With just about one month to go before the release of the iPhone X on November 3, Pad & Quill today announced a notable giveaway that will deliver a brand new 256GB iPhone X to its winner. At launch, the 256GB model will cost $1,149 in the United States.

To enter for a chance to win, you'll have to either order an iPhone X case made by Pad & Quill or sign up for an email newsletter on the company's site before October 25, and afterwards you'll be automatically entered into the iPhone X contest. Note that only United States residents 18 years or older are eligible to enter.

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The Bella Fino iPhone X Wallet Case

There are six iPhone X cases currently available to order on Pad & Quill's website, each with different exterior and interior color options, which we've listed below. Most of the cases are up for pre-order with a mid-November delivery estimate, and only the Timberline Case is in stock now.

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The Timberline Case for iPhone X

Pad & Quill has confirmed to us that the following accessories encompass all of the cases that will gain you entry into the iPhone X raffle:

Entries for the contest stack as well, so if you order three cases, you'll be entered to win an iPhone X three times.

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This week, Best Buy has also marked down a handful of Ultimate Ears Bluetooth speakers by between $20 and $100, including the new WONDERBOOM speaker ($79.99, down from $99.99) and MEGABOOM ($199.99, down from $299.99). If you're a My Best Buy member, you can also save $40 on the 2017 9.7-inch iPad in 32GB and 128GB models through October 7. This means you can get the cheapest model -- $329.99 with 32GB -- for just around $290.

More information on this week's sales -- including $20 off the Nanoleaf Aurora Modular Smart Lighting Kit at The Home Depot -- can be found in our Deals Roundup.

Update: Pad & Quill has updated its giveaway terms to note that no purchase is required and that completing email registration on the company's site is sufficient to enter the giveaway. The email newsletter sign up link is available at the bottom of any page on Pad and Quill's site. We've updated our post accordingly.

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Top Rated Comments

shareef777 Avatar
49 months ago
"giveaway" ... after you spend at least $40 :confused:
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
zstrip Avatar
49 months ago
But if you don’t win you’re just left with a lame ass looking case.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Cougarcat Avatar
49 months ago
Whatever happened to "no purchase necessary"?
It states:

"*iPhone X giveaway rules and regulations: All preorder customers who order a case, or complete email registration before Oct. 25th (and are U.S. citizens & at least 18 years of age) will be entered to win a new 256GB iPhone X!! No purchase necessary."

Not sure how you "complete email registration," or how there is "no purchase is necessary" if it's for "preorder customers."
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ck2875 Avatar
49 months ago
But if you don’t win you’re just left with a lame ass looking case.
Those are all pretty fugly. Like why would someone get a phone with minimal bezels only to add giant wooden ones?

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Ries Avatar
49 months ago
Is this legal in the US? In my country purchased based contests are illegal.
[doublepost=1506976037][/doublepost]http://blog.rafflecopter.com/2015/04/no-purchase-necessary-giveaways/

If your company is running a contest or sweepstakes, you can’t ask entrants to purchase something as a means of entry. And if your company isn’t a non-profit, you cannot run a raffle. And unless if you’re the government, it’s illegal to run a lottery.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
justperry Avatar
49 months ago
This is at the least...odd, why the hell should I buy a case without buying the iPhone X first, if I buy the case I buy the phone, so then I have 2.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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