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ScanLife 2D Barcode Hunt

2D barcodes like QR Codes are popping up more than ever before, so we’re announcing a new contest that rewards you for hunting em’ down.  Here’s how to play:

  1. Search and find any 2D code on a print ad, poster, package – wherever!  This does not include regular UPC codes.
  2. Snap a photo of the entire environment around the code
  3. Post the image to our Facebook wall – (Must “like” us first if you don’t already)
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for your best chance to win!  Contest ends on March 1st.

The 5 people who upload the highest number of QR code images to our wall will receive $50 to 100 gift cards from places like Starbucks, iTunes, Amazon and more! See rules and regulations below:

Get the Entire Image

Not Just the Code

Thanks and let the hunt begin!

Rules and Regulations:

– Starting on Tuesday, February 15th, you will have exactly 2 weeks to rack up us many submissions as possible. Any scans prior to that date will not be counted.

– Each code must be captured in the context of an advertisement to qualify i.e. print ad, billboard, t-shirt etc.

– This contest is open to anyone in the world who is over the age of 18.

– You must upload at least 3 unique codes in order to qualify to win.

– If you are selected winner, you will be sent a Facebook message with details on how to claim your prize. Final winners will be announced at 5EST on 3/1/11. If you do not respond within 48 hours, the reward will be given to a runner up.

– Scanbuy will not use or share, with a third party, any information collected for direct marketing purposes. We respect the privacy rights of individuals.


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