eStarland Rewards Customers With Free Power-Ups

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I’ve proclaimed my admiration for game retailer eStarland many times before, and today I’d like to take a moment to do it again.

This week, the DC-based game shop and online retailer has launched a new Power-Ups feature that rewards customers with weekly giveaways. All’s you have to do is sign in as a registered eStarland member, add the eStarland Power-Ups Free Giveaway item to your shopping cart and check out. By doing so you will be entered to win a special prize completely free of charge. I don’t think you have to buy anything with the Power-Ups to enter either — at least the page says no purchase is necessary, and I just placed an order to test it without any problems.

New giveaways will be offered every Wednesday, with winners to be randomly selected every Tuesday. Over 20 prizes are up for grabs this week alone, including BlazBlue: Continuum Shift for PS3 and Xbox 360, a Retro Gen Portable Sega Genesis System, a PS3 Dual SFX Evolution Wireless Controller by Split Fish and oh so much more. Those are some serious prizes!

So, if you aren’t an eStarland customer already, what in the hell are you waiting for!?

eStarland Power-Ups Free Giveaway [eStarland.com]

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