Well we have wrapped up another contest here at Windows Central. This time around we gave one of you a new Lumia 950 — let's all congratulate Ariel L on winning that phone! This week we're giving away a Surface Pro 4 to a lucky Windows Central reader! There are several ways for you to enter to win this tablet, so keep reading for all the details!
One winner will receive a brand new Surface Pro 4!
There are several ways to enter using the widget below — completing every one of them will maximize your chances of winning!
Normal contest rules apply here. One entry per method per person, and entries will be verified — so don't enter if you're not actually completing the required actions. This one's open to everyone, everywhere such contests are legal.
In the event the winner resides outside of the US the prize may be subject to customs fees during shipping, which is the responsibility of the winner. (You know how these things go.) The contest ends on August 31st. We'll announce the winner right here shortly after the closing date.
That's it! Good luck, everyone!
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