The elusive Wii console but not for much longer
The Daily Squib premier news source is proudly giving away a Nintendo Wii to one lucky recipient. It is still not too late to get a Wii before Christmas so good luck folks.
You’ve been trawling the internet, the shops and everywhere else for the Wii.
Well, now is your chance to get a Wii console for Christmas.
We can get you a Wii
The Daily Squib Wii offer is giving away one Wii console to one lucky person this Christmas.
You can now be the envy of all your friends and family and acquire one of the most sought after consoles of all time.
Nintendo is not able to meet the holiday demand and has pulled some
advertising in order to not make the situation worse.
Nintendo will be offering customers
who are unable to find a Wii for Christmas a deal where if they pay £250 now they may receive a Wii console by March if stocks permit.
Obviously this will not cut it for most holiday shoppers who are buying
Wii’s on ebay for more than five times the going rate.
One Ebay customer recently bought a Wii with one controller for £880 (retail £179.99).
Online retailers have been capitalising on the Wii shortfall by marking up consoles and profiteering on the meagre supplies.
Wiin a Wii
Now for the details on how to acquire a Wii console exclusively available only from the Daily Squib Wii competition where one lucky winner will scoop the prize of the century (or even millennium).
To win the prize we have hidden one Wii console within a 2600 km length along the Northern Indian Subcontinent. North of this mountain belt lies the Tibetan Plateau (Qing Zang Gaoyuan). The Himalayas form the earth’s highest mountain region, containing 9 of the 10 highest peaks in the world and a Nintendo Wii.
The Wii console could even be on world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest (8,850 m/29,035 ft), which is on the Nepal-Tibet border; the second highest peak, K2 or Mount Godwin Austen (8,611 m/28,251 ft), located on the border between China and Jammu and KashmÄ«r, a territory claimed by India and Pakistan (so be sure to get the correct passes and visas); the third highest peak, KÄnchenjunga (8,598 m/28,209 ft) on the Nepal-India border; MakÄlu (8,481 m/27,824 ft) on the Nepal-Tibet border; DhaulÄgiri (8,172 m/26,811 ft) and AnnapÅ«rna 1 (8,091 m/26,545 ft) in Nepal; Nanga Parbat (8,125 m/26,657 ft) in the Pakistani-controlled portion of Jammu and KashmÄ«r; and Nanda Devi (7817 m/25,645 ft) in India.
The Daily Squib team utilised the services of veteran Himalayan explorer Richard De Winters to place the Wii console deep within the Himalayan region.
If you leave today, you will get to Nepal by Saturday. Just think, you could be having a frozen wii on some mountain peak for Christmas.
The Daily Squib Wii Christmas Competition winner will be announced on Christmas Eve. The Daily Squib is not liable for any deaths or serious accidents that may occur as a result of participating in the Wii competition. Daily Squib Wii Competition participants are liable for own costs to journey to the Himalayan mountain region, including life insurance and medical expenses.