Toys''R''Us Gives Away 25,000 Nintendo Wii In DEAL OR NO DEAL Promotion

Posted: Oct 15 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Toys''R''Us Gives Away 25,000 Nintendo Wii in DEAL OR NO DEAL Promotion
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Toys"R"Us is running a big promotion with the NBC show DEAL OR NO DEAL show, where you can win the grand price of $1,000,000 or one of 25,000 Nintendo Wii consoles.

Toys"R"Us distributes game pieces in newspaper inserts on 10/01/06, 10/08/06, 10/15/06 and 10/22/06. So maybe you already played the game.
Each game piece contains two suitcases. One suitcase is the "DEAL" suitcase and the other suitcase is a "NO DEAL" Suitcase. The "DEAL" Suitcase offers 10% off any one item in your shopping cart at time of purchase in the store. The "NO DEAL" suitcase offers the chance to win one of the prices.

In the game rules the odds to win one of the 25,000 Nintendo Wii consoles are stated with 1:5,743. More details on Toys"R"Us site. Via NintendoRevolutions and InStoreMarketer. More Nintendo Wii news.

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