I am organizing a "Duit Syiling Giveaway" to all my readers starting today. You will have a chance to win a New Malaysia Coins. Three winners will be chosen using random.org poll system. The contest/Giveaway start today and will end until 12am (gmt +8, Malaysia time), 1 October 2011. All bloggers in this world are invited to join this giveaway. You can write in any language as long as people will understand your writing. You can also join my new Giveaway; duit lama giveaway.
Prize: 3 new Malaysia Commemorative Coins
Giveaway Terms & Condition:
1. Write a blog post with a title "Lunaticg Duit Syiling Giveaway" and give a link to this entry/post in your blog posts.
2. Your blog posts can be written in any language.
3. Tag at least 3 of your blogger friends in your post.
4. Comment in this entry with your written post url/permalink.
5. The contest will end 12am (gmt +8, Malaysia time), 1 October 2011.
6. Anyone with a blog a welcome to join. Only one entry per blog is allowed.
This is a chance for you to get a Free Malaysia New Commemorative Coins. Quick, write your post and send your permalink. Good luck to everyone.
Don't forget to join my new giveaway, duit lama giveaway.
I announce the lucky winners in this post; duit syiling giveaway winners.
Search this blog
Subscribe via email for free
Enter your email address below
Activate your subscription by clicking on the link in an email from us. We respect your privacy. You can unsubscribe anytime.
I am looking for a video about how to make counterfeit money in youtube. What I found is a shocking story how easy it is to make a counter...
Today I share with you Malaysia rare coin price and value Infographics. I am not very good at Infographics but will try to improve them nex...
I had been writing about "nilai duit lama" (Malaysia old currency value) a long time ago but still many of my readers, email me a...
I don't know why Malaysian are very easy to believe in scam. Most probably because of promise of high return. I had been sharing so man...
In September 2010, world's most expensive penny , a Lincoln cent struck in the wrong metal at the Denver Mint in 1943, has been sold f...