Contest: Yu-Gi-Oh! Giveaways with Starter Deck XYZ Symphony and 2012 Premium Tins (updated)

Yu-Gi-Oh! fans, welcome to our first giveaway. We have some of the new Yu-Gi-Oh! Starter deck XYZ Symphony which was released today, as well as the 2012 Premium Collection Tin. Thanks to Konami for providing these items.

The Starter Deck: Xyz Symphony also is the first set to use the new style for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG, which has a larger image and a faint new look, along with 4 brand new Djinn XYZ monsters and another chance to get Number 39: Utopia in this 43 card set ($9.99 retail).

The 2012 Premium Collection Tin features 23 cards and has 2 variant cards, Elemental HERO The Shining and Number 34: Terror-Byte. Plus it has 12 more cards per tin in a 23 card set, including Masked Hero’s, new Synchros and classic Yu-Gi-Oh! monsters that were never released ($9.99 Retail).

Here’s how to enter:

It’s pretty easy, tell us why you like playing Yu-Gi-Oh!, how you got into it or your experiences with the game, or heck even tell us your favorite deck and why and we’ll will choose our four favorite responses.

Post your message in the comment sections below and tell your friends. The more popular these get, the more we can hold in the future,

1st and 2nd place: 1x 2012 Premium Collection Tin and 1x Starter Deck: Xyz Symphony

3rd place and 4th place: 1 x Starter Deck: Xyz Symphony

5th place: 1x 2012 Premium Collection Tin

Contest ends 4/21 and Winners will be notified on 4/22. US and Canada only.

Thank you to everyone who participated, and we have selected our winners. Winners please contact me at cdelcastillo at with your shipping info

1st Zero-802

2nd Michael Anthony Gorman 

3rd GentleBen40

4th Shikaru777

5th rampagingpenguin

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.