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Enter Our Monthly Sweepstakes and Win a $100 Amazon.com Gift Card!

Amazon GiftcardImagine the amount of software you could buy for your children or school for $100! You could get all the great titles such as Reader Rabbit, Jumpstart or Kid Pix Deluxe. You could even buy fun software to download and play right away, such as Crazy Machines 2.

You can get them all for FREE if you enter our monthly kids' software giveaway!

To enter, go to our Facebook page, and click on the "Like" button. Then, click the "Sweepstakes" tab, and just follow the instructions.


The current sweepstakes ends April 30th, 2011. It is open worldwide, so whether you live in the United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, India or anywhere else on earth, you are eligible! . You must be at least 18 years old to participate.



Click here to visit our Facebook page and enter the sweepstakes




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Written September 2, 2010


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