Free XBOX One Contest Rules

HOW TO PARTICIPATE AND WIN PRIZES

Registration:

Participating in this contest is simple.  To enter the contest, register using either your Facebook account, Google account, or your email address at http://www.freexboxone.org/enter-to-win-an-xbox-one/.

Prizes:

The grand prize is (1) XBOX One console.  Other prizes include (2) 12 MONTH XBOX LIVE GOLD MEMBERSHIP, and (3) $50.00 AMAZON GIFT CARD.  Contestants are eligible to win prizes in each classification of the prize pool.  In order to be eligible for the XBOX One console, a contestant must have earned at least 5000 points.  The XBOX LIVE GOLD MEMBERSHIP prize requires at least 3000 points, and the AMAZON GIFT CARD requires at least 1500 points.

Earning Points is Quick and Easy:

Contestants earn points in various ways detailed as follows:

One (1) point for anyone who clicks on your personal contestant link.  Anytime a unique visitor clicks on a contestant’s link one (1) point will be earned for the contestant.  Contestants are encouraged to place their unique link in forums either in posts or in signatures, when posting blogs or commenting on blog posts, when uploading content to YouTube.  The more places contestants are able to place their link, the quicker and easier they will generate points from visitors clicking on the links.  Contestants can earn a maximum of one hundred (100) points per day by having others click their unique link.

Fifty (50) points for each person who signs up through a contestants unique link.  For every person who signs up based on a unique contestant link, the contestant will earn fifty (50) points.  This option has a limit of 20 referral signups per day for a maximum daily earning of 1000 points.

Ten (10) points just for entering the contest!  Doing nothing further than entering the contest will automatically earn you ten (10) points!

Ten (10) points for every comment you make on any of this website’s blog posts.  Each comment a contestant leaves will earn ten (10) points up to a maximum of 100 points per day.  Contestant comments must be relevant to the topic at hand and must not be spam related.

Ten (10) points for every tweet a contestant makes either mentioning http://www.freexboxone.org/ or @free_xbox_one.  Contestants must link their Twitter account on the contest page once registered in order for the points to be accumulated.  We scan Twitter every day to look for posts and points will be awarded once the tweets are found.  If our automatically generated Tweet is used, the contestants unique contest link is automatically inserted into the message.  This is a huge bonus as not only do you earn points for tweeting, you get points for each person who clicks the link and additional points for people who join under the link.  Each tweet will earn ten (10) points, with a daily maximum of 100 points.

One Hundred (100) points for liking our Facebook page.  Contestants are able to quickly earn One Hundred (100) points just by clicking Like on our Facebook page.  Contestants must link their Facebook account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

One Hundred (100) points for authorizing the ContestBurner Facebook Application.  Just authorize the application and you will earn One Hundred (100) points!

Ten (10) points for every Facebook post using our Facebook Comment Widget listed on the Contest Page and also below this line.  Contestants will earn ten (10) points for each Facebook comment posted using the tool below with a maximum of One Hundred (100) points per day.  Contestants must link their Facebook account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

Ten (10) points for every post to Facebook which includes a link pointing back to http://www.freexboxone.org/.  Contestants can earn up to a maximum of One Hundred (100) points per day just by posting a link to http://www.freexboxone.org/ anywhere on Facebook.  The link can also be the contestant’s unique contest link detailed on the contest page once a contestant is registered.  Contestants must link their Facebook account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

Twenty Five (25) points for tagging our Facebook page in images that contestants upload to Facebook.  For every image that includes a tag for Free XBOX One a contestant will earn twenty five (25) points, with a daily maximum of One Hundred (100) points.  Contestants must link their Facebook account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

One Hundred (100) points for every video a contestant uploads to YouTube promoting this website.  The posted video must contain the domain name of this site (http://www.freexboxone.org/ to receive credit.  Contestants can earn up to One Thousand (1000) points per day by uploading eligible videos to YouTube.  Contestants must link their YouTube account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.  Please ensure that your videos abide by YouTube Terms of Service or you risk them being removed and potentially being disqualified from the contest.

Ten (10) points for commenting on videos that we upload to YouTube and provide links to on the contest page viewable to all registered contestants.  Contestants will earn ten (10) points for every comment they make to an eligible video with a daily maximum of one hundred (100) points.  Contestants must link their YouTube account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

One Hundred (100) points for every video response a contestant uploads to YouTube responding to the eligible videos listed on the contest page.  Contestants can earn up to five hundred (500) points per day by uploading video responses to our eligible videos on YouTube.  Contestants must link their YouTube account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

One Hundred (100) points for subscribing to our YouTube Channel.  Contestants must link their YouTube account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

Ten (10) points for every pin a contestant creates on Pinterest.  Contestants will earn ten (10) points each time they pin this contest with a daily maximum of One Hundred (100) points.  Contestants must link their Pinterest account on the contest page to be eligible for these points.

