DEAL OF THE DAY
How much do you think your old phone is worth? Maybe, ONE MILLION DOLLARS?
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Gazelle, the nation’s leading consumer electronics trade-in site, is going to reward one lucky person $1 million! Yes, you read that right! ONE MILLION DOLLARS!
What would you do with $1 million? Pay off your student loans? Buy a new house? Take a sabbatical and travel the world? It’s a question that nearly every person has thought about at some point in their lives – now is the chance to make it happen. Today, Gazelle is launching its Become a Gazellionaire™ Sweepstakes where one lucky person will win $1 million!
Here are several ways you can register to enter the sweepstakes:
• Sell a device to Gazelle. In order to qualify for this entry option, consumers must complete their transaction with Gazelle.
• Enter through the Gazelle Facebook page.
• Additional entries can be earned by sharing with friends, either through Gazelle’s referral program or the Facebook page.
This contest begins TODAY on Monday, September 9, and all entries will be accepted through Tuesday, December 31, 2013. The winner will be announced on or around February 20, 2014.
Planning to Upgrade to the New iPhone?
Don’t forget, Gazelle is offering their extended price lock option through tomorrow, September 10th. Consumers who lock in their iPhone quote by 11:59 p.m. ET tomorrow will have until October 15 to send it in! Now you don’t have to worry about your trade in value going down the closer to the new iPhone release date we get because your offer will be locked in!
Visit Gazelle today to see what your iPhone or other device is worth, and trade it in for a chance to win $1 million!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. The Become a Gazellionaire Sweepstakes starts on 9/9/13 at 12 a.m. (midnight) ET and ends on 12/31/13 at 11:59:59 PM ET. Visit Gazelle.com/sweeps for Official Rules and complete details on how to register, entry instructions, including how to enter without a transaction, odds of winning, etc. Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., 18 years or older. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited or restricted by law. Sponsor: Gazelle, Inc.
What would you do with $1 million?