Enter for a chance to WIN a Kobo Clara HD eReader

Kobo Facebook Contest Terms & Conditions

Kobo Clara HD is the perfect reading companion for any book lover. It always provides the best light to read by with ComfortLight PRO, and a natural, print-like reading experience on its superior 6” HD screen. Easily customizable features help customers new to eReading to read the way they prefer. With 8 GB of on-board memory and the ability to carry up to 6,000 eBooks, Kobo Clara HD always has room for your next escape.

To enter: Comment about your favourite book you read this year in our Kobo Contest facebook post.

Contest is open to all residents of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba who, as of the date the prize draw is made: (i) have not won a London Drugs contest since September 15, 2017; (ii) have reached the age of majority in the province in which they reside as of September 15, 2018; (iii) are not employees of London Drugs, their respective advertising and promotional agencies, the independent judging organization (if any), or any family member living with any such employee.

No purchase necessary. Limit one (1) entry per person. Entries must be received no later than 11:59 PM Pacific Time on September 30th, 2018. London Drugs is not responsible for entries that become lost or misdirected. All entries become the property of London Drugs Limited and will not be returned.

Three (3) winners will be randomly chosen (see dates below) in Richmond, British Columbia, from all eligible entries received per contest. To win, selected entrants must correctly answer a skill-testing mathematical question and must sign London Drugs’ declaration and release confirming compliance with the contest rules and acceptance of the prize(s) as awarded, releasing London Drugs from liability in association with the contest and prize and consenting to the use of their name, photograph, voice and statements for promotional and publicity purposes.

There will be three (3) prizes each consisting of consisting of one (1) Kobo Clara HD eReader preloaded with the following two eBooks: “Leverage in Death” by J.D. Robb and and “In his father’s footsteps” by Danielle Steel, and one (1) $50.00 Kobo Gift Card. Approximate total prize value $220.

See details and contest date below. Prizes must be accepted as awarded, are non-transferable and no substitutions are permitted. Prizes will be awarded at the closest London Drugs location to contest winners.

Contest date – Monday, September 17, 2018 – Sunday, September 30, 2018, 11:59 PM Pacific Time

Draw date – Friday, October 5, 2018

Only one prize may be won by any one person and household. In the event that any selected entrant incorrectly answers the skill-testing question or is otherwise unwilling or unable to comply in full with these rules, a new entry will be drawn.

Selected winners will be contacted by Facebook Messenger. No correspondence will be entered into except with selected entrants. If the winners do not respond then they will be notified for the second time, 3 (three) days after the first notification. If the winners still do not respond within 3 days of the second notification, a new winner will be chosen in the same manner until a winner is successfully contacted.

The chances of winning a prize will depend on the number of eligible entries received. Decisions of the judges in respect of all aspects of this contest including, but not limited to, eligibility of entries and correctness of answers given to the skill-testing question, are final.

London Drugs and their respective advertising and promotional agencies, the independent judging organization, and their respective agents are not liable to an entrant in any manner relating to the contest or the awarding and use of the prize(s).

This contest is subject to all federal, provincial, and municipal laws and regulations. By entering the entrant consents to the collection of all personal information included on their entry and agrees to the use and disclosure of such information by and between London Drugs, an independent judging organization, and their agents. The winner(s) also agrees to the collection, use, and disclosure of their name, entry, photographs, voice, and statements for London Drugs’ publicity purposes without further compensation. All personal information collected from entrants will be used only for the purposes of administering the contest and for marketing and promotional purposes as contemplated by these rules; under no circumstances will any personal information be sold or rented to third parties. All personal information collected by London Drugs will be kept in accordance with the privacy policy of London Drugs, which can be viewed at www.londondrugs.com, and in accordance with all applicable privacy laws.

The right is reserved by London Drugs to terminate this contest, in whole or in part, and/or modify, amend or suspend the contest, and/or these rules in any way, should any cause beyond the reasonable control of London Drugs or its agents affect the proper administration thereof.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook.

