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What Is The Cheap Sheds Shed Contest?
And What Does It Mean To You?

The Cheap Sheds Shed Contest is a contest to find the best, most creative and funniest ways to use a garden shed. The people of Australia have sent in their best uses (displayed below) of their shed and this contest allows you to be the judge on who has used their shed in the best, most creative and funniest way.

Win your own Garden Shed!

We want to give you the opportunity to win your own garden shed and help Australia find out! Not only will you win a garden shed but the winning contestant at 8:00 pm on 29 may 2011 wins $1000 cash kindly offered by Absco Sheds and an Apple iPad 2 with 3G and Wi-Fi worth $949 offered by Spanbilt!



Vote in our Cheap Sheds Shed Contest and Win your own Garden Shed!

There are 3 ways in which you can ‘vote’ to determine to the winner of this contest

  • Like their entry via the Facebook like button – 1 vote
  • Tweet their entry via the Twitter gadget – 1 vote
  • Comment on their post – 1 vote (only the first comment counts from the same person)

For each like, tweet and comment you are helping that contestant to win and for each comment, you increase your chances to win your very own garden shed.

Win one of these 2 Garden Sheds by commenting on your favourite shed story below

3m x 3m Absco Zincalume garden shed home delivered worth $ 778 (offered by Absco sheds)

2.8m x 2.8m Spanbilt Yardsaver G88 garden shed in Rivergum or Smooth Cream colour also home delivered worth $686 (this is kindly offered by Spanbilt).

Thank you for participating and make sure you have fun!

P.S. Don’t forget, there are 2 FREE sheds up for grab, so make sure you leave a comment for at least one of the contestants.

P.S.S. Feel free to let your friends know about this page as they might thank you later if they win one of the shed that we are giving away…

Terms and Conditions: maximum of 3 points to any participant/person. Winning comments must be located in Australia.

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