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Sony and Taco Bell team up to give away free PlayStation 4s

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Sep 2013 23:28 User comments (3)

Sony and Taco Bell team up to give away free PlayStation 4s Sony and Taco Bell have announced a new promotion in which gamers can receive free PS4s every 15 minutes from September 26th to November 10th.
The PS4 goes on sale on November 15th.

Says Sony: "You have six weeks to head over to your local Taco Bell for your chance to 'Play the Future First.' Taco Bell will mark their $5 Buck Boxes– which include a Crunchwrap, Crunchy Taco, Burrito Supreme and medium fountain drink – with a special code that you can text in for a chance to win a PS4 prize pack."

The prize pack includes the console, a copy of 'Knack,' and a one year PS Plus membership.

For more information, check here.

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3 user comments

125.9.2013 14:30

MMMmmmmm.....mmmmm.............Dorito Loco Playstation. Yummmz!

Seriously Sony.....of all the fast food chains.........you had to team up with the "Fast food franchise winner" from Demolition Man????

Grade F ground beef!

Filler in all their products.

Not a good association.

And.....................AND..............one must "text" it in?????? Ugh, nothing like signing up for text blasts/SPAM to enter a lame contest.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Sep 2013 @ 14:32

225.9.2013 14:51

Originally posted by hearme0:
one must "text" it in??????
Read the official rules or the FAQ. You can also enter online. A far better option as it looks like texting in an entry give them permission to spam text you on a regular basis.

Sadly for many (myself included) the contest is open to US residents only.

327.9.2013 17:26

Originally posted by hearme0:
Grade F ground beef!

Perhaps your city needs to pass laws that don't allow anything under Grade A. One of the surrounding suburbs has done that and it's the only Taco Bell I'll go to.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 27 Sep 2013 @ 17:26

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