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What to get the guy or girl who has everything? The gift of unlimited TV watching, that’s what! Hulu Plus is offering gift cards this holiday season, allowing you to give friends and family three or six months of unlimited access to shows like The Colbert Report, New Girl, Nashville and more. The streaming service even offers movies — The Red Balloon and The Heathers among them — and starting in January 2013, classic episodes of I Love Lucy, Star Trek and more. Pick up the gift cards — $23.97 for three months or $47.94 for six — at Target, Best Buy, Walmart.com or the Microsoft store. Your favorite couch potato will thank you. Hey Twitter followers: Want to enter for a chance to win some gift cards? Read on!
We’re going to pick six lucky winners to receive three- or six-month gift cards to Hulu Plus! Simply Tweet us a link to a photo of your favorite TV star on People.com; the first four eligible responders will receive a six-month gift card, and the fifth and sixth eligible entrants will each win a three-month gift card. Open only to those to whom this Tweet has been addressed, provided that entrant is a legal U.S. resident age 19 or older at the time of entry. Limited to one entry per Twitter account. Six Twitter users who submit the required entry will be chosen in chronological order to receive a three- or six-month Hulu Plus gift card, which each have an approximate retail value (ARV) of $23.97 and $47.94, respectively. Sponsor(s) not responsible for any damage to computer equipment related to participating in this promotion. Items being distributed are not transferable or redeemable for cash. Consumers who obtain items are responsible for any and all taxes. Promotion begins at 12:01 a.m. ET or EST on 12/10/2012 and ends at 11:59 P.M. ET or EST on 12/11/2012. PEOPLE StyleWatch will contact the winners by a Twitter direct message on or before 12/12/2012. Employees of PEOPLE StyleWatch, Time Inc., Hulu Plus, or any related companies are not eligible to enter or win. The winner(s) may be required to complete an affidavit of eligibility and waiver of liability before prize(s) can be awarded. Void where prohibited by law.