Win an FA 31mm Lens: 3 Million Post Giveaway
Enter just by making a post
By PF Staff in Giveaways and Events on Dec 4, 2014
Do you want to win a Pentax FA 31mm Limited lens, voted the best normal Pentax lens by our members? Well, you're in luck, because it is already time for the next Pentax Forums giveaway! To celebrate the upcoming 3,000,000 post milestone on our forum, we will be giving away a brand new copy of this lens to a lucky forum member. The winner will be drawn at random.
We're keeping this giveaway simple so that it is very easy to enter: all you need to do to qualify is post anywhere on the forum between now and the time we hit 3 million posts, which we expect to occur within the next two to three weeks. In case you are curious, the current post count is approximately 2,983,000, and we see a new post roughly once every minute.
As soon as you make a forum post— whether it be a new thread or a reply— you're automatically eligible for the raffle! Once the 3-millionth post is made, we will start a thread in our News & Rumors forum to which you will need to reply to finalize your entry. We'll also send out an e-mail to everyone in the giveaway at that time, and you will have 36 hours to confirm your entry in the raffle. Then, all that will remain is the announcement of the winner.
If you don't yet have a forum account, or if you haven't introduced yourself to the community, this is a fantastic opportunity to do so! Here are quick links to create a free account, post an introduction, or share a photo.
Good luck! We're looking forward to your help in reaching this big milestone for the largest Pentax site on the Internet.
Like all of our major giveaways, this one is of course open to members worldwide.
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