Win CES 2015 Swag

This year’s CES was totally different for me in a number of different ways. As I didn’t attend any of the press preview events nor did I actually make my way through the trade show floor, I didn’t return home with nearly as much swag as I normally do. Even so, I managed to grab a few great items that I want to give away to you, the loyal Beyond the Rhetoric reader.

And so, just as I did last year and many times before, I’m once again hosting a great CES giveaway here on the blog. This gives you a little taste of what it’s like to attend North America’s largest technology trade show as a member of the press even if you don’t make it out to Las Vegas in the middle of January. I’m generous like that, you see.

The Invaluable CES 2015 Swag Prize Package

Win CES 2015 Swag

So, what’s up for grabs?

  • CEA Drawstring Backpack
  • CES Reporter Notebook
  • Seagate T-Shirt
  • CES Asia Luggage Tag
  • Zotac ZBOX USB Flash Drive
  • Thermaltake Wristband USB Flash Drive
  • Aorus Compact USB Flash Drive
  • Seagate Foldable Cellphone Stand

To my knowledge, every item on this list is not for sale anywhere, so this contest could be your only way to get your hands on this tech-infused swag.

How to Enter the Giveaway

I’m going to keep things simple this year. You can enter the BTR CES 2015 swag giveaway in one of two ways.

1. Tweet the following message:

I just entered to win #CES2015 swag from @michaelkwan. You can enter too: #BTRCES2015

It’s important that you keep the link, mention and hashtags intact, as that’s how I will be able to track your entries. If you don’t have Twitter, you can opt for entry method number two.

2. Comment on this post with your favorite gadget from CES 2015.

The show covers just about everything and anything to do with consumer electronics, so there was definitely something there that would have tickled your fancy. Is it a new smartphone? A smarter car? A massive curved TV?

If you tweet and post a comment, then you qualify for two entries into the random draw.

Rules and Fine Print

The contest is open to anyone in North America with reasonable access to regular postal mail. International readers can enter too, but you’ll be responsible for the shipping cost.

I’ll be drawing a winner at random at the end of the month (January 31) and contacting this person shortly thereafter via Twitter or e-mail. You have 48 hours to respond with your shipping address before I draw someone else at random. All decisions are final.

Good luck!