Sometimes really expect something awesome from you in order to win some Piggy Points. Right now, all you need to do is share the picture included in this article – et voilà: Five Piggy Points shall be yours.
It’s busy season concerning Piggy Points and we’re sure you have good use for them. Christmas is right around the corner and or “online shop”http://shop.lomography.com has some great cameras, films and other accessories that make great gifts. You can have five Piggy Points to use in our shop right now. Just share the picture below on some social media outlet and you have earned yourself five Piggy Points.
After sharing the photo, all you need to do is leave a comment below, telling us where you shared it.
Get going Lomographers! This little Piggy giveaway will only last until 18pm CET 14/12/2012.
You can only get piggies once, but that shouldn’t discourage you from tweeting, posting, pinning more than once!
These piggies will expire on the 20th of December, so once you have them, use them before you lose them!
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