Santa and his elves are back once again, and they've brought a sack full of prizes to give away. Have you been naughty or nice this year? Does Santa have a present for you, or will you find a box of coal under the tree? It's time to find out in Windows Central's Fa-la-la-liday contest!
The grand prize winner of this contest will get their choice of a Lumia 950 or Lumia 950 XL! We will also be giving 5 runners up a box full of Windows Central (and Windows!) goodies.
At the bottom of this post, you will see a widget with a ton of different ways you can enter. There's something for everyone, and each completed option gives you another shot at winning. The contest is open until the end of the year!
The contest is open worldwide and anyone can enter, but please remember that the prizes will be shipping from the US, and any customs fees or taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Also, the prize is just the phone, and all service is also the responsibility of the winner. Please be sure that the phone will work for you before entering, as we are not responsible for an alternate prize if it's not compatible with your carrier. Good luck everyone!
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