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CNET Crave Crowd Control Sweepstakes (Twitter) - 06/27/16

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Entering the Sweepstakes. To enter this Sweepstakes, if not already a Registered User, register to the Twitter Service, go to http://www.cnet.com/news/take-our...-control-q... take the quiz associated with the Sweepstakes, click on the Twitter icon, tweet and share your score, including the hashtag #CrowdSciFi, and you will receive an entry into the Sweepstakes. Participants that get a score of 7 or higher on the quiz will be entered into the grand prize drawing (as defined below). Participants that receive a score of 6 or lower on the quiz will be entered to win the first Prize (as defined below). Limit one entry per person. Users submitting more than one entry will be disqualified. User information will be verified through a validated Twitter account.

Prizes. One grand prize winner and one first prize winner (collectively, the "Winners") will be awarded a prize (each a "Prize").
The grand prize (the "Grand Prize") consists of one (1) Bebop drone and Skycontroller. The approximate retail value ("ARV") of the Grand Prize is Five Hundred Dollars (US$500.00).
The first prize (the "First Prize") consists of one (1) LifeCard portable power card to power iPhone or Android devices. The ARV of the First Prize is Fifty Dollars (US$50.00).
Total ARV of all prizes to be awarded in this Sweepstakes is Five Hundred Fifty Dollars (US$550.00).

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