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5-05-2009 @ 12:34PM
I hope it's not some lame "GAMER COEZ!!!!" thing. Like, where you get points or something from buying the Mountain Dew that will let you get these battle bots ingame.
5-05-2009 @ 12:36PM
codez*Note that it's hip because they spell it with a "Z"
I hope not.Imagine having to drink 1000 bottles of this and not being able to sit down for a month.
5-05-2009 @ 12:37PM
I was just about to say that it was. I'm betting we'll have a website to put in bottle-cap codes. Then when we get enough, it'll give us a code to enter in-game for these, very similar to the WoW TCG codes.The worst part? I'll be first in line to get it.
5-05-2009 @ 1:04PM
Oh, I'm so down for this if that's the case. How cool would it have been if you got a custom orange colored spartan laser if you bought the Halo Mountain Dew? Pretty damn cool methinks.
5-05-2009 @ 1:12PM
Every other sweepstakes or competition out there has a "enter for free" method hidden somewhere in the fine print. I'm fairly certain that if they do a Code based reward system the method for entering for free will be posted on every wow-themed website out there.
5-05-2009 @ 1:55PM
I'm thinking that's exactly what this is going to be. Either some sort of point collection or 'You win' bottle caps. Very similar to what Pepsi summer promotions are like.
5-05-2009 @ 2:50PM
The alternate method of entry thing only apply to contest-type prizes, as most states require that contests be open to people without having to buy a product. If Mt. Dew would do a 'buy 50 bottles and enter the codes to get the in-game pet' thing, then they'd be under no obligation to provide an alternate method of getting it, as loyalty/reward programs are entirely legal, so long as no random chance is involved.
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