3D Thursday | Final Week!
September 29, 2011 12:30 am
Find Great Deals on 3D Thursday!
The Renderosity MarketPlace is excited to bring you great offers in 3D for the remaining Thursday's left in September. For the rest of the month, you'll want to pay special attention to every Thursday as we'll be bringing you great offers that will only be available for 24 hours!
This Thursday's deal is for every order number that ends in '29' will receive a $25 Renderosity Gift Certificate. To qualify for this offer, purchases must have occured between 12am (cdt) on Thursday, September 29th through 11:59pm (cdt) on Thursday, September 29th.
As an added bonus, the last order of the day ending in '29' will receive a copy of Poser Pro 2010!
Below are some HOT products you can find right now in the MarketPlace!
- Blacksmith3D Texture Transformer Update
- Introducing Renderosity Magazine
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week - FAN ART
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week - Portraits
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week - Comics / Cartoons
- MAXON’s CINEMA 4D R16: An Excellent Upgrade
- NVIDIA Quadro K2200 Graphics Card in Review
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week - ZBrush
- Renderosity Gallery of the Week - Halloween Edition
- Autodesk Maya 2015 in Review
thanks for the great offer, but I wouldn't qualify for the bonus, as I'm some six hours ahead of renderosity's time, it'll be even worse for someone in Australia. Maybe it could have been put into a hat and randomly picked out to cover those ahead of time.
ONE out of every 100 orders gets something for this "deal" ?? I don't mean to look a gift horse (only for the 29th out of 100) in the mouth, but I think I'll go play the lottery instead. sorry - but once you realize the odds, I think this has got to be the least exciting "deal" ever.
It really isn't inspiring for me either, but guys, you ought to let your marketing department know you're skirting on the edges of legality with this one unless you provide a way to enter without having to buy anything. By definition you are running a paid lottery, and that tends to be frowned upon unless you are a charitable organization or the state itself.