Each Quertle life preserver has a unique 4-digit number, such as "1234".
Check the Quertle Coaster Contest notice on the Results page each week to see if your number matches
the one in the image.
If it does, you win a prize (such as a $50 gift card, actual prize may vary).
You may also elect to have Quertle donate the value of the prize to the charity of your choice
if you are unable to accept the prize.
The winning number will be updated frequently until the contest ends.
If your Quertle coaster matches the 4-digit number, use the form below to let us know.
You must enter the full 8-character code (4 numbers plus 4 letters, e.g., 1234-ABCD) that is on the preserver,
so we know you really have the winning coaster.
And, don't forget to give us your contact information so we can send you your prize.
You must report your winning number within three (3) days of it appearing on the site.
Visit the Quertle booth at the following meetings to pick up your free coaster:
Medical Library Association: Minneapolis, MN, May 13-18, 2011
Special Libraries Association: Philadelphia, PA, June 12-15, 2011
Society for Neuroscience: Washington, DC, Nov 12-16, 2011
You can also get a Quertle coaster by asking us using the form below.
We'll send you one. They're free! And, they're quite useful as coasters.
Note that outside North America, we will send you a "virtual" coaster by email.
When you request a coaster, we will also add you to Quertle's newsletter mailing list
so that you can receive Quertle's famous Search Trends Reports,
learn about updates to the site and coaster contest specials, and receive
other relevant information. You may unsubscribe at any time
and your contact information will never be sold.
Watch for additional Coaster Contest winning numbers by following Quertle on
Quertle retains the right to cancel the Coaster Contest at any time.
Quertle, at its sole discretion, may substitute a different prize of equal value.
Employees, contractors, or other affiliates of Quertle or their immediate family members are not eligible to participate.
They are welcome to enjoy the useful coasters, though.
Quertle coasters are not suitable for eating and should not be given to biomedical researchers under the age of 3.