U.S. Army Sniper School Play & Win Sweepstakes

ilmdismount20mattedhires.jpgHalo 3 fans have an opportunity to score swag doing what they enjoy most. The U.S. Army Sniper School is offering a Play & Win Sweepstakes where gamers can win one of thousands of prizes. The Grand prize of a limited-edition framed Halo 3 print. Limited Edition Giclee Print “Dismount” on Paper by Acme Archives Limited includes a gamertag. There are only 150 of them and the grand prize winner will receive special attention.

Just register your gamertag before midnight ET on January 25, and then play in an online multiplayer match between 12:01 A.M. Eastern Time (ET) on January 19, 2008, and 11:59 P.M. ET on January 25, 2008 to enter. You’ll score a new sweepstakes entry for every day you play during the entry period.

One (1) Grand Prize:

  • Limited Edition, framed piece of Halo 3 Artwork with commemorative Sniper School plaque and certificate of authenticity

One thousand two hundred fifty (1,250) Daily Prize Winners:

  • 800 Microsoft Points

Check out all the details on Xbox.com.

 

This is a very interesting way of looking for recruits. Players might have the interest in military, but playing Halo is nothing like shooting.

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4 Comments on U.S. Army Sniper School Play & Win Sweepstakes

somewhat

On January 7, 2008 at 6:46 pm

Pretty decent loot for an online contest. Odds are pretty good too if you look at the amount of players.

Dillon

On January 7, 2008 at 11:28 pm

how many ppl can there be on each team (max ppl on 1 team)???

Richard Christian

On January 8, 2008 at 11:03 am

I hope I win

Postal Dude77

On January 8, 2008 at 8:47 pm

All you have to do is play a online match each day to get an entry? Well 1250 winners out of the 400,000-500,000 that play halo3 each day, sounds like you have to be pretty damn lucky to even win the 10 bucks worth of Microsoft points.