Sennheiser runs pre-Black Friday treasure hunt for free gift codes (psst, we have one)

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Sennheiser is giving away prizes, including its latest Momentum wireless headphones and earbuds and new Ambeo Mini soundbar, every Thursday for three weeks. But you have to work play for it...

In Australia and New Zealand, Sennheiser is now running a 'treasure hunt', giving you the chance to find hidden secret codes across participating sites (including Amazon, Sennheiser and – yes – What Hi-Fi?) and register them as entries into the competition. Sennheiser says that the more codes you submit, the better your chances are of winning, though note that each code can only be entered once per person. 

If the opportunity to win five-star headphones and soundbars wasn't a big enough pull, how about an "ultra-exclusive", custom-made, black-and-gold version of the HD 820 audiophile headphones and HDV 820 amplifier? Indeed, that AU$7000 combo is the grandest of grand prizes being offered.

The hunt is live now, with winners being announced every Thursday until 22nd November. So what are you waiting for?

Want to start strong? You should probably take a read of our Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Plus review and new Inside the Sennheiser factory feature (hint: codes look like this – ‘HUNT1A2B3').


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