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Easy options to collectors and sci-fi fans

Trade & Exchange offers easy options to collectors and sci-fi fans

Trade & Exchange, Auckland’s icon trader publication, and its internet sister, T&E Online ( http://www.te.co.nz), will show off their wares at the Armageddon Pulp Culture Expo this weekend.

By visiting stands 11 and 12 at the entrance of New Zealand’s largest computer gaming and fantasy expo, visitors can review thousands of bargain trading cards and comics, games and consoles, books, magazines and movies either online or in the Trade & Exchange newspaper.

T&E Online enables online access to T&E bargains. It lists all the categories that make Trade & Exchange New Zealand’s first and best free classifieds paper. The T&E stand will be giving visitors the chance to check out T&E Online (www.te.co.nz), full of cool sci-fi and animation paraphernalia listings. Visitors can also grab a special edition of the Trade & Exchange paper for many examples of pulp culture listings.

Through a big T&E Online competition, visitors to the stand will also get the chance to win a Nokia cell phone or a Fuji digital camera from Parallel Imported Ltd, as well as vouchers and electronic games courtesy of Dick Smith Electronics. All competition entries will receive one week’s free online subscription to the latest T&E paper classifieds on http://www.te.co.nz.

So if you’re after fun and freebies, fantasy and fiction, or you want to meet your favourite Star Trek or Lord of the Rings actor – get along to T&E at Armageddon this weekend - Friday 16 and Saturday 17 April 9am until 6pm and Sunday 18 April 9am through to 5pm at the Aotea Centre, Auckland Central.

Visit http://www.te.co.nz or http://www.pulpexpo.com for more details.

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