Monty Python's Spamalot Grail Giveaway Reminder: Entries Due by April 30, 2007
Find Twelve Hidden Grails, Win Fabulous Prizes!
Paizo Publishing has partnered with the smash hit Broadway musical Monty Python's Spamalot to give away Python-themed prize packs to readers of Dragon, Dungeon, and customers of Paizo Publishing's e-commerce site, paizo.com. Prizes include Monty Python DVDs, CDs, t-shirts, empty halves of coconuts, and a variety of Spamalot gift items sold at the show on Broadway. Prize packs will be given at random to fifty of the entrants.
Twelve grails have been hidden in three locations: five grails in April Dungeon (#145), five grails in April Dragon (#354), and two grails on paizo.com. Examples of what the grail looks like can be found on page 10 in Dungeon #145, page 11 in Dragon #354 and online at paizo.com/grailgiveaway. Please note that the grails listed in those locations are not hidden, and will not count as one of the twelve locations.
Legibly note the locations of all twelve grails in either an email or postcard. Emailed entries should be sent to email@example.com with the subject line "Grail Giveaway" and postcards should be mailed to [This promotion has ended. For our updated contact information, please see our contact page.] No purchase necessary to enter. Void where prohibited. All entries must be received by April 30, 2007.
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