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Queenstown ski trip up for grabs with Fortinet

17 Aug 12

Fortinet is offering a free skiing trip to Queenstown along with other winter prizes as part of their Winter Ski promotion deal.


The network security provider is offering any purchaser of their product with Ingram Micro the chance to win a range of prizes before the winters end.


Through spending a minimum of $4,500 on Fortinet products with Ingram Micro, customers go into the draw to win two nights in Queenstown for two including accommodation; flights from anywhere in New Zealand, ski hire and day passes.

Further ski deals include two ski gear vouchers to the value of $1,000 for spends of $4,000.

By becoming one of the first 50 orders of $2,000, Fortinet is offering a brand new ski jacket while the first 50 orders of $3,000 will receive a day ski pass.

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