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Win 2 Free Tickets to the
Skeptoid 150th Episode Party

by Brian Dunning, Mar 12 2009

What’s better than the Skeptoid 150th Episode Party on April 18, 2009 in Irvine, CA, with a live mentalism performance by Mark Edward, special guests Yau-Man Chan and Ryan Johnson, a live Skeptoid presentation, a formal catered dinner and drinks, live music and entertainment, and the unveiling of the mysterious Secret Project from the Skeptoid skunkworks?

Why, getting to experience it all for FREE, of course!

How can you win 2 free tickets? A winner will be drawn at random on March 25, 2009 from all who do the following:

  1. Make a YouTube video, stating why you think critical thinking and skepticism are important.
  2. Mention the Skeptoid podcast.

  3. Once your video is live, email lisa[at] and give her the URL along with your name.

Deadline for entries is March 24. The winner will be announced right here on March 26. Complete rules are here.

6 Responses to “Win 2 Free Tickets to the
Skeptoid 150th Episode Party”

  1. Thor'Ungal says:

    Damn, if it wasn’t in a different country…

  2. Ranson says:

    I’d participate…if you threw in airfare. Ah, well. No cross-country jaunts for me.

  3. More of that Skeptical Leftcoastism, I see.

  4. John says:

    California. Bleh; Too far of a drive.

  5. Patrick says:

    $75!!! woah. I love skeptoid and everything, but I would be hard pressed to pay that for my favorite band.

  6. Ben says:

    Hey Patrick,

    This isn’t just a “show”! It’s a formal event with dinner, hors d’ouveres, drinks and a great list of guests. You know the type of event I am talking about, right? The type of event where they charge hundreds of dollars a plate? When you throw in door prizes, giveaways and special events throughout the night, $75 is a steal!

    What’s more, you have a chance to win two free tickets! It’s the opportunity to rub elbows with other fans of the show (and maybe even a few of the more famous denizens of the skeptical community). The price may be inhibitive to some, but “free” is a price just about anyone can handle!

    It wouldn’t hurt to try winning the tickets. I hope to see you there!