We have twenty new Netflix gift card winners right here


You know how this goes — someone gives us something to give away, and we give it away. With (almost) no strings attached. Our latest stringless wonder is a fine set of Netflix gift cards. Twenty of them, to be precise, worth R250 each. And we’re giving each one of them to a different winner, so they can Netflix and whatever for at least a month. Possibly two and a bit, if you’re on the most basic Netflix plan. The point, of course, is that you won’t have to pay for Netflix for a while.

And the time has finally come for us to announce the twenty different winners. That’s not our record for a single competition but it’s right up at the top for most winners ever. That’s a milestone, right? Sure, but less interesting that an actual list of winner’s names, which we’re going to get to in just a second.

But first, a spot of legal stuff that needs to be taken care of.

You can find most of this info is on the Terms and Conditions page, but there are some things we like to get out of the way early. Here’s how we pick our winners: Potential winners’ names are drawn randomly by a computer. Once the name has been drawn, the entry is examined by a human to make sure it’s valid. If it’s not (which sometimes happens) the computer has another go. That’s it. Unless you work for Stuff Magazine in one way or another, in which case you are disqualified before you even start.

And now, on with the list! Here are our winners:

Kogen Naicker
Janine Smith
Dihan Blom
Nelson De Freitas
Mohamed Asmall
Nicole Goss
Gilbert Roland
Sipho Mahlangu
Sunita Darman
Matthew Richmond
Penina Berkowitz
Sharlene Vallance
Duncan Klassen
Gadi Cohen
Freda Nelson
Danielle Snyders
Oliver Rowe
Melantheran Samuel Naidoo
Aubrey Muvhango
Sthe Skosana

Congratulations to all of our Netflix gift card winners. All of your info has been given to Netflix and they should be getting in touch soon. As for everyone else, stick around. We’ve always got something new on the horizon.


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Brett writes for Stuff's digital platform and edits Stuff's print magazine, in between reading science fiction and every Batman comic he can get his hands on.

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