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Article  •  13 May 2022

 

We’re giving away a one-of-a-kind Penguin bookcase

... and more (including $1000 cash and $500 worth of books)!

Calling all book-lovers, Penguin fans, and readers of all stripes: We’re giving away a one-of-a-kind Penguin bookcase, unavailable to the general public.

Cute, convenient, and emblematic of a love of reading, this adorable bookcase is the perfect place to store your favourite titles. And the best bit? Nobody else will have it.

Until now, this super-cute shelf has only been available to book retailers, but in a very exciting turn of events, we’re now offering one up to a very lucky winner.  

In exchange for telling us about your love of books, you can be entered to win:

  • the aforementioned, coveted Penguin bookcase
  • $1,000 cash to spend as you wish
  • $500 worth of books from your favourite bookstore

 

How to Enter

Ready to throw your hat in?

Entering to win this suite of fantastic prizes couldn’t be easier. Simply fill out this survey to tell us about your love of reading, and you’ll be entered to win.

The entire survey only takes 3-5 minutes to complete, with easy straightforward questions about reading. Even if you don’t win the grand prize, 10 runners-up will receive $50 cash.

The only stipulation is that you enter before 31 July 2022, 11:59PM AEST  to make sure your name is included in the draw.

Winners will be announced via email by 8 August 2022, so make sure to enter a valid email address and keep an eye on your inbox!

 

The Nitty-Gritty Details

  • Take the survey here
  • Entries close: 31 July 2022 at 11:59PM AEST
  • Winner announced: by 8 August, 2022 via email
  • First Prize:
    • $1000 AUD
    • $500 worth of books from your favourite bookstore
    • An exclusive penguin bookcase, unavailable to the general public
  • 10 Runners-Up:
    • $50 AUD
  • Terms and Conditions

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