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Competition: Win a copy of Battlefield 3 Limited Edition

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The big releases are coming thick and fast, and it doesn’t get much bigger than Battlefield 3! EA and DICE’s fantastic looking FPS is out next week on Playstation 3, XBox 360 and PC and to celebrate we’re giving away a copy of the Limited Edition on the format of the winners choice!

In order to win all you need to do is follow @shoptonet on twitter and retweet our competition message that contains the #ShopToNetBattlefield3 hash tag!

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Don’t worry if you’re already following @shoptonet, you’re half way there and just need to RT to enter.

Get tweeting and we’ll select a random winner at 4pm on Tuesday. Good luck!

- CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY OF BATTLEFIELD 3 – STANDARD, LIMITED EDITION AND CONSOLE BUNDLES AVAILABLE - Available on Playstation 3, XBox 360 & PC.

Terms & Conditions

Competition closes Tuesday 25th October 2011 at 4pm. The winner of this competition will be picked at random. You must follow @shoptonet on Twitter and retweet our competition message featuring the #ShopToNetBattlefield3 hash tag to enter. There is no limit to the number of times you may retweet but you must be following @shoptonet for the duration of the competition. The winner will be announced the same day the competition closes and the winner contacted via Twitter to arrange shipping of their prize. If you do not already have a ShopTo.net account you will need to create one in order for us to ship your prize if the selected winner. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Entrants under 18 years of age must seek permission from a parent or guardian before entering the competition. The prize consists of: One copy of Battlefield 3 Limited Edition on the format of the winners choice (Playstation 3, XBox 360, PC) There is no cash or prize alternative and the prize is non-transferable.


Edited On 20 Oct, 2011

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