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Free PCB coupon via Facebook to 2 random commenters

Posted on Friday, February 8th, 2013 in #liveupdates by DP

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Every Friday we give away some extra PCBs via Facebook. This post was announced on Facebook, and on Monday we’ll send coupon codes to two random commenters. More PCBs via Twitter on Tuesday and the blog every Sunday.

Don’t forget there’s free PCBs three times every week:

Some stuff:

  • Yes, we’ll mail it anywhere in the world!
  • We’ll contact you via Facebook with a coupon code for the PCB drawer.
  • Limit one PCB per address per month, please.
  • Like everything else on this site, PCBs are offered without warranty.

We try to stagger free PCB posts so every time zone has a chance to participate, but the best way to see it first is to subscribe to the RSS feed, follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook.

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7 Responses to “Free PCB coupon via Facebook to 2 random commenters”

  1. Dimiter says:

    Can I have one?? I want to solder some stuff.

  2. Geo Hsu says:

    Comment here or on Facebook?

  3. Tim says:

    Looking for good pointers on solder paste application andhot plate smt soldering.

  4. jim morris says:

    love your bus pirate!

  5. Lutfi M says:

    I’ve got your bus pirate and love it. Cannot wait for another one (free? :-)

  6. Trev says:

    Do people not know what Facebook is? Hint: this isn’t it so, commenting here is faceless :-)

  7. john says:

    Liked the stuff on making stencils…

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