Are you a Game of Thrones fan but haven't read the books yet? Or maybe you're just looking for a new book to read this summer? Then check out our latest BuddyTV free auction with a copy of Game of Thrones as the prize.
What are BuddyTV Auctions?
The BuddyTV Free Auctions are a set of weekly and bi-weekly auctions where users can win all sorts of TV paraphernalia by being the highest bidder. It's as simple as logging in, going to the games tab and clicking auctions to see what's up for grabs. Bids are placed with Buddy Tokens which are only available to registered users on the BuddyTV website and again, completely free.
Currently Up for Auction
In the current weekly free auction you can win the first book in George R. R. Martin's stunning series A Song of Ice and Fire. Game of Thrones is where it all began and will have you hooked within the first few pages. While the HBO series may share a lot of similarities with the book, nothing beats the original telling of George R. R. Martin's fantasy universe.
In the current bi-weekly auction a copy of The Perks of Being a Wallflower on DVD starring Emma Watson, Nina Dobrev from The Vampire Diaries and Dylan McDermott from American Horror Story is still up for grabs. This stunning book adaptation tells a sensitive story of high schoolers coming to age in a charming yet powerful way.
The weekly free auction will be ending on May 28th at 7:00pm PST
The bi-weekly free auction will be ending on May 28th at 7:00PM PST
How to Earn Buddy Tokens
So now you're probably wondering how you acquire Buddy Tokens, well it's as easy and there's several ways to do it like:
- Creating an account and/or logging in to your BuddyTV account earns you tokens
- Reading articles (50 tokens)
- Viewing Slideshows (50 tokens)
- Leaving comments (50 tokens)
- Play trivia (10% of your trivia points)
- Take personality quizzes (1,000 tokens)
- And much more!
Just about anything you do on the BuddyTV website will give you Buddy Tokens. For a full list of how to gain tokens check out the Buddy Tokens Guide
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