76 thoughts on “Enter for a chance to WIN a Kobo Clara HD eReader

  1. Trudy Christian says:

    the best book's for me were Lee Child

  2. Brenda Dennis says:

    Between heaven and earth by Eric walters

  3. Solange knutson says:

    Book of Negroes

  4. Linda Goy says:

    Reading Wilbur Smiths series on the Courtneys.

  5. Jo-Lynn Carroll says:

    My favorite book I have read this year has been "The Perfect Couple" by Elin Hilderbrand. It was both a love story and a mystery that was full of Strange behaviors from most of the characters involved. The twists and turn of this story and the uniqueness of each of the characters left you always searching for more. I never wanted the story to end.

  6. Gina bergman says:

    My fave book this year is what alice forgot

  7. Stephanie Sieben says:

    Identity unknown by Karolina Wójciak

  8. Lynda says:

    In His Fathers Footsteps – Danielle Steele was my last one, but there have been so many good ones this year, too many to list!

  9. Hillary Harrison says:

    The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn. It reminds me of the Girl on the Train but with different twists and turns.

  10. Peggy Lim says:

    Yes, I would like to enter this contest, please.
    Thank you.

  11. Peggy Lim says:

    Life of Pi

  12. Nizar Dleikan says:

    I really enjoyed reading Gone with the wind. One of my favorites. Thank you london drugs for the contest to win!

  13. Dorothy Konschak says:

    My favorite book so far this year is Pegasus by Danielle Steel

  14. Kelleen Chopp-Lemay says:

    The book I just read was “Same kind of different as me”. What a story. I enjoyed it very much.

  15. Nicole Bonomo says:

    Seven Stones To Stand Or Fall by Diana Gabaldon, I love this Outlander series, and have read all of them over the years!

  16. Gary Mondoux says:

    can use a new ebook reader

  17. Lai Jean Wall says:

    I would love to win a new ereader. Mine is a very old Sony and it’s on its last legs

  18. Donna Donner says:

    Protecting Caroline by Susan Stoker was my favourite book

  19. LISA STEVENSON says:

    Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance – beautifully written and inspiring

  20. Foto Sukanen says:

    Wanderlust Stories on the move. A collection of stories written by Canadian authors that includes a story written by my friend Brenda Niskala.

  21. Jeanette Brown says:

    Would love this!

  22. Joan Moase says:

    All My Mother's Secrets

  23. Joanne Pearson says:

    Me before you

  24. Jacqueline Raab says:

    love reading and London Drugs

  25. Guy Alden says:

    I am curently reading the Kydd series by Julian Stockwin.

  26. Ann Henderson says:

    The Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon

  27. Foto Sukanen says:

    I am partial to Wanderlust, a collection of short stories that includes one by my friend Brenda Niskala.

  28. Joanne thomas says:

    I havent read a book.in years except ghildren books for ky 6 year old. I would love one as a low income fsmily i vould never afford one

  29. Hedy Pemble says:

    W is for wasted

  30. Helen Delaney says:

    The People vs Alex Cross – James Patterson . Always a good read.

    1. Bev Lubbers says:

      I love Nicholas Sparks novels…
      The Longest Ride
      The Lucky One
      The Choice
      Dear John

  31. Penelope Penner says:

    So hard to choose! I've read several books I really enjoyed. "The Women is the Castle" by Jessica Shattuck is at the top of the list.

  32. Elvy Marsh says:

    Elvy Marsh says: Poldark series – Winston Graham
    3 books so far. Looking forward to the rest.

  33. Elaine Mitchell says:

    "A Winter's Garden"

  34. Barb Kamlah says:

    The Goldfinch was a great read.

  35. Kellie Howe says:

    Serpentine by Laurell K Hamilton

  36. Ina Stretch says:

    Seven stones to stand or fall by Diana Gabaldon

  37. vicki Demunck says:

    i Finally read Written in My Own Heart's Blood by Diana Gabaldon. Love that series.

