Win a Year of Free Uploading and Sharing from Eye-Fi and SmugMug

Our friends at Eye-Fi happen to be our neighbors, too, located just down the street from us at SmugMug Central. They’ve always been good to us and as friends do, they’re throwing a virtual party to celebrate the cool stuff that happens when forces unite.

After all, when you pair unlimited uploads, gorgeous galleries and effortless, wireless uploads that’s just about as sweet as it gets for turbo ‘togs like you. See for yourself:

Shoot, Upload and Share for a Year

They’re giving away three great bundles to three lucky people:

  1. One collects a free year of SmugMug Pro and one Eye-Fi Pro X2 wireless memory card.
  2. One enjoys a year of SmugMug Power and one Eye-Fi Mobile X2 memory card.
  3. One scoops up a SmugMug Basic account and one Eye-Fi Connect X2 memory card.

Want more details about these cool tools? Review SmugMug’s account features and check out Eye-Fi’s offerings here.

Eye Fi is such an awesome way to wirelessly upload your photos and videos as soon as you shoot them… which lets you share them faster and stay organized. Never run out of space on your card again!

Enter By May 22nd*

Here’s how to play:

  • Hop over to Facebook and become a fan of both Eye Fi and SmugMug.

Entries are open to legal US residents and your deadline is May 22nd, 2011 at 11:59 PM (PDT). So don’t be late!

NOTE: Earlier, we listed the incorrect date of May 29. The deadline is May 22nd. Sorry for any confusion.

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8 thoughts on “Win a Year of Free Uploading and Sharing from Eye-Fi and SmugMug”

  1. I backed out of the sweepstakes because they collect way too much personal info..its uncomfortable

  2. I agree! Why do they need access to so much information just to enter a sweepstakes? I agree with elle…it feels uncomfortable. I backed out as well. Oh well….

  3. You can remove the Sweepstakes app from your profile by logging in > Privacy Settings > Apps and Websites > Edit Your Settings > Apps You Use > Edit Settings > Click “X” to remove the app.

  4. If it weren’t Facebook I’d do it. Too many issues there.

    Why not allow people to enter by following you fine folks on Twitter? Serves the same purpose, I would think, and doesn’t give us the heebie-jeebies about privacy.

    1. Eye Fi is running the show on this one, and they’re hosting it on FB. We’ve got tons of cool giveaways going on all the time, across different channels. Stay posted here.

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