Will You Be the Winner of our $100 Amazon gift card contest?

Ho Ho Ho! Whatascript celebrates the Holiday Season with a contest.

The occasion?

YOU, our visitors from all over the world.

Thank you for being so many. And thank you for finding the content of our website valuable, as shown by 10% of you guys spending more than one hour browsing our pages, videos and games.

And the winner is...

Our Giveaway has Ended and the Winner is ...

Whatascript Prize

Congratulations! You have till Sunday January 19, 2014 12 pm (midnight) Pacific Standard Time to claim your prize. Check the Claiming your prize section below for further details.

Claiming Your Prize

Congratulations, you won!

You have till Sunday January 19, 2014 12 pm (midnight) Pacific Standard Time to claim your prize, by filling the form below. Failing to do so will have you forfeit your prize.

We will email you the prize within 10 days of receipt of your form.

Be sure to whitelist our domain (whatascript.com) otherwise your email service may accidentally send our prize to your junk folder.

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.

Please enter the word that you see below.


Prize Substitution

Winner may not substitute the prize for any other prize or for cash. Whatascript may however substitute the prize for any other prize of equal or greater value, in its reasonable discretion, in the event the prize is not available for any reason outside of Whatascript reasonable control.


All country, federal, state and local taxes associated with the receipt of this prize are the sole responsibility of the winner.


Entry constitutes permission to disclose winner's name on Whatascript website.

Errors and Disputes

In the event of a dispute as to the ownership of any entry, the person whose name appears on the entry form associated with the prize number for the winning entry will be deemed to be the winner. It is your responsibility to control access to your email account.

Decisions made by Whatascript are final.

By entering the contest, you agree to be bound by the decisions of Whatascript and these official rules.


You and your entries may be disqualified at Whatascript discretion if you attempt to circumvent these official rules and their spirit, by for example:
- entering the competition while using a fake / not personal Facebook account
- using a fake / not active email address
- getting additional entries while not responding properly / genuinely to the questions asked
- generating entries by a script, macro or other automated means


Whatascript is not responsible for: (a) any late or lost entries; (b) telephone, electronic, hardware, software, network, Internet, or other computer or communications-related malfunctions or failures; any contest disruptions, injuries, losses or damages caused by events beyond the control of Whatascript or by unauthorized human intervention; or (c) any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with this competition.

General Release

By entering this competition through this website, you release Whatascript from any liability whatsoever. You also waive any and all causes of action, related to any claims, costs, injuries, losses or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the contest or delivery, mis-delivery or acceptance of any prize.

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