Win! Burn Notice Prizes – A Tivoli iPal Radio, DVDs, Bar Set And More

The season finale of Burn Notice will air on the USA Network tomorrow night at 10/9 C (which is some kind of American code for 10pm in most places, 9pm for people who don’t have a seaside. right?)

We can’t allow the whole season go by without marking it somehow – let’s not forget that this show has 100% more Bruce Campbell than anything else airing at the moment – so let’s have a contest, shall we?

Here’s the prize pile, valued, I’m told, at $400:

  • Tivoli iPal Radio
  • Custom Tote Bag
  • Season 4 DVDs
  • Bar Set
  • Mojitos 101 Book
  • Burn Notice T-Shirt
  • Burn Notice Hat

Wow. Lotsa.

Now, you can have two bites at this cherry but we’ll be choosing just one winner from the whole set of entries. What you get for the two entry mechanisms is, in effect, double the odds of anybody lazy enough to not really bother.

The first way to enter is to e-mail me. your postal address with the subject line BURN NOTICE.

And the second way to enter is to tweet this, with the blank filled in:

#SamAxe is at his best when _______ and I’m going to tell him that right now on http://bit.ly/BNchatter! http://bcool.bz/uf11pI @BleedingCool

Best of luck. We’ll freeze the competition the moment the season finale kicks off, so get cracking.

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