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Giveaway: win a subscription to Slacker Radio Plus

updated 01:05 pm EST, Mon March 7, 2011

Win one of five subscriptions to Slacker radio

It's Monday again, another long work week is ahead of us, but it will be easy because this week Electronista is going to help you be a slacker. We're giving away two 1-year subscriptions to Slacker Radio Plus and we also have three 3-month subscriptions up for grabs as well.

As many of you may already know it is possible to listen to Slacker radio for free at Slacker.com, but for a small subscription fee of $4.99 a month (or $3.99 if you order the one year subscription) you get your music ad free along with other benefits like unlimited song skipping, and unlimited song requests. Were giving you the chance to win one of five prizes. To enter we want to hear your most epic tale of slacking off. We will pick the best entries and publish the responses when the winners are announced, so you may not want to use that story about how you went fishing last Monday and pulled the "going to grandma's funeral" excuse to get out of work if your boss reads Electronista too.

We don't want you to have to rush to get this done, but the contest closes in one week, on Monday March 14th, 2011. This contest is open only to residents of US and Canada. Even if you don't feel motivated enough to enter, you can still click here to check out Slacker Personal Radio for free.



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