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CometTV Space Giveaway

Are you a fan of over-the-air tv? COMET TV has so many cool things in September! COMET TV is the new home of the cult classic Space: 1999! The out of this world series starring Martin Landau is a fun retro adventure, you’ll love! Not to mention Godzilla double features throughout September and Dr. Who! Over on CHARGE!, there is a Rocky marathon featuring the classic film series all month long!
To celebrate, COMET TV and CHARGE! want to give you the opportunity to have an awesome September of your own! The COMET TV and CHARGE! September Prize Pack is perfect for binging some classic films and TV Shows! The prize pack includes:
1 - Limited Edition Space: 1999 COMET TV T-shirt: Exclusive to this month, we’ve created an exclusive shirt celebrating the retro goodness of this classic series!
1 - Rocky Exclusive Charge! Clamshell Box: While there may not be a VHS tape inside, this pack has some of the classic Rocky artwork. Yo Adrian!
1- Rocky Viewing Kit: When you’re working up a sweat in the gym and feeling the Eye of the Tiger, this kit will help you get into the Rocky mood. There is a Charge jump-rope, a gym towel and a die-cut Rocky sticker!
1- Godzilla Funko Pop Figure: Who doesn’t love Funko Pops?!? This Godzilla will be the fire breathing center of your collection and a perfect way to celebrate the Godzilla double features, Sundays on COMET TV!
To win, you must submit either A) a comment at the bottom of this post or B) a comment at @wordsbycbiggs on Twitter with the hashtags #GodzillaDoubleFeature, #Space1999, or #COMETTV by September 28. Winners will be announced by October 5.

Giveaway open to the US

Comments

Juicy said…
Oh man, that Godzilla funko looks amazing.

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