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Can’t afford an Xbox One? “Annual Gift Man” not bringing you a new console this holiday? Well, fret not because you may be able to win one for free today.

H.H. Gregg, one the leading retailers in home appliances and consumer electronics, is giving 12 lucky people a brand spanking new Xbox One on Dec. 17, from 9 a.m. through 9 p.m. EDT, the company announced today.

Entering is as easy as filling out a short form on the official H.H. Gregg Xbox One giveaway page. You can and are encouraged to improve your odds by one by also registering on the retailer’s Facebook page, but two entries is the maximum amount allowed. Winners will be announced every hour, for 12 hours, making a dozen people very happy this holiday. Especially if you’re one of the many fans unable to obtain the newly released console.

The giveaway is just for the Xbox One console itself, which, considering the free price tag, is totally forgivable. And in case you were wondering, no, H.H. Gregg has no plans for a PlayStation 4 giveaway or any other platform for that matter. This deal is strictly Microsoft.

Be sure to put your two cents in at the above mentioned web pages and earn your chance to win MS's next-gen console. Good luck and you’re welcome.

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