Encrypta Gifts Offers Non-Finalists of 'The Da Vinci Code Quest' Another Option for Owning a Cryptex

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The conclusion of "The Da Vinci Code Quest" on Google prompts Encrypta Gifts to make a special offer to all Quest participants.

Encrypta Gifts has announced a special discount on its Encrypta cryptex for all participants in Phase 1 of "The Da Vinci Code Quest" on Google which ended today (official rules available at http://tinyurl.com/r42st).

To qualify for the Final Phase of the contest, participants in the Quest needed to be one of the first 10,000 to complete a series of 24 daily, skill based puzzles. Quest finalists will receive the Final Puzzle Challenge and a replica of the cryptex used in "The Da Vinci Code" movie (cryptex image available at http://tinyurl.com/lcmzp - bottom of page) by May 18th.

Allen Oelschlaeger, one of the founders of Encrypta Gifts, successfully completed Phase 1 of the Quest and is, therefore, familiar with the difficulty of correctly answering all 24 puzzles. He said, "Completing the Quest was such a challenge we decided to do something special for all the participants. We wanted everyone to have the opportunity to own a cryptex, not just the first 10,000 who completed the contest."

Quest participants can learn how to verify their participation and get a 40% discount on an original Encrypta cryptex by going to http://www.EncryptaGifts.com/quest.

da Vinci is believed to have invented the cryptex as an instrument for delivering private messages. Such "keep-safe" devices required knowledge of a secret code to gain access to a hidden chamber inside. When someone purchases an Encrypta cryptex, they select a 7-character secret code, which is custom laser-etched into the cryptex's rotating wood tumblers. To get access to the inner cavity, the tumblers must be aligned in the correct sequence matching the secret code.

Encrypta Gifts, based in Wisconsin, creates gift items that help people make a personal connection with each other. The company's Encrypta cryptex, priced at $79.95, can be custom ordered at http://www.EncryptaGifts.com or by calling 866-254-3812.

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