Reader Survey: Win A Bag of Awesome with Insert Coin Clothing

Reader Survey
Reader Survey: Win A Bag of Awesome with Insert Coin Clothing

Disappointed with your gift haul over the Christmas holidays?

Well games™ has partnered up with Insert Coin Clothing to give away a Bag Of Awesome worth over £100 to one lucky reader. Inside you’ll find a delectable selection of clothing items emblazoned with gaming iconography that will, without fail, transform your wardrobe from the doldrums of social conformity into the very definition of geek chic.

Insert Coin Clothing is the one- stop shop for all clothing gaming related, from a letterman jacket adorned with Hotline Miami ’s iconic imagery, to a fashionable flannel number inspired by The Last Of Us’ Joel – every item is designed with subtle influence for the fashion- conscious gaming advocate.

To be in with a chance at winning Insert Coin Clothing’s Bag Of Awesome, simply fill in the reader survey below. The competition closes 20 March 2014.

Rules:

This competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland. Imagine Publishing has the right to substitute the prize for a similar item of equal or higher value. Employees of Imagine Publishing (inc freelancers), their relatives, or any agents are not eligible to enter. The editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash. Full terms and conditions are available upon request. From time to time Imagine Publishing or its agents may send you related material or special offers. If you do not want to receive this state it clearly on your entry.

 

Reader Survey: Win A Bag of Awesome with Insert Coin Clothing

 

 

 



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  • Zero Geek

    You could do with checking a few of these questions, guys – if you select ‘No’ to ‘Do you play poker online’?, you can’t progress without giving answers to all the poker-related questions anyway, and on Q76 you can’t ‘select all’ when choosing how you watch films and TV :)

  • Rebecca

    Not a great survey – guy below covers reasons why! Will be hard to extrapolate data from some of those questions