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Win A Copy Of DreamWorks Dragons Double DVD And Video Game!

Enter to win a copy!

While we all know that the holiday season is just around the corner and your children are making their lists and checking it twice (ha!), why not beat the mall traffic this year by entering our giveaway contest for your very own copy of DreamWorks Dragons Double DVD and Video Game.

The high-flying follow up to the smash hit How To Train Your Dragon debuts exclusively on DVD and Blu-Ray November 15th, but can be yours by entering our contest.

DreamWorks Dragon Double DVD and Video Game includes the follow-up ”¨”Gift of the Night Fury,” in which the epic story of Hiccup and Toothless picks up where it left off and they take flight in a thrilling, all-new adventure to discover an island of never-before-seen dragons; the all-new “Book of Dragons” that reveals seven never-before-seen dragons as Hiccup, Astrid and Gobber share insider training secrets and new dragon mythology; AND a game card that grants exclusive access to the ultimate interactive Dragons challenge: a brand new Dragons Online Video Game in which players use the new training secrets they’ve learned to earn badges as they fight and train new dragons to become the ultimate dragon trainer.

Available in either a Double DVD and Video Game pack or a Blu-ray Combo and Video Game pack, DreamWorks Dragons will be available with expected pricing as low as $14.99 and $19.99 respectively, making it an ideal and affordable holiday gift for aspiring dragon trainers and all fans of enchanting epic adventure.

If you want to enter our contest, simply leave us a line in the comment section and tell us, what do you think Beyonce and Jay-Z should name their baby?  One winner will be selected at random on November 13th after noon (PST). U.S. residents only.



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