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Awards Radar Wants to Give One Lucky Reader a Blu-ray Copy of the Director’s Cut of ‘F9’

Did you like F9? Well, in that case, you’re in luck! Awards Radar has one physical copy (Blu-Ray combo pack) of the film to give away! It’s worth noting that the Blu-ray will contain the director’s cut of the film, which will have never-before-seen footage from its theatrical version. So any lovers of F9: The Fast Saga would do well to get in touch with us.

To enter the contest, there are two options:

Option 1: Leave a comment below to say you’re interested in participating in the giveaway.

OR

Option 2: Tweet at our account: @AwardsRadar and manifest your interest by commenting on the post!

The rules are rather simple, and you’ll be able to enter to win the movie! You can start participating easily by commenting on this post or tweeting at us! Winners will be contacted in due time.

Good luck!

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Brian
Brian
8 months ago

I’d like to win.

Joey Magidson
Admin
8 months ago
Reply to  Brian

Consider yourself entered!

tommy tune
8 months ago

interested in participating in the giveaway.

Joey Magidson
Admin
8 months ago
Reply to  tommy tune

You’ve been entered!

FF Fan
FF Fan
8 months ago

I love FF it is the best movie series they have ever made omg i can own a piece of it how crazy great is this website

Joey Magidson
Admin
8 months ago
Reply to  FF Fan

Love the enthusiasm.

Breanne
Breanne
8 months ago

I’d love to be entered into the giveaway, please. Thanks for the chance!

Joey Magidson
Admin
8 months ago
Reply to  Breanne

You’ve been entered! And stay tuned for another contest tomorrow…

gc13182
8 months ago

This would be awesome, can’t go wrong with the FF series. Thanks for the chance to win.

Roger
Roger
7 months ago

I’m interested if it is not to late

Joey Magidson
Admin
7 months ago
Reply to  Roger

Unfortunately, this one is closed. More coming soon, though!

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Written by Maxance Vincent

Maxance Vincent is a freelance film and TV critic, and a recent graduate of a BFA in Film Studies at the Université de Montréal. He is currently finishing a specialization in Video Game Studies, focusing on the psychological effects regarding the critical discourse on violent video games.

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