We’re giving away 10 free copies of Skilman Introduction to Morse Code!

Skilman and AmateurRadio.com
have teamed up to give away TEN free copies of
Skilman Introduction to Morse Code

($49.95 value each)
Open to all US and Canadian residents.

Deadline to enter is 10 January 2016 20:00 UTC.

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Editor’s note:

Skilman has sent us a 10% off coupon code ‘U4YDIFM’ (valid through 1/24).

From the description:

Developed by Dr. Jessica Parks, an expert in memory and cognition with a doctoral degree in experimental psychology, this course on six audio compact discs will guide you step-by-step to mastery of Morse code.

Dr. Parks draws on long-standing research and scientifically validated principles to give you every advantage as you learn the letters, numbers, punctuation, and pro-signs that you will need to communicate using Morse code. A booklet and complimentary digital download of the entire course are also included.

Always wanted to learn Morse code? Now’s your chance — for free!
Listen to the sample lessons and then enter to win below…

Skilman Introduction to Morse Code – Lesson 1 (24:02) Download

Skilman Introduction to Morse Code – Lesson 2 (24:32) Download

Prize Packages

Ten (10) 6-disc copies of
skilman-introduction-to-morse-code Skilman Introduction to Morse Code
http://www.skilman.com

Eligibility

Residents of the
United States and Canada
(shipping is included!)

How to Enter

It’s simple!
Leave a comment to this post.
(e-mail address will not be shared)

Entry Duration

Only 1 week!

You may enter only once from
3 January 2016 12:00 UTC
to
10 January 2016 20:00 UTC

(multiple entries from the same entrant will be discarded)

Winner Announcement

10 January 2016

We will announce the winner on AmateurRadio.com.

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Please tell your friends about this giveaway!

Thank you to Skilman for offering these fantastic prizes!
http://www.skilman.com

The winner will be chosen at random (using random.org) from all valid comment entries to this post received by the contest deadline. Entries will be deemed valid at the sole discretion of AmateurRadio.com and may be rejected for any reason, including inappropriate comments. Entries received after the deadline will not be considered. The prize may not be transferred. The prize may not be exchanged for cash. Winner agrees to allow AmateurRadio.com to use their name and callsign to announce them as a winner on our site, and to share their contact information with the sponsor for the purposes of awarding the prize. No purchase necessary to win. Odds of winning dependent on total number of entries received. Winner is responsible for any applicable taxes or fees imposed by their jurisdiction. Void where prohibited by law. E-mail addresses of all other entrants will not be shared with any third party, including the sponsor. Entrants will not receive any unsolicited e-mail or be placed on any e-mail list.
Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

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