Check out the Windows Store Haunted Hub for awesome deals and spin a web of frightful fun for everyone. Catch spooktacular flicks, play fiendishly fun games, chill to scary good tunes, and more! The deals are happening all month long, and you won't want to miss out on any of the bewitching entertainment! After you take a look at Microsoft's Haunted Hub come back here and enter to win your share of $1000 in Windows Store gift cards to spend on apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and more! Keep reading for details and to get entered!
THE RULES Entering is easy! Earn entries by using the widget below and you could win $25-$100 in Windows Store Gift cards. Maximize your chances of winning by coming back every day for more entries, and share with your friends so they can enter too!
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Due to sponsor restrictions and limitations on the gift cards, this giveaway is only open to residents of the US. The giveaway ends on October 31st. We'll announce the winners right here in the widget shortly after the closing date.
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