There is good news for you. This good news comes from Travel with Bender. Now, they are holding a giveaway for you to win a DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone. Because they want to celebrate the upcoming launch of the Forever Break podcast on 26 May 2020. This organizer has teamed up with 3 sponsors to give away a brand spanking new DJI Mavic Air 2 drone valued at US$799. If you want to know how to enter the giveaway here are steps for you that you need to follow: you have to go to their website. After that click each of the entry methods and fill in the required info. Good Luck.
ReviewWin a DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone is a competition by Travel with Bender and has a prize pool of $1,150 for 1 prize. The overall prize value is just average for this one. I does not cost anything to participate. Being a winner is something good for us. As a couple, we love to travel and we always documented our journey. We always wanted to have a drone but haven't got a chance to have any. We hope to win this contest so it will improve the picture of our travel journey. You also may join the giveaway and win the prize.
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