If you had the chance to receive an unlimited supply of anything, what would it be? Cengage wants to know.
Enter the Cengage Unlimited Summer Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of ten all-access subscriptions to Cengage Unlimited, a digital subscription that gives students unlimited access to course materials. According to UWire, the platform includes 22,000 products across 70 disciplines and 675 courses, and students even have the option of renting print material. Access usually comes at a fee of $119.99 per semester or $179.99 per year, but Cengage is offering ten students free access this fall.
To enter the sweepstakes all students have to do is post an image, video, GIF, or Boomerang to Twitter or Instagram showing what they would like to have an unlimited supply of. All entries must tag the appropriate Cengage Student social media handle (Twitter: @CengageLearning or Instagram: @cengagestudent) and include the hashtag #CengageUnlimited .
Submissions are also accepted online or via mail.
Entries must be submitted by 12:00 p.m. EST on July 22 for all mediums. Winners will be selected August 1.
This is an original press release from UWire.
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