 Nullification

 The following actions can lead to disqualification:

1) Paid Traffic:  Contestants are not allowed to use paid traffic services to send visitors to a unique contest link to earn points.

2) SPAM:  Contestants are free to mail their link to friends and family but are not welcome to SPAM their unique contest link to individuals or businesses in which the contestant does not know people first hand.  We also do not condone spamming of websites with unique contest links in an effort to obtain points.

3) Linking to adult/gambling/pharmaceutical websites:  Contestants are not permitted to place their unique contest link on questionable websites such as adult, gambling or pharmaceutical.  If a website has questionable content and is not one of the types of sites listed, it is in the contestants best interest not to place their link on the site.

4) Uploading content to social media sites which violate the Terms of Service of that site.  If content is removed from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, etc., in which you earned points for the contest you may be disqualified.  We periodically check accounts of users with points who are eligible for prizes and confirm the points earned are valid.  If one or two items are removed due to issues, do not worry about your account being disqualified; however, if a majority of your content is violating the TOS of a site hosting it your contest account may be disqualified.

5) Entering the contest with multiple accounts.  Each person may only enter the contest with a single account.  If we catch anyone entering the contest with multiple accounts, all of the accounts will be removed from the contest.  We utilize advanced tracking and analytic software which is able to notify us of users attempting to use multiple accounts.  Play fair or do not bother entering this contest.

Contest Winners

This contest will run until February 28, 2014.  Contest winners will be randomly drawn on March 1, 2013.  Contest winners will be displayed on the website and will be contacted by the staff of this website.  Each contestant is eligible to win a single prize from each of the prize categories so long as they reach the number of points needed to qualify for each prize.  Contestants who qualify for the grand prize are automatically eligible for the other prizes.

 

122 thoughts on “Free XBOX One Contest Rules

  1. that the Xbox was seriously lacking the ‘quality gaming titles’ department?

    it was my first console and i chose it over a Ps2.

    I type of wanted I hadn’t splashed out on an Xbox since many of the games were sub-par as compared to the vast variety of gaming titles that were available for the PS2.

    There were exceptions to the rule, i indicate I enjoyed ‘Hunter 2: The reckoning’ (was that its name?) and Halo. Various other games were not addictive or enticing enough for me, I suggest I discovered them to be a little bit mundane and lacking in the ‘longetivity’ department.

    Blinx the timesweeper cat – cute to take a look at, however the video camera angles were fustrating and made the currently poor dificult settings even worse.

    Then there was that outstanding racing vehicle game called Wreckless – extremely beautiful to take a look at, an interesting game to play – however certainly wasn’t fulfilling enough to want to return to it.

    DOA 3 was the finest beat-em-up I ever used any system – absolutely gorgeous, breathaking steps and really enjoyable to play, however likewise got a bit boring after a while.

    I’m wondering if PS2 fans/owners who avoided from the xbox – have no remorse of having actually played games on the xbox, and whether its us xbox owners who feel we had the inferior console with the crappiest games.

    however do you people remember the B/S hype surrounding the Xbox at that time ???

    i simply can’t believe that Microsoft had us beliving in their xbox – when it didn’t even come close to contending with the PS2 in the gaming location.

    bottom line is – I felt that the Xbox was pwnd by the PS2, convincingly in reality.

    its a no contest – however I have actually seen adequate video gaming video footage from the 360 to recommend, Microsoft found out from their past errors etc and have a console that can go ‘toe-2-toe’ with the PS3.

    or am I again – beieving the ‘hype’ and ‘b/s’ concerning the 360?

    is the 360 well supported with PLENTY of great gaming titles that exploit its monsterous power?

    or is the PS3 beating it to the punch as the # 1 gaming console to have in your living/bed room?

  2. that the Xbox was seriously doing not have the ‘quality gaming titles’ division?

    it was my very first console and i chose it over a Ps2.

    I sort of wished I had not splashed out on an Xbox due to the fact that the majority of the games were average compared with the substantial range of video gaming titles that were readily available for the PS2.

    There were exceptions to the rule, i suggest I liked ‘Hunter 2: The reckoning’ (was that its name?) and Halo. Other games were not addicting or appealing enough for me, I imply I found them to be a bit ordinary and doing not have in the ‘longetivity’ department.

