Some kickin' prizes this week for faithful readers of the

Daily News.

You might win a Gibson Les Paul guitar, a Nintendo Wii, or be treated like a VIP at the Philadelphia Sports Fans Choice Awards.

Here are the details:

To promote the holiday film "Alvin and the Chipmunks," the Daily News and Twentieth Century Fox are giving away a Nintendo Wii along with the Chipmunks video game to play on it. Our grand-prize winner also gets a basket of sweet treats from Goodie Good Gumdrops of Swedesboro, N.J.

The first prize in our "Alvin" contest is an iPod Nano and a limited-edition movie sweatshirt. Ten more winners get "Alvin" prize packs and family four-packs to an advance screening of the movie. "Alvin" opens Dec. 14.

In a contest sure to appeal to the rabid Philly sports fan (is there any other kind?), two readers will win all-access passes to attend this year's Sports Fans Choice Awards, a gala dinner event with local sports luminaries and legends on Dec. 17.

And finally, to promote the Fox Searchlight film "Juno," we're giving away a Gibson Les Paul Standard guitar, a rock 'n' roll icon. Ten more winners will get "Juno" soundtracks and passes to a special screening of the film, which opens in select theaters on Dec. 14.

To play all our contests, go to www.contests.

Linda Spiegel of Swarthmore is the lucky Daily News reader who attended the New York premiere of Johnny Depp's "Sweeney Todd" on Monday night. The film opens in Philadelphia on Dec. 21.

And the winner of a backstage tour of the Philadelphia Zoo is Alexis Moore Bruton, of Philadelphia. She won the zoo tour for four, plus passes for four to a screening of "The Golden Compass," starring Nicole Kidman and Sam Elliott. The film opens Friday.

Ten more readers won passes to a screening of "The Golden Compass." They are: Ray Poole, Roslyn; Katherine Hamlin-Williams, Maria Landi, Joseph Petroski and Elissa Gangemi, all of Philadelphia; Linda Dickerson, Marlton, N.J.; Brenda Burg, Collingswood, N.J.; Dianna Panarello, Williamstown, N.J.; Edward Early, Norristown; and Susan Senderling, Atco, N.J. *