girls any of the popular electronic toys like XBox or Play station. It doesn't mean they didn't want them. Now they are hankering after the Wii, which of course they don't have either and mom here is not about to go out and spend good money to buy one. So they have been signing up for various contests and sweepstakes online that offers to award a Nintendo Wii.

Here's the latest find for places giving away a Wii. Charter Communications, provider of internet, video and telephone services, is holding a contest. They ask, "How much would you pay for high-speed internet for life?". On average you probably pay about $40 a month for internet access. Multiply that by 12 then by how ever many more years you think you've got to live (you do the math) and that's the value of this giveaway. The contest will be a bidding war. You register, and then you bid and see how much you are willing to pay to get a lifetime of internet access. Hopefully you live really long :)

If you're interested: Click Here for a Chance to Win a Nintendo® Wii™!

All you have to do to register is provide your email address. Just for registering, you will get a chance to win the Nintendo® Wii™. After you've registered, you will now also be able to bid on the internet for life auction if you are in the Charter Communications service area. You can check on the Charter website to see if they are in your area and start bidding! Good luck!

1 comment:

Jet said...

Papa and I have been wanting to have a Wii for the longest time too but it's always out of stock when we have a chance to look in the stores and each time we'd console ourselves with a smaller electronic game.But then, now that we have these things, we find we don't have as much time as we thought we had to play them. Would have been wasted on us. I guess it's a lucky thing it was never in stock for us... hehe.