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GTA IV Contest Could Net You $10,000

TylerColfax
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Posted March 26, 2008 - By TylerColfax


You can text your way into a trip to New York and the chance to win $10,000. GameStop is running a promotion on their web site that allows everyone to guess where Niko left his lock box in Liberty City. If you can text the right answer to GameStop, and you're one of four names that they draw from the pool of winners, you get a trip to New York (Liberty) City, plus hotel for two nights, two GTA gift bags, and $250 in spending cash.

You're also given a key which might open Nico's lock box at the launch party on April 28 which contains 38 envelopes. All of them contain money but only 1 envelope has the $10,000. In addition, there will be red keychains placed in GameStop stores in New York City that might also open the lock box. Then on the 28th, everyone will have the chance top open the box.

Or if you don't want to text them, you can enter all of your info online and get entered that way. Or, if you're in New York, scour the GameStop stores in your area and find one of these keychains.

The silly thing is that there's no way to know which one it's in. They're calling it a trivia question but it's more like a blind guess. Still, couldn't hurt to enter.

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