Dell Channel Giveaway: $275.00 in Amex Giftcards

Christmas time is nearly here and after Christmas comes the bills, and lots of them. What better way to help pay them with than a couple of Amex Giftcards from the Dell Channel group. Neowin was recently invited down to their workshops and Andrew Lyle was given a look inside the world of vendor customization.

The prizes up for grabs this time around are a 1 $200.00 Amex Gift card and 3 $25.00 gift cards. So what do you have to do to win? Fill out this survey with honest answers and a valid email address (that's how they will contact the winner) and that's it. Nothing major, its relatively straight forward, and it could be your way to some free cash for the holidays.

It should be noted that this survey is targeted more towards anyone in the PC Channel arena. Also, all personal information (email address etc) will not be retained after the winners are notified. Happy Holidays everyone!

Enter the drawing here.

Disclaimer: Neowin is not being compensated for this survey, however, Neowin was provided airfare, hotel, and food accommodations for the visit to the Dell OEM center.

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Digitalx said,
Amex is like the most fail of all major credit cards lol. Second only to diners of course.

Fail or not, it's $200, and Amex is accepted at most places, so I don't see what the problem is.

Giveaways are great, but are they US only? International? Select Countries?

Please let us know so we can make sure we help out with a fighting chance

THIS SURVEY is only relevant if you work/run an IT business being an IT individual is worthless.

It was not specified to me, I would think that as long as your home country has places that accept amex, you should be fine!

bdsams said,
It was not specified to me, I would think that as long as your home country has places that accept amex, you should be fine!

Cheers, started the survey and realised it was more about partner relationships and improving those, and since I am not currently working in the IT field this is not relative to me, shame, but good luck to whoever does enter