Android Kitkat Contest : Win 1000 Nexus 7 Tablets

Android Kitkat Contest has hit the arena. Just as we were expecting such a contest from Google and Nestle jointly, here is the Android Kitkat Contest. While until today, Kitkat was just a tasty wafer based chocolate, Kitkat is now the next version of Android i.e. Android 4.4 to be precised. Not wasting more time, here are the details of contest:

  • Name of the Contest is Android KitKat Contest.
  • 1000 Lucky Winners will win the latest version of Google Nexus 7 Tab (2013).
  • 150,000 Winners will get $5 Credits on Google Play Store.
  • 20,000 would get a bag full of KitKat minis.

Android KitKat Contest Readers Must Read : Android Kitkat 4.4 : The Next Best Thing in Droid

Important : You can enter the contest without any purchase. You can request a free game code by using a 3″ by 5″ card. Give your Full Name, Address, City, State, ZIP Code, Date of Birth and Email Address.

The Address to send it is : Android / KIT KAT® Instant Win Game Code Request, P.O. Box 760023, El Paso, TX 88576-0023.

Ensure that the Game Code Requests are post-dated to January 31, 2014 and receivable by February 7, 2014. You can only request 1 free Game Code per post.

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Hershey’s is the officials which are hosting this contest. To enter into it, you need to buy a KitKat with the Android mascot on the wrapper. You will get a code inside wrapper. Then, you need to enter the code on Hersheys Site. And, you can win the Tab easily. Remember, you can win it by eating a KitKat and even without eating one. You can have a look at the official Android KitKat Contest page from Hershey. So what are you waiting for! Grab your tab in Android KitKat contest now.

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