The AnandTech 20th Anniversary Giveaway

Now that the commemorating is done, let’s get to the fun part of our 20th anniversary: the giveaway.

For some of our past anniversaries we’ve done hardware giveaways, and for our 20th anniversary I wanted to do the best giveaway yet. It only seemed fitting that as a thank you to the readers that have supported us over the last two decades, that we try to give something back to you.

I set out with a goal to do 20 days of giveaways, one for each year of AnandTech’s existence. To do so, myself, the other editors, and the sales team reached out to our friends at hardware vendors across the globe to line up hardware for our greatest giveaway ever. The results exceeded even my wildest expectations.

31 vendors have donated hardware for the AnandTech 20th anniversary giveaway, smashing even my most optimistic goals. We still haven’t finished adding up the value of all of the prizes, but it’s tens of thousands of dollars. It’s honestly almost more than we could handle, if not for the hard work of the Purch community team in helping out to organize all of this.

So a big thank you goes out to our friends at Intel, AMD, HTC, NVIDIA, Seasonic, ARM, Asus, and more, for providing us with so many prizes to give out to you guys. I knew we had a lot of friends, but it’s only after you ask for free hardware to give to random readers that you realize just how many friends you have. And similarly, how these companies are eager to make a good impression with you.

Starting today and running through May 23rd, we’re doing 20 days of giveaways. We have CPUs, motherboards, phones, tablets, video cards, cases, power supplies, laptops, and even some bona fide swag to give away. Each giveaway is only open for 48 hours, so you’re going to want to check in each and every weekday to enter that day’s giveaway(s). Many will enter, not as many will win, but with the number of prizes we have available the odds may be more in your favor than you think.

However for our many international readers, I need to apologize. We’ve not been able to do international giveaways, and the 20th anniversary giveaway is no different. AnandTech/Purch is too big to do a clandestine giveaway, and that means we need to follow all of the relevant local laws on giveaways. And, as it turns out, there are a lot of countries out there who either dislike giveaways or require that someone in their country wins a giveaway in order for it to be offered there. As a result, we’re only able to open these giveaways to residents of the United States. I’m genuinely sorry we can’t offer anything outside of the United States, but I hope you can understand.

Anyhow, for our first giveaway I thought it was only appropriate that we go full-circle and start back where AnandTech itself started: AMD. So please check out our AT20 Day 1 AMD giveaway for your chance to win a Ryzen 7 1800X, a Ryzen 5 1600X, or one of four Radeon RX 570 video cards. And then check back in tomorrow and the day after that (and the day after that) for future giveaways.

Celebrating AnandTech’s 20th Anniversary


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  • Flunk - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    For Canada, the laws about giveaways are perfectly simple. You just include the phrase "excluding Quebec" and you don't have to worry about anything else.,%2...
  • surfnaround - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    So true... LOL Reply
  • HexiumVII - Friday, April 28, 2017 - link

    wow Reply
  • surfnaround - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    BTW, that anandtech founders room (basement?) is geek cred right there! Reply
  • phoenix_rizzen - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    You also have to include a "skill-testing question" to make it a reward (and thus non-taxable) and not a freebie (or something along those lines). Usually a simple math question involving all 4 operations (+ - * /) and single-digit numbers. :) Reply
  • simonm - Thursday, April 27, 2017 - link

    I think that's the same in Australia. I don't understand it. It's so dumb and sux when there are awesome giveaways like this.

    If you really want to enter I guess you'll need to know someone in the US who could forward on or maybe use a forwarding company that exist for situations like this.
  • Holliday75 - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    I still think we should exclude Canada. *ssssshhhhh don't tell the Canadians this so we have better odds* Reply
  • Makaveli - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    lol that is my first question is this US only. As a Canadian that has been reading the site since 2001 most of your give away are not for us canucks :( Reply
  • MajGenRelativity - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    I've only been reading here for about a year, but this is the most detailed site I've been to that covers everything. Thank you so much, and keep up the good work! Reply
  • Fritzo - Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - link

    Been around since the beginning and still pop over from time to time. Happy 20th! In Internet years, that's like 350 years old :D Reply

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