Congrats to Sean Smith, winner of our 9th Day of Geekmas prize pack. That bad boy included a can of Crazy Aaron’s Putty, a Raven controller from Nyko, a copy of Dance Dance Revolution from Konami and a 160GB PS3 and copy of ModNation Racers compliments of SCE San Diego Studio. What could you win today?
Why today we have another tin of Aaron’s Putty and a Hoth play set from LEGO‘s famed Star Wars line. Also up for grabs is a phenomenal selection of cases from our friends at Element. Today’s winner snags a Satin Nickel Joule iPad stand with a zippered carrying case, a Vapor 007 case from their Extreme Metals line, a Formula 3-part case and a lightweight and super stylish Ion case. No matter what your iOS device of choice, Element Case has you covered. Literally.
In today’s GeekDad HipTrax Stocking Stuffer Ken and I enumerate the importance of practicing safe text. (I made an iPhone case-related funny!) We also spread the gospel of MapHook, our proud sponsor and the nerd world’s preeminent location based social network. On the musical tip you’ll hear Kirby Krackle‘s “Vigilante Christmas.” It’s our most violent holiday track yet! And don’t forget to listen out for the secret code word – you’ll need it to enter the random drawing. (Our hearing-impaired friends can find said code word in the podcast file metadata.) Enter that word and your personal information into the form below before 11:59 PM EST tonight to qualify.
Subscribe to the GeekDad podcast in iTunes (see the button on the sidebar), or directly through the RSS feed. You can also download GeekDad HipTrax Stocking Stuffer #10 via this link, or simply listen in the embedded player below.
Our “12 Days of Geekmas Theme” was created by John Anealio. When he comes down the chimney you better beware!
Open to North American residents only.
One entry per physical address.
Must be 18 or older to enter.
Winners will be chosen by random from a given day’s entries.
Winners will be notified via the email supplied at time of entry, and in the following day’s giveaway post.
Prizes are supplied by 3rd parties, and GeekDad.com cannot be held liable for items damaged or lost in shipping.