Sony has launched a campaign to win points worth 100,000 yen that can be used at the official online store. It can be used to purchase the SIM-free version of Xperia.
Points equivalent to 100,000 yen will be awarded to 5 people
Sony is holding a “My Sony ID Campaign” where 5 winners will win Sony Points equivalent to 100,000 yen by lottery from September 1st (Thursday) to October 3rd (Monday) at 1:00 pm.
Sony regularly conducts this campaign, and the application condition is to apply with a resident in Japan and “My Sony ID”. If you win, you will receive an email from Sony around mid-October.
If you apply through the My Sony app, your chances of winning will be tripled. The My Sony app can be downloaded from the link below.
Current price: Free
* The price of the app is the price at the time of writing the article. Before installing, please check the display price on the “App Store”.
Until the August campaign, the winning probability was doubled by sharing the sign-in ID of the Sony Group account such as My Sony ID and PlayStation Network, but in this month’s campaign, Only applying is a condition that increases the probability of winning.
Can be used to purchase Sony products
Sony points, which are prizes for the campaign, can be used at Sony’s official online store, etc., and can be used to purchase SIM-free versions of Xperia such as Xperia 1 III and Xperia 5 III, and wireless earphones LinkBuds S. In addition, Sony’s official online store sells a wide range of Sony products such as TVs and cameras.
The Xperia 5 IV, which was announced on September 1st, has not yet been released at the time of writing, so it cannot be purchased. In addition, sales of the carrier version will take precedence, and it may take time to sell the SIM-free version on Sony’s online store.
Sony has posted a tweet on its official Twitter account calling for participation in the campaign.
A campaign where Sony points “100,000 yen worth” will be won by lottery for 5 people starts today! If you do not have a My Sony ID, you can apply immediately by registering (free). https://t.co/SEXvjYQedspic.twitter.com/aGDHgRZWnj
—Sony (Japan) (@sony_jpn) September 1, 2022
Source: iPhone Mania