By Nick Harris
2 August 2010
Want a chance of winning a copy of sportingintelligence’s 2010 Annual Review of Global Sports Salaries, worth £195?
Just buy any product from Amazon that you wanted anyway to go into the draw. Simple!
The Review is a unique document that tells you the real average pay of major sports teams around the world, from the English Premier League to the NBA, IPL, MLB, NHL, NFL, Serie A, NPB, SPL and MLS.
Each month, as part of the same prize package to one lucky winner, we’ll also be giving away a year’s membership to this website’s unique sports salaries database, worth £199.99.
All you have to do to stand a chance of winning is buy any product from online seller amazon that you would have bought anyway.
Just use any click-through from this site, as in the list below, to get to amazon in the first place. If you’re looking for some other product, just click to amazon first via any of the books or other items below.
We don’t need to know any information about you or your purchases.
We’re not asking you to register for anything.
We don’t need to know any of your details.
But as and when anyone buys something after clicking from us, we get a few pence, which helps us stay in business.
And on the first day of each month, we’ll announce a product or products that someone has bought from amazon after clicking through from this website. If the product matches what you bought and when, the prize is yours to claim.
It’s that simple.
So whether it’s sports books or electronic gadgets, games or music, cameras, novels or computer equipment, if you were going to buy it from amazon anyway, why not get to them through any of the links below?
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