Giveaway: Win A Netflix Subscription And DVD Prize Pack Featuring The Free Birds Cast
It's officially fall, and at least where I'm writing from it's wet and gloomy-- which makes it a perfect time of year for watching movies. If you're feeling bold you can head to theaters this weekend, but then again, your TV is right there, and in this brave new world there are thousands of movies just waiting for you as soon as you click that "Netflix" button on your remote.
And thanks to one of those new movies opening this weekend, the animated movie Free Birds, we're making it that much easier for you to bring movies right to you. One lucky winner will not only get a four-disc DVD prize pack showing off the talent behind Free Birds, but a three-month Netflix Streaming subscription-- so once you've watched all the DVDs, you'll have thousands of other options waiting for you. Here's a list of the four DVDs in the prize pack:
The Fantastic Mr. Fox (featuring Owen Wilson)
The Hunger Games (featuring Woody Harrelson)
Season One of Parks and Recreation (featuring Amy Poehler)
Horton Hears a Who! (directed by FREE BIRDS director Jimmy Hayward, also featuring Amy Poehler)
How do you enter? Just click on over to our Facebook page, "Like" it if you haven't already, and then leave a comment on this contest post. Tell us your favorite member of the Free Birds voice cast and we'll pick one winner and one grand prize winner at random. The contest ends at 12 am EST on Monday, November 4th. If you enter, please make sure we can contact you via Facebook. If you have it set to where we can't message you, your prize will go to somebody else.
The winner will be notified via Facebook direct message and asked to provide their mailing addresses (no P.O. boxes please, and addresses in the United States only). Prize packs will be mailed directly to the winner. No purchase necessary. Failure to comply with the rules will result in disqualification and subsequent mockery. Good luck!
For more on Free Birds, you can click here, or check out the trailer below. Or just go see it in theaters everywhere, starting today.
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