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The bag itself is a Timbuk2 Vert Backpack in two-tone light blue/black. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

Superman and Batman. Cable and Deadpool. Spiderman and Wolverine. These are some of the most legendary and cherished – if sometimes improbable – team-ups the world has ever seen. Well, we’ve got one more to add to the list because The edge and the strategist are teaming up to give you the chance to win a backpack full of useful tech toys and gadgets.

This is one of the largest sweepstakes we’ve ever offered, which only fits if you have two publications that cover a wide range of technology, culture, and smart internet shopping. We’ve gathered a ton of swag and free tech and packed it into a sleek light blue Timbuk2 Vert backpack. The value of this giveaway totals about $937, including the bag, which is made from sturdy canvas with up to 22 liters of internal volume and room to store a laptop up to 17 inches.


Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge
It can be anything! Well, anything that fits in a backpack.

So, how do you stand a chance of winning this? It’s simple and you have three ways to enter. First enter your details below to win one regular entry. Then you can get up to two additional listings by following @VergeDeals and @strategist on Twitter (one entry for each). And of course three chances are better than one.

You have until 10am ET / 7am PT Wednesday, October 19, to enter the raffle, and a winner will be selected at random and contacted within seven days of that. Receive your entries and shoot your chance for this fun bag of stuff. Good luck!

PURCHASE NOT REQUIRED. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. The raffle starts at 10:00 AM ET on 9/21/2022 and ends at 10:00 AM ET on 10/19/2022. Open to legal residents of the 50 states of the US and Washington DC, who are of age and have internet access and a valid email address. Odds of winning are dependent on the number of eligible entries received. Additional eligibility restrictions apply depending on the official rules. Official rules, which apply, can be found here: Official Rules. Sponsor Privacy Policy

Sponsor: Vox Media, LLC, 1201 Connecticut Ave., 12th Floor, Washington DC 20036


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