CNet Contest for Canada – Win a Kodak Instant Camera or a Set of Tires

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CNet Contest for Canada 2020.

Kodak Smile Classic Giveaway Contest.

Enter for your chance to Win a Kodak Instant Print Digital Camera (5 winners)

PRIZES: The Sweepstakes will award five (5) grand prizes. Each Prize consists of:

  • one (1) Kodak Smile Classic Instant Digital Printer.

The approximate retail value of each Prize is $150 US.

To enter this contest, simply fill out the easy sweepstakes widget entry form at the link below. Participants may receive additional entries into the Sweepstakes by performing any or all of the different actions.

Good Luck.

Rules:

  • Single Entry (with daily bonus entries)
  • Open to US and Canada
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of Majority

Enter to Win this Sweepstakes Here

This CNet Contest ends on April 30, 2020


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CNet Contest for Canada 2020.

Roadshow New Tire Contest.

Enter for your chance to Win a New Set of Tires (2 winners)

PRIZES: The Sweepstakes will award two (2) grand prize(s). Each Prize consists of:

  • one (1) Tire Rack $599 Gift Certificate.

The approximate retail value of each Prize is $599 US.

To enter this contest, simply fill out the easy sweepstakes widget entry form at the link below. Participants may receive additional entries into the Sweepstakes by performing any or all of the different actions.

Good Luck.

Rules:

  • Single Entry (with daily bonus entries)
  • Open to US and Canada
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of Majority

Enter to Win this Sweepstakes Here

This CNet Contest ends on April 30, 2020

 

 

 

 

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