Win a DJI Phantom 2 Drone or a Wii U & Super Smash Bros. from Pocketnow Deals
Take Flight With a DJI Phantom 2 Drone Giveaway
As the popularity of lightweight remote control aircraft skyrockets, we’re helping you get in on the drone rush with a DJI Phantom 2 Drone Giveaway, bringing the winner an insane savings of $679! Among the best consumer drones on the market, flight with the DJI Phantom 2 is smooth and simple. An integrated flight dynamics system called the Naza-M makes great flight performance a cinch, while GPS multi-rotor autopilot capability lets you focus on getting the shot you want.
Enter our Phantom 2 Giveaway for your chance to win a DJI Phantom 2 Drone for free.
To enter our Phantom 2 Drone Giveaway, just create an account and click Enter Now on the offer page. Stack the odds in your favor by sharing on Twitter for additional entries – and when your friends and followers enter via your custom referral link, you receive even more entries!
Make Competition Fun Again With Our Wii U + Super Smash Bros Giveaway
Cornering the market on fun in the gaming console wars, Nintendo brings classic family enjoyment into the future with the Wii U. With updated editions of classics like Mario Kart, Zelda and more, gamers old and young can enjoy the legacy of legendary titles while exploring new realms of gaming excitement. When it’s time to unwind and blow of some steam, there’s little that can top the latest update on the Super Smash Bros franchise. That’s why we’re hooking you up with a Wii U + a copy of the new Smash Bros game at Pocketnow, as well as two extra controllers for full-on competition! That’s $460 in savings, and countless hours in smashin’ good times!
To enter our Wii U + Super Smash Bros sweepstakes, just visit the offer page and submit your email address for a chance to win. You can share on Twitter for additional entries, and when your friends and followers enter via your custom referral link, you receive even more entries!
Ready to start smashin’? Let’s do it – Enter Here. But be warned – button mashing isn’t as effective as it was on the old consoles.