Win some MVP discs!

By P.J. Harmer — Rattling Chains staff

OK, folks, it’s time to give away some more plastic.

And we have a couple of nice discs to give you this time, but before we get to that, let’s clean up our last giveaway.

You can win these MVP discs!

You can win these MVP discs! (photo by Steve Hill)

The winner of that awesome Rattling Chains prize pack was Erik J. Barzeski, whose twitter entry earned him the pack! Congrats, Erik. An e-mail will be sent and please get us the needed info within a few days, or we’ll have to re-draw for another winner!

And now, back to the task at hand.

We have two MVP discs, slightly used by Rattling Chains staffer Steve Hill for review purposes. Outside of that, they are slick and ready to add to your bag! So, hook it up and enter to win!

The discs:

  • An MVP Resistor (pink)
  • An MVP Volt, proton plastic (green)

The winner will be chosen at random by RaffleCopter at the end of the giveaway.

How it works: To gain entries, you have to do the items below. The first is mandatory — a comment on the blog — and you have to answer a question, which you can see when you click on that option. PLEASE answer that question as last time some people didn’t do so. We do this to make it fun and interactive.

Once you do that, the other items unlock and you can see what is there. You can earn more entries by tweeting each day, too. If you click on the tweet button under that option, there’s a tweet ready to go for you! Just make sure you’re already signed in.

Even better for those of you who follow us on social media or entered last month’s giveaway, the entries should be quicker and easier!

Enjoy and have fun! Good luck!

Enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
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If you have any comments, questions, thoughts, ideas or anything else, feel free to e-mail me and the crew at: pj@rattlingchains.com. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook!

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0 thoughts on “Win some MVP discs!

  1. Absolutely love MVP discs! I’ve hada green Ion putter for years until I just recently retired it from extensive use and wear. I loved the Ion’s predictability and reliability, and I’ve even used it off the tee a good bit on shorter holes. I’m curious as to how the resistor flies, and I love the pink!

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  2. Would love to try out some of the MVP discs. See them all over the course from the other players and they love them..Free ones would be a great introduction to MVP discs.

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  3. Like many of the earlier entries I have never tossed any MVP discs before. I would gladly put those two sexy flyers in the bag for a trial run.
    I am very glad to have stumbled onto this page and look foward to filling my tummy with some chunky DG info.
    May your only tacos today come after your rounds!

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    • That’s not something we keep posting about. If a person doesn’t claim, we redraw and contact the next person and so forth. The best way to check is go back to the original giveaway and see if the name is the same. If it remains the same, then it’s likely been claimed. If it’s changed, we went to a new person etc.

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  4. I love MVP discs and am very curious about the resistor. I love my neutron Volt and the Amp is my go to as long as there is no wind. Ive thrown the Shock and found it a little too overstable for me and I hope the Resistor could fill that hole in my bag. Love MVP plastic and can’t wait for the MAX DISTANCE DRIVERS

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  5. My favorite disc golf course is The Woodshed in, Paw Paw, WV. This course is a jewel nestled in the middle of no where. Leave your ego at the car cause these courses will eat you up a spit you out ten times over. Well established and just tough. This place provides a warm and welcoming environment, reasonable taxes for a round, and camping.

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  6. Come on RattlingChains, I lost my destroyer in the dreaded pond on 13 at Lakshore (Ypsilanti, MI) day before yesterday. I need something overstable to replace it

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