Win a Monster Energy prize pack including a year’s supply of Monster

We’ve teamed up with Monster Energy to hook up one lucky reader with a year’s supply of Monster Energy, a Monster Energy refrigerator to keep the year supply cold and a signed, blown up cover of Volume 9 Issue 1 featuring Monster athlete, Dustin Craven, stomping a huge method off a giant cliff in Whistler.

If that’s something that tickles your fancy, all you have to do is like Snowboard Magazine on facebook (once), and enter your email address.

You can enter your email many times as you want before Sunday, October 28 at 11:59pm. Entering your email multiple times increases your chances of winning.

Good luck!

Winner: Patrick Leinweber

The Fine Print:
Your email will be added to our weekly newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time. But trust us, it’s worth getting and free gear will be blasted out all winter for those who subscribe. Sweepstakes is open to US and Canadian residents only. Actual prizes may or may not resemble the ones shown in the photos above. The year supply of monster is 1 case per month at a total of twelve months. Using scripts to enter your email is prohibited and your entries will be disqualified.


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