  38. Sharon Williams says:

    I read think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill

  39. Lori Rutherford says:

    Out of books that I have read this year, my favourite was The Easterly House by Beth Livingston. First in a series that I am looking forward to reading!

  40. Barbara Hansen says:

    I've had a Kobo for 7 years now and I love it!! I would be happy to have a new Kobo

  41. DARYL MOAD says:

    Between Heaven & Earth

  42. Karen Pargas says:

    My favourite book that l read earlier this year was What Happebed by Hillary Clinton.

  43. Reg McDonald says:

    History; – without knowing about it, one is bound to repeat it…

  44. eva says:

    Life of Pi

  45. Donnalyn says:

    Educated, by Tara Westover

  46. Tanya Robertson says:

    Any Nicholas Sparks books-3 weeks also love Barbara Colorossa and Jay McGraw parenting books

  47. Christine Zurkowski says:

    Any romance story!

  48. Marilyn Davis says:

    My favorite has been The Woman In The Window

  49. Jane Nikolaisen says:

    nora roberts– year one

  50. Dan Wallace says:

    What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell

  51. Ellen Sangster says:

    Pyramids by Terry Pratchett.

  52. Mary-Louise Aro says:

    My daughter would love another ereader. Her Kobo one died a few years ago.

  53. Virginia R says:

    I read a couple this year. My friend lent me two, I forgot to even write down the author's names as I like to read as many as I can from an author when the book is good. I also read Dead to the Max by Jasmine Haynes which was quite good.

  54. Sandra Lasenby says:

    When Life Gives You Lululemons

  55. Wayne Pittman says:

    The Bloody Jack series by L.A Meyer

  56. Bob Boxall says:

    A Force For Good–The Dalai Lama's Vision for Our World is exactly that . . . a force for good.

  57. Lisa Tremblay says:

    "Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies" by Andrew Nugara

  58. Mark Stabel says:

    Anything by Dean Koontz.

  59. MaryJane Graschuk says:

    “Fav book that I recently read was The Alice Network – great spy book, extremely interesting and impossible to put down.”

  60. Lois Moon says:

    Glass Houses by Louise Penny.

  61. Ester Stainton says:

    One of the Danielle Steel"s book ''Bungalow 2.

  62. Alyssa says:

    my favourite book I read this year was Anne of Green Gables

  63. N Smith says:

    Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

  64. Shannon Sandve says:

    A bookclub recommendation of Eleanor Park by Rainbow Rowell turned out to be a great read. Surprisingly enjoyable with an ambiguous ending.

  65. Charlene Bell says:

    My favorite book so far this year was Dan Brown's Origins. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome prize.

  66. Suzanne Guss says:

    I have read a lot of books this year but my favourite would have to be Sara Donati's "The Guilded Hour".

  67. SUSAN E MACHIN says:

    My favorite book I read was THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN, a beautiful sad story about a dog and his master…good crying. The other one i loved was THE SHACK

  68. Leah says:

    My favorite this year is the Assassins Apprentice from the Farseer series by Robin Hobb.

  69. Randy Jones says:

    Dreamcatcher – Stephen King. Anything Stephen king is good.

  70. Lorraine Oliver says:

    Would love an ereader, best book for me thiyear so far is
    A noise downstairs. By Linwood Barclay

  71. Gillian Grigor (Hammond) says:

    Where the Hell have You Been? by Tom Carver
    A fascinating book with family connections for me because my father was one of the 600 POWs who escaped from pg 49. After 9 months walking in Italy, being hidden by the Italian Contadini, he finally reached the allied lines and safety.

  72. Gloria Tretiak says:

    I greatly liked "Little Black Black" by James Patterson his books are all awesome

  73. Alana LeSueur says:

    A Walk In The Woods by Bill Bryson…excellent read.

  74. Gary Barclay says:

    Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

  75. Jackie Law says:

    Pride and Prejudice never gets old.

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