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Rossignol Play With Power Sweepstakes (12/21/15)

RicheemXX 671 1,435 November 12, 2015 at 06:52 PM in Contests (3)

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Fill the Rossignol Power Gauge for your chance to win several great prizes from Rossignol including ski hats, googles and a pair of new skis!

Note entries appear to open daily at 12am according to the timer on the site now

To Play: Click on the red "Power" button as quickly as possible to fill in the gauge common to all players as much as you can and increase your personal score

PRIZES: 10 registered participants with the best cumulative personal score during the entire contest period will each receive a pair of PURSUIT 400 skis (if the winner is male) or a pair of UNIQUE 6 skis (if the winner is female).

Each day, the first properly registered participant who fills in the common gauge completely will win a Rossignol hat or goggles.

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NOT feeling this seems like a good way to damage my mouse... Mad
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Did you know people have won over $30,000 in prizes from sweeps I've directly posted? If you have the time to do so, please give back by posting sweepstakes you see. This site is largely community driven. We are grateful for the volunteer work of others. heart
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NOT feeling this seems like a good way to damage my mouse... Mad
Yeah sort of a weird entry method and I'm not sure how long the entry window is open, I've actually missed it both days Frown Figured I'd pass it along though just in case anyone wanted to try it out.
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This contest was so full of fraud, as in cheating, it was sickening because the providers didn't manage it. Top 10 players have in excess of 20 MILLION clicks per player and likely were running multiple accounts with multiple machines because there was no cheat checking. Using software hacks like FastClick they were able to submit upwards of 50 clicks per second and higher and nobody at Rossignol (or the promo provider) found that fraudulent? WTH!?

I'd complain but they had no contact form or method.
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