Enter To Win Your Chance At An Amazon Entertainment Package Valued At More Than $5,000

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How does an entertainment package valued at more than $5,000 sound? Who are we kidding? It sounds pretty darn good. And it all could be yours with your entry in the Amazing Amazon Smart Entertainment Giveaway.

You’ll get one free entry into the drawing which could net you some of the latest and best pieces of equipment in the entertainment and electronics arena. You’ll win everything from a 50-inch television to streaming media players to video doorbells to cameras and more, including a $1,000 Amazon gift card to finish off your package with something particular that you want.

Turn your wish list into reality with this giveaway. So what exactly will you get?

Let’s start with your home security. You’ll get a Ring Video Doorbell Elite, as well as a four-pack of Ring spotlight cameras. These items are valued at $1,028.

Next, you’ll get some home assistance, with an Echo Studio, Echo Dot, and two Echo Shows, valued together at $358.

Moving on to screen entertainment, you’ll take home a 50-inch Toshiba Smart 4K UHD television, two Fire HD 8 Tablets, and two Fire 7 Kids Tablets, a package valued at a little more than $800. For the book lover in you, you’ll get a Kindle Paperwhite and a five-year membership to Audible, the premier source for online books.

You’ll also get that $1,000 Amazon gift card and a five-year subscription to Amazon Prime, giving you access to cheaper and faster shipping on purchases, as well as the Amazon Prime streaming service and more. In total, the entire package is worth $5,067.

There are many ways to enter, with your chances of winning increase with the more you pay. You can get the one free entry, or you can purchase 100 entries for $10, 250 entries for $25, 1,000 entries for $50, 1,500 entries for $75, 2,500 entries for $100, or 4,500 entries for $150.

Prices subject to change.


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