Subway Giving Away 200 Copies of Infamous 2 and PlayStation Move Heroes

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Beginning next week as part of a Footlong Nation Appreciation promotion, Subway, in partnership with Sony, will be giving away 200 early copies each of upcoming PS3 titles Infamous 2 and PlayStation Move Heroes, among many other prizes listed here, including things like gift cards, XMB themes, DLC packs, a PS3 bundle and a Sony BRAVIA 3D TV. Oh, and free footlongs for life!

For the two games specifically, they will be up for grabs in a two-part ‘Fresh Frenzy’ Twitter giveaway. Throughout next week, Subway (@subwayfreshbuzz) will be tweeting between 11 AM and 3 PM EST on a randomly selected day, and a tweet during that time will contain a #FreshFrenzy link. The first 200 followers to click that link and register their email will score an early copy of PlayStation Move Heroes. Then during the week of March 28th, the same process will be followed in handing out 200 copies of Infamous 2.

As for those other prizes, Subway is giving out contest codes in a variety of ways. Codes can be found on specially marked 32 oz. drink cups and bags of Doritos Pizza Supreme chips order from Subway restaurants, and Subway will also be tweeting out codes on a weekly basis and Facebooking codes on a bi-weekly basis. Once you have a code, go to nation.subwayfreshbuzz.com, fill out the entry form, enter your code, and explore the Footlong Nation webpage. Each code gives you three chances to win instantly or enter the raffle.

You can get a head start right now, too! Subway has provided us with a unique entry code just for VGBlogger readers. The code has unlimited uses, but can only be entered once per person. And the code is… X3TNYFBK

Now go enter, and don’t forget to watch for those #FreshFrenzy tweets!

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