Surface Book Contest Alert: Get Microsoft’s First ‘Windows 10’ Laptop For FREE

Surface Book Contest Alert: Get Microsoft’s First ‘Windows 10’ Laptop For FREE
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Microsoft’s Surface Book is a dream machine for many out there. Designed with enterprise users in mind, this laptop, though excellent, isn’t for the masses price-wise. But what if you can own this machine without worrying about the price? Read on to know more about the Surface Book contest.


Pocket-Lint Deals is giving away a Microsoft Surface Book as part of a contest. To win this Windows 10 Pro machine, all you have to do is head to their Surface Book contest page then sign up to enter. Now fill an online entry form with your email address. Participants who share the contest on Twitter will “receive additional entries to win.” And yes, every participant is allowed to register only once.

Surface Book contest: selecting the winner

Here is what Pocket-Lint Deals says about the selection of winners:

“Winners will be selected in a random drawing from all eligible entries received. Random drawing will be conducted on or about 01/06/2016 by a representative from the Sponsor whose decisions are final. Winners will be notified by email and/or mail and at the judges’ discretion, will be required to complete and return an email confirmation of prize acceptance and possibly a Affidavit of Eligibility and Liability and a Publicity Release (“Affidavit/Release”) within 7 days of notification, or an alternate winner will be selected.”

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Note that the prize cannot be redeemed for cash. And if you are a minor (depending on your region) but are eligible for the contest, the prize will be given under your parent or legal guardian’s name. Willing to participate? Hurry, because the contest will end in 4 days.

Also Read: Windows 10 Pro: Microsoft Offering Free Product Key To Upgrade; What’s The Catch?

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