Win a Blue Parrott headset

GIVEAWAY: There are five VXi Blue Parrott B450 - Xt Headphone Sets up for grabs.
GIVEAWAY: There are five VXi Blue Parrott B450 - Xt Headphone Sets up for grabs. Contributed

HAVE you worn out your headphones or headset from listening to too many audio books or podcasts?

Well, thanks to the Big Rigs Podcast, there are five VXi Blue Parrott B450 - Xt Headphone Sets, valued at $231 each, up for grabs.

The headphones, from Adaptions Australia, have the most effective (96 percent) noise-cancelling microphone. Along with a bigger, cushier ear cushion and a more comfortable and durable headband, it is more useful, more convenient and more indispensable to the mobile professional.

To be in the running, all you need to do is visit and subscribe.

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When you subscribe, we'll let you know when each episode drops and you'll be the first to know about Big Rigs Podcast giveaways and special events.

The promotional period of the competition is December1, 2017, to January19, 2018.

The competition will be drawn at 10am on January 22, 2018 at the corner of Mayne Rd and Campbell St, Bowen Hills, QueenslandQld, 4006.

Winners will be announced in the Big Rigs newspaper edition on February 9 2018. The total prize value is $1155 (including GST).

Entry is open to all per anent residents of Australia.

Visit competitionterms for full competition terms and conditions.

The promoter is The Queensland Times Pty Ltd ('the promoter') of 260 Brisbane Street, West Ipswich, Queensland 4305.

Permit number: NSW/LTPS/17/20183.

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