Look sharp. Win this Quiksilver jacket this week. All you have to do is subscribe to The Snow Gauge!
I’ll give you one good reason you have to subscribe to The Snow Gauge newsletter and win this super slick Quiksilver Raft jacket* this week.
I don’t have anything against the German supermarket chain. In fact I even wrote this story about them one time.
Sure, you go in to buy some bread and end up purchasing a marine safety kit and some traffic cones but that’s just part of the fun eh!
I think it’s great that you can get yourself some well-priced ski and snow kit (for one day a year or or until sold out) but ask yourself this: Do I really want to look like the 8,762 other people who have bought exactly the same thing when you get on the chairlift?
Ok, this video may not be Regional Express‘s new flight service to Cooma. In fact I must confess it isn’t. I have been down to Cooma with REX and they definitely wouldn’t let me tow behind the plane. Never mind the fact there wasn’t a foot of snow …
Be that as it may as part of The Snow Gauge’s 12 weeks of giveaways we do genuinely have a couple of return airfares to throw your way that will be valid for 12 months.
All you have to do is read on a little (and I mean a little, honestly), sign-up for The Snow Gauge Newsletter and read the next Monday’s newsletter (June 20) to see if you’ve won. It’s that simple – even a monoboarder could do it!
These prizes could be yours! Sign up to The Snow Gauge Newsletter to win.
To celebrate the Australian ski and snowboard season of 2016 we have some giveaways. Actually, we can do a little bit better than that for our loyal subscribers. How about a different giveaway every week during winter!
That’s right – starting June 13 (we just have to shake off the opening weekend party) we’ll go for 12 straight weeks with 12 different prizes!
And no, we are not talking sticker packs and a bum bag. How about airfares through Regional Express, gear from the likes of XTM, Giro, Sontimer, Avade and Quiksilver and stuff from Decathlon and Level Nine Sports? And that’s just a start …