Win Mass Effect N7 Swag

Today may have just seemed like any other ordinary day to you but to some this is more than just your average day. Instead EA have marked today, the 7th of November, as N7Day in a celebration of everything Mass Effect. What better way to celebrate today than to give away a swag pack of N7 goodies?

In the swag pack we have:

  • N7 Logo Black Tee
  • N7 Ball Cap
  • N7 Tech Jacket
  • Normandy C.I.C. Messenger Bag
  • N7 Coffee Mug
  • 2 N7 Stickers
  • ME3 2013 Wall Calendar

So what do you have to do to be in with a chance of winning all of this swag?

Simply write a sentence in 7 words, all of which containing at least one letter “N”, describing how much you want to win the prize.

It’s that simple. Just 7 words, all of which must have a letter “n” somewhere in the word. The competition will close Sunday the 11th of November at 11:59 pm. A winner will then be chosen at random from the valid entries and contacted via the email address registered on their TSA account.

The competition is open to UK residents only, and as always our decisions are final and the standard terms and conditions apply.

Good luck!

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98 Comments

  1. Competition needing thinking, winning entry? Nope.

    • That’s 6 words mate. So I guess nope :-p

  2. Winning an online competition inspires personal happiness

  3. Winning means new garments now, nice one!

    *You have the closing date as 11th of October, think it should be November.

  4. Exhibiting excitement, one needs paragon November bounty.

  5. Amazing November competition win, brings amazing feelings.

  6. Neanderthal needs, means winning can now happen.

  7. Now this sentence has seven Ns in it you know

    • Whoops I didn’t read the instructions properly. What an idiot. Oh well.

  8. Never knew competitions needed unconditional perseverance training

  9. Need Need Need Need Need Need PooNaNNi (that’s welsh for N7 swag ;) )

  10. Seven “Enn” sounds don’t make coherent sense

    • Boo!! Let me try again
      Seven “Enn” sounds doesn’t constitute coherent sense

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