    Blinx the timesweeper cat – cute to look at, but the cam angles were fustrating and made the currently inadequate dificult settings even worse.

    Then there was that excellent racing vehicle game called Wreckless – extremely gorgeous to look at, an interesting game to play – however certainly wasn’t gratifying enough to wish to return to it.

    DOA 3 was the finest beat-em-up I ever played on any system – absolutely stunning, breathaking moves and extremely enjoyable to play, but also got a bit dull after a while.

    I’m questioning if PS2 fans/owners who avoided from the xbox – have no remorse of having played games on the xbox, and whether its us xbox owners who feel we had the inferior console with the crappiest games.

    however do you people bear in mind the B/S hype surrounding the Xbox at that time ???

    i simply can’t think that Microsoft had us beliving in their xbox – when it didn’t even come close to contending with the PS2 in the video gaming area.

    bottom line is – I felt that the Xbox was pwnd by the PS2, convincingly in truth.

    its a no contest – however I have actually seen adequate video gaming footage from the 360 to recommend, Microsoft discovered from their past mistakes etc and have a console that can go ‘toe-2-toe’ with the PS3.

    or am I once more – beieving the ‘buzz’ and ‘b/s’ relating to the 360?

    is the 360 well supported with PLENTY of good gaming titles that exploit its monsterous power?

    or is the PS3 beating it to the punch as the # 1 video gaming console to have in your living/bed space?

  3. that the Xbox was seriously doing not have the ‘quality video gaming titles’ division?

    it was my very first console and i picked it over a Ps2.

    I kind of wished I had not splashed out on an Xbox since many of the games were sub-par as compared to the large selection of video gaming titles that were offered for the PS2.

    There were exceptions to the policy, i suggest I enjoyed ‘Hunter 2: The reckoning’ (was that its name?) and Halo. Other games were not addicting or enticing enough for me, I suggest I discovered them to be a little bit ordinary and lacking in the ‘longetivity’ department.

    Blinx the timesweeper feline – adorable to take a look at, but the camera angles were fustrating and made the currently bad dificult settings worse.

    Then there was that remarkable racing vehicle game called Wreckless – really gorgeous to take a look at, an intriguing game to play – but certainly wasn’t fulfilling enough to desire to return to it.

    DOA 3 was the finest beat-em-up I ever used any system – definitely gorgeous, breathaking steps and extremely enjoyable to play, but likewise got a little bit boring after a while.

    I’m wondering if PS2 fans/owners who avoided from the xbox – have no remorse of having played games on the xbox, and whether its us xbox owners who feel we had the inferior console with the crappiest games.

    however do you individuals remember the B/S hype surrounding the Xbox at that time ???

    i simply cannot believe that Microsoft had us beliving in their xbox – when it didn’t even come close to taking on the PS2 in the gaming area.

    bottom line is – I felt that the Xbox was pwnd by the PS2, convincingly in truth.

    its a no contest – but I have seen adequate video gaming footage from the 360 to suggest, Microsoft picked up from their previous mistakes etc and have a console that can go ‘toe-2-toe’ with the PS3.

    or am I again – beieving the ‘buzz’ and ‘b/s’ regarding the 360?

    is the 360 well supported with LOTS OF great video gaming titles that exploit its monsterous power?

    or is the PS3 beating it to the punch as the # 1 video gaming console to have in your living/bed room?

  4. My favorite kind of games are RPG and simulation. My preferred games include Sims 3 (COMPUTER), My Sims (wii & DS), Fable 2 & 3 (360), Animal Crossing (gamecube, wii, & DS), and Harvest Moon (gamecube, wii, & DS). The stations I have are COMPUTER, Xbox 360, Playstation 2, DS, Gamecube, and Wii. If anybody knows any games that are comparable, please name some! I’m looking for something brand-new:) Thanks!

  5. my name is rashad lindsey and i want to win an xbox one for my whole family to play with and i’m tired of people saying , HA HA HA HA U CAN NOT GET AN XBOX ONE AND U NEVER WILL, so please i want to win one so i can show them i have one.
    I’M MAKING A’S AND B’S AND ONE C SO PLEASE LET ME WIN AND I WILL BE SO HAPPY.

  6. I LIKE GAMES LIKE CALL OF DUTY GOUST AND MW3 AND RACING GAMES AND OTHER GAMES TO AND MY PHONE NUMBER IS(336) 473-9883 AND WORK PHONE NUMBER IS (336)-722-5502 (336)722-5503

  7. my parents really want me to have this but cant afford it so this would be nice for them and me to save their money plzz thanks

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