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Rothgarr
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StackSocial has a content for a P4:
https://stacksocial.com/giveaways/the-dji-phantom-4-giveaway?gid=2841084

Thought I'd pass it along to any hopefuls out there. Sorry if this is against the rules, please delete if not allowed.
2016-3-24
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microcyb
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I found that 98% of these are simple scams to obtains peoples personal information for mass marketing and telemarketing, so I avoid unknown businesses such as this one.
2016-3-24
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Rothgarr
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microcyb Posted at 2016-3-25 03:35
I found that 98% of these are simple scams to obtains peoples personal information for mass marketin ...

Nah, tons of websites all use the same technology backend for deals and stuff (branded as Cult of Mac, TouchArcade, etc.). I've purchased a bunch of of online training videos from them for, like, 95% off. Every once in a while they have a giveaway.

Last day is today!
https://stacksocial.com/giveaway ... iveaway?gid=2841084
2016-5-6
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ChiefPilot
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I am in.  All they want is your email.  No worries.  Thanks.
2016-5-6
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microcyb
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ChiefPilot Posted at 2016-5-6 11:31
I am in.  All they want is your email.  No worries.  Thanks.

Good luck, enjoy the spam
2016-5-6
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ChiefPilot Posted at 2016-5-6 23:31
I am in.  All they want is your email.  No worries.  Thanks.

You're welcome.

I'm perfectly happy with my P3P but I figured “what the heck”. (especially since I've purchased stuff from them before)
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microcyb Posted at 2016-5-7 04:13
Good luck, enjoy the spam

It's not an "unknown" like you say. Sites like digg, The Chive, Engadget, cnet, PC Magazine, IGN, etc. all use the Stack framework to offer their readers deals. They don't share information between vendors and it's all a closed-loop opt-in/opt-out system. The only emails I get are deals that relate to me and I can opt-out any time.
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