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Win Jurassic Park Limited Edition artwork print and 25th anniversary coin

We have a cracker of a competition this month, in fact we have not one but two competitions but more on the other one later.  The first one is to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Steven Spielberg's classic, Jurassic Park and thanks to the awesome folks over at Smart Arts Gallery, we have two incredible prizes which one lucky winner will be the proud owner of.

First prize thanks to Smart Arts Gallery

The Prizes
The first item is this stunning artwork print called "Park Life."  It measures 16.5 x 11.7 inches and it's an officially licensed limited edition art print, produced on 300gsm textured art paper, limited to only 995 worldwide, hand numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Universal Studios.

Second prize thanks to Smart Arts Gallery

But wait, that's not all!  Also this week the lucky winner will also get this limited edition coin to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the movie.  Embossed on both sides it has a diameter of 3.8cm and is limited to 9,995 worldwide.  Honestly, these are very popular and previous editions of Jurassic Park coins went for over £180 on Ebay.  Some people spared no expense.

What Do I Need To Do To Win These Awesome Prizes?
To be in with a chance of winning these awesome prizes, just answer this easy question:

Which one of these lines is the correct one from Steven Spielberg's 1993 classic, Jurassic Park?

A- "It's a Unix system!  I know this."
B - "It's a Linux system!  I know this."
C - "It's an Android system!  I know this."

The Rules
Post your answer either in the comments, on our Facebook page or Twitter page.

One lucky winner will win the two prizes. We are making the competition available to everyone all over the world and one answer will get you entered. We will choose a lucky winner completely at random. The winner will be contacted for a mailing address and we will aim to get the print and coin out within a few days of winning. We cannot substitute the prize and unfortunately we cannot be responsible for loss in the post. Closing date is Sunday 19th August, 4pm GMT.

Wait!  You Said There Was Another Competition!
Yes, we certainly did.  First off, good luck to all who enter this week's competition and don't worry if you don't win and really want to get your hands on the print or coin.  You can get yours from the awesome geeks who supplied us with the prizes, Smart Arts Gallery.  Why not head over there and see what else they have.  They are most definitely Spielberg fans and it's worth checking out the JAWS section too.  Speaking of which, we will be running a second competition next week and it will be on the 1975 classic.  Stay tuned.

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