Want Free Tickets to March of the Droids this Saturday?
If the answer to the above question is a resounding yes, read on, as five lucky forum members will given free tickets to the event! For the unaware, March of the Droids is the follow-up to last year’s Glassdroid event. However, the location has now changed, and this year’s event will be held in Manchester, UK. To learn more, visit our previous article covering the event and the official event website.
Those who will be in the area this weekend may be wondering what they have to do to acquire tickets. Luckily, that’s quite simple. We simply want you to tell us why you wish to attend the event. Feel free to use humor, memes, and as many Android references as you wish.
Since the event will be held this Saturday, entries will be open from now until 6:00 AM (UTC-5) on Friday morning. At that point, the winners will be selected by members of XDA staff, and the event’s administrators will provide the five winners with tickets to the event. Good luck!
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