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Kingston's Currys Deal Brings Competition & £2,500 Prize

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Kingston's Currys Deal Brings Chance to Win £2,500

Fancy some extra holiday money?

If you're feeling the pinch (and let's be honest, who isn't?) then this competition we've spotted from Kingston could be worth a gander. Simply answer the beyond easy question:

Which of the following does Kingston Technology manufacture?

  • Satellite Navigation

  • Photo and Video Memory Cards

  • LCD Televisions
...and hefty £2,500 of Thomas Cook travel vouchers could be yours (hint: check the story category on the top of our site). Not a bad prize considering the manner in which the heavens opened across the UK yesterday. One note of caution: contestants do need to be 18 or older.

The quiz is in celebration of Kingston Technology Photo and Video Memory cards landing in Currys Store (erm, see what I just did there?) and naturally is being pushed with a holiday theme. Kingston also recently made international headlines following two growth spurts in the USB drive sector that saw it produce the first 128GB model quickly followed by the even more monstrous 256GB DataTraveler 300.

With the bargain-tastic Kingston SSDNowV and SSDNowV+ performance line of solid state drives also launching I suspect we'll be seeing a lot more soon from the Satellite Navigation and LCD Television (*cough*) maker...

Link:

Kingston Competition

Ryan131

September 16, 2009, 8:33 pm

Hang on...





Are these the worthless travel vouchers that you need to spend a small fortune to even be able to use?

ilovethemonkeyhead

September 16, 2009, 9:29 pm

stuff the holiday, i want to be the owner of that red mini cooper in the link :)

Gordon394

September 17, 2009, 1:49 am

@Ryan - I don't believe so.

Sukanta

September 17, 2009, 1:47 pm

@Gordon.. ya.. its for UK resident only.. Check the 3rd claw...

Gordon394

September 17, 2009, 7:56 pm

@Sukanta - I was referring to Ryan's question - not the UK only part ;)

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