Wednesday, July 01, 2009

FREE Brass Boston Coin Box with orders over $125! - OVER

The promotion is now over......all freebie Boston Box items were given away within a matter of eight days! Thanks to all who participated in this promotion! We will have more soon!

FREE Brass Boston Coin Box with orders over $125 for a limited time!

From now until they sell out, orders that are over $125.00 will automatically receive a free "Brass Boston Coin Box!" This normally retails for $25.00 by itself, but we are throwing it in for free for qualifying orders on this special promotion.

Effect: With this box, the magician can do several coin tricks including: vanishing, penetration, and appearing among many others. The box is beautifully precision machined and full of dazzling diamond cuts to make it stand out! As part of the typical coin magic collection, this brass box will serve you splendidly for years to come!

Effect is beautifully packaged and includes complete illustrated instructions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish!

NOTE: This item will be automatically added to your shopping cart if your order qualifies!

Rules and Regulations:

  • Only valid on first 36 orders over $125.00. No exceptions! Thank you for understanding. This includes orders which were placed prior to this promotion but still haven't been processed/shipped yet.
  • The amount spent cannot be added from more than one order. Having two separate orders at $75.00 each doesn't qualify you for the $125.00 freebie.
  • The freebies apply to the TOTAL amount you SPEND (after any discounts are applied). Tax and shipping charges do not count towards the total. An order of $120.00 with $5.00 shipping does not qualify for the $125.00 freebie because only $120.00 was spent on products.

Once it's over, the promotion will be removed and the item will not be automatically added to your shopping cart. We have put a counter on the front of our page so that you can see a real time display of how many are left!

NOTE: Engraving design on brass box may vary slightly from what's pictured above.

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