Help Nokia save Christmas by completing challenges in the Pimp My Reindeer contest

Nokia has kicked off its Pimp My Reindeer contest, which was teased a few days ago. Starting on December 10th, the contest will run through December 23rd, offering consumers the chance to win some neat prizes. Head on past the break to see how you can get involved and what prizes are available.

So how does one play the game and be in with the chance of bagging some prizes? Simply complete a challenge and earn an accessory. Before doing so, you're required to enter your name, email address and accept the terms and conditions as well as the privacy policy. After that, you're good to go. It's worth noting that this contest is hosted over on Facebook.

There are 10 accessories up for grabs and by playing certain challenges, you'll be able to win some Nokia smartphones. Earn all 10 accessories and your name is put down for the grand prize - a trip for two to Thailand. It's that simple.

To enter the individual challenge contests for Holly-wood Film Academy, Hoof Am I?, Radio Reindeer, and Finding Rudolph, you're required to have successfully completed the individual challenges. To enter the Invite Friends - Grillz Accessory giveaway, you must invite at least one friend to the contest through Facebook.

Here are the prizes (one per winner):

Holly-wood Film Academy

  • 2x Lumia 2520

Hoof Am I?

  • 1x Lumia 2520
  • 1x Lumia 1520
  • 1x 1020
  • 1x 925

Radio Reindeer

  • 3x Lumia 1020 and a year's subscription to Nokia MixRadio


  • 5x Lumia 925 and their sweater design custom-knitted

Finding Rudolph

  • 2x Lumia 1020

Invite Friends – Grillz Accessory

  • 2x Lumia 1520

Grand Prize

  • 7 night trip for two to Thailand, including flights, accommodation and spending money. Total prize value up to €5,000.

Head on over to Facebook for more information on the festive contest. Good luck and we hope you're able to bag some goodies.

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.