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#DigiPrize

Digi-Key Electronics wrote 06/27/2016 at 18:37 • 1 min read • Like

Get Parts. Get Designing. It all starts with a Digi-Key Box.

PICK ‐ A Digi-Key product*

SHARE ‐ Your HackadayPrize project link

WIN ‐ Awesome stuff

* Your gift must be a single in-stock Digi-Key product and cannot exceed $100 USD.

** Gift is not limited to parts used in your Hackaday Prize design.

Details ---> http://www.digikey.com/digiprize

Complete Rules --> http://ow.ly/EW4w301KYne

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 10/03/2016 at 20:25 point

Congratulations to Jarek L, our #DigiPrize winner! We will contact you shortly.  Jarek's project can be found here --> http://dky.bz/2dnvMp6

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 09/19/2016 at 19:01 point

Congratulations to our next winner khalilnallar!  We will contact you shortly.

khalilnallar's project can be found here -->  http://dky.bz/2cXfTEr

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 09/06/2016 at 17:21 point

Congratulations to our next winner Ted Y!  We will contact you shortly.

Brenda's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/PInt303WTc9

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/29/2016 at 21:26 point

Congratulations to our next winner Brenda A!  We will contact you shortly.

Brenda's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/o4Ar303HhHT

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Yann Guidon / YGDES wrote 08/12/2016 at 22:13 point

@Sophi Kravitz

There is a discrepancy between the emailed "howto" and
the official rules by digikey:

Le 2016-08-12 23:57, Sophi Kravitz a écrit :
> WIN $100 IN PARTS THIS WEEK FROM DIGI-KEY [1]
> If you've entered the 2016 Hackaday Prize, you can win $100 from
> Digi-Key. It's two super easy steps, here's how:
> 1. Pick a product that's < $100 from Digi-Key [2]
> 2. Tweet a link to the product, the link to your Hackaday Prize
> project and tag #DigiPrize
> 3. Win! Digi-key picks one winner per week at random

Step 2 is not mentioned by Digikey, see
http://www.digikey.com/en/resources/social/digi-prize
Which is not really a problem: I don't (want to) use twitter.

Any clarification from @Digi-Key Electronics ?

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Sophi Kravitz wrote 08/12/2016 at 23:08 point

Looks like you don't have to use Twitter according to these rules. But we'll wait for Digi-Key to confirm.

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robert.c.baruch wrote 08/13/2016 at 17:18 point

Also, it shouldn't be "win $100 in PARTS", but in PART, since you get one part.

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/15/2016 at 14:58 point

Hi Yann - You do not have to tweet a link, however there is an option to send out a tweet after you have submitted your entry.  I hope that this helps clarify.  Please let us know if you have any questions :)

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ottoragam wrote 08/12/2016 at 15:49 point

Does my project need to be exclusively a Hackaday Prize entry?

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/12/2016 at 18:33 point

Hello - Yes your project will need to be entered in the Hackaday Prize to be eligible for the #DigiPrize.  

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/08/2016 at 18:52 point

Congratulations to our next winner Patrick V!  We will contact you shortly.

Patrick's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/E61j3032IUb

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/02/2016 at 14:16 point

Congratulations to our next winner Norbert H!  We will contact you shortly.

Norbert's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/sJgN302QmhZ

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Norbert Heinz wrote 08/02/2016 at 18:58 point

Many thanks for the sensors! It's another small step for my robot but (hopefully becomes) a giant leap for robotics. You can drive my robots at:

http://homofaciens.de/robospatium_en.htm

I will leave another comment as soon as the test run of R5 with the installed part takes place.

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Mark Kuhlmann wrote 07/25/2016 at 20:35 point

Rules say "Only one entry per person per day", can we enter the same project everyday for more chances to win, or is it one project only per person?

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 08/02/2016 at 14:14 point

Hello Mark - Absolutely you can enter each day.  You can either enter the same project each day or you can enter a different one daily.  Let me know if you have any questions.

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 07/25/2016 at 18:36 point

Congratulations to our next winner Chuck G!  We will contact you shortly.

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 07/18/2016 at 18:32 point

Congratulations to our next winner FiZiX!  We will contact you shortly.

Ian's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/DCEl302mC2o

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 07/11/2016 at 19:46 point

Congratulations to our next winner Antonio R!  We will contact you shortly.

Antonio's project can be found here -->  http://ow.ly/VgPk3028Len

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Antonio Regueira wrote 07/12/2016 at 18:25 point

Thanks for your sponsor!!

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 07/05/2016 at 18:40 point

Congratulations to our next winner Kaspar E!  We will contact you shortly.

Kaspar's project can be found here --> https://hackaday.io/project/11871-kitnic

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K.C. Lee wrote 06/27/2016 at 18:53 point

Can you clarify the following for the registration?  The rules actually do not cover these.
Is it a digikey part# for something that the project used or a part# for the prize?
Does the project needs to be in the 2016 contest?

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 06/27/2016 at 19:02 point

Hello KC - Thank you for the great feedback - we will work on expanding the rules section to clarify.  Yes your project will need to be in the 2016 contest. Then you can pick an in-stock Digi-Key part# and then visit the link above to register your project and part.  Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way.  

Edit:  We will announce each weeks winner on the following Monday at 2:00 pm CDT 

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K.C. Lee wrote 06/27/2016 at 19:07 point

I am waiting for the answer to the part# question.  Which one is it referring to?  a or b?

a) a part# that is used in the project
b) a part# that I want as a prize

Logically, it should be (a), but (b) might make some sense too.
A single prize is not as useful as a $100 worth of credits towards an order for a bunch of smaller parts.

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 06/27/2016 at 19:10 point

My apologies, it is a part# that you will be using in your project.  I can check into the other and get back to you asap

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K.C. Lee wrote 06/27/2016 at 19:13 point

Thanks.  I added my entry.  :)

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Digi-Key Electronics wrote 06/27/2016 at 18:39 point

Congratulations to our first winner Daniel F!  We will contact you shortly.

Daniel's project can be found here --> https://hackaday.io/project/10304-pressdrill-9000

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