We’re giving a set of tickets to the Transformers Animatronics Exhibition to this person…

The good news is that all of the folks who entered for a shot at a set of double tickets to the Transformers Animatronics Exhibition, currently open at Centurion Mall, know their Transformers. Nary a one missed out on answering the completely pointless Bonus Question (and at least one of you supports the Decepticons). More than a few entrants are also completely snarky. Keep it up.

Sadly snark doesn’t influence our computer systems, which have ground up entries and spat out one person who will be getting access to the Transformers Animatronics Exhibition for themselves and one other person. Which they will enjoy immensely, because… Transformers.

Actually, we know that the Transformers are really an elaborate 80s mind-control plot hatched by toy company Hasbro to create an entire generation of people with money who will buy items that bear the Autobot or Decepticons logos (or Marvel, or Star Wars, or… you get the idea) at the drop. We just don’t care much, which is a testament to the extent of the brainwashing. Well done, Hasbro.

All that remains is the competition winner announcement. But first…

You can find most of our competition info on the Terms and Conditions page but there are a couple of items we like to get out of the way here. This is how the whole thing goes down every time we do one of these: Winner’s names are drawn randomly by a computer. Once the name has been drawn, the entry is examined by a human to make sure it’s valid. That’s it. Unless you work for Stuff Magazine in one way or another, in which case you were disqualified before you even started.

Right then, our winner is: Natasha Eden

Congratulations to you, Natasha and whoever you’re going to be taking with you to the Transformers Animatronics Exhibition. Keep your eyes peeled for an email so we can finalise your tickets. To everyone else that entered, there’s still time to nab some tickets to the event though you’re going to have to pay for them, we’re afraid.

Stuff South Africa's online editor and print assistant editor, Brett Venter has churned out more words on more titles than most journalists will in a career. He's kind of shy.

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