Buy or renew a subscription to our magazine, The Annals of Improbable Research (AIR) by September 30th, and use the special code word when you do, and you will be entered in a drawing for 2 free tickets to the 2015 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony!
What’s the code word? It’s the theme of this year’s prize ceremony: FOOD.
NOTE: The exact date of the 2015 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony has not yet been announced – it will be held in Cambridge, MA in September or very early October. There is some additional fine print connected to this promotion. You can find that below.
NOTE ALSO: We hope that, by giving you the code word in this post, we can help you avoid the following sort of situation:
Some Fine Print: No purchase necessary to enter or win. Void where prohibited by law. Entry eligibility begins September 18, 2014 and ends September 30, 2014. Subscriptions using the special paper form or the code word “FOOD” on the online subscription form during the promotion dates are automatically entered. To enter without subscribing to AIR, please print your name and mailing address along with your phone number and/or email address on a 3″x5″ card or facsimile and mail it to Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony Ticket Drawing, Improbable Research, PO Box 380853, Cambridge, MA 02238 USA, postmarked by September 30, 2014. Accompanying limericks welcome, but not required. Winner will be notified by Friday, November 28, 2014, the day Ira Flatow hosts his annual recap of the Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony on public radio’s Science Friday. One set of 2 tickets to the 25th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony in 2015 will be awarded; the winner will chosen by random from the entries. Prize value: ~$150. Expenses not specifically included in prize description and all taxes are the sole responsibility of the winner. The exact date of the 2015 ceremony is TBD. Chance of winning depends on the number of entries. One entry per person. This “past & future issues of AIR” promotion is sponsored by Improbable Research, Inc., publisher of the Annals of Improbable Research.