8. General Conditions: In the event that the operation, security, or administration of the Sweepstakes is impaired in any way for any reason, including, but, not limited to, fraud, virus or other technical problem, the Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, either: (a) suspend the Sweepstakes to address the impairment and then resume the Sweepstakes in a manner that best conforms to the spirit of these Official Rules; or (b) cancel the Sweepstakes and award the prizes in a random drawing from among all eligible entries received up to the time of the impairment. The Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual it finds to be tampering with the entry process or the operation of the Sweepstakes or to be acting in violation of the Official Rules of this or any other promotion, or in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner. Any attempt by any person to undermine the legitimate operation of the Sweepstakes may be a violation of criminal and civil law, and, should such an attempt be made, the Sponsor reserves the right to seek damages from any such person to the fullest extent permitted by law. The Sponsor's failure to enforce any term of these Official Rules shall not constitute a waiver of that provision.
The Billabong Win a Trip to the 2018 Pipe Masters Sweepstakes will award one Grand Prize Winner a trip for 2 to Honolulu, Hawaii to attend the 2018 Billabong Pipe Masters event in Oahu, Hawaii where the winner and guest will have VIP access to this event. The Vacation Sweepstakes Prize Package includes: 2 round trip coach tickets for winner and guest; 3 night hotel accommodations at Turtle Bay; Billabong prize pack; and $400 in spending cash - Win Money, 2018 Cash Sweepstakes, Sports Tickets Sweepstakes.
You might be following some promising accounts, but there's still a chance you'll miss opportunities amid all the online noise. To avoid this, you can set up pings for keywords that will help filter your tweets and emails. When running a search in Tweetdeck, I generally include terms such as "giveaway," "RT to win," or "win tickets" that are most likely to be included in a social media manager's promotion message. You could also specify a target item, whether it's a newly released book, travel, or electronics.
Trolling is encouraged, and even protected by the moderators, as long as it is done by members whose views they agree with. Even when the person trolling publicly admits they are doing so and openly baits other members in hopes to stir up responses and getting the other member banned. If you are not white, Christian, and heterosexual, you are not welcomed and you will be quickly driven away or banned. And again, any attempt to contact the owner or his girlfriend about this on going problem is ignored.
Let's face it: you're already bingeing anyway, so why not get rewarded for it? Viggle listens for your music and TV shows and recognizes what it hears, giving you points for each song and show it can identify. You can convert those points into gift cards, cash or prizes, but be warned: it takes a while to accumulate enough points to cash out. Rihanna's "Desperado" only merits two points, but it takes 20,000 to get a $20 Amazon gift card.
Among the most popularly known sweepstakes in the United States were the American Family Publishers Sweepstakes (now defunct), Publishers Clearing House and Reader's Digest Sweepstakes, each of which strongly persuaded entrants to purchase magazine subscriptions by placing stickers on contest entry cardstock while promising multimillion-dollar (annuity) winners who will be "announced on TV." The American Family Publishers sweepstakes used paid advertisements during NBC's The Tonight Show to announce its grand prize winners (for many years, its celebrity spokesman was Ed McMahon). All three companies eventually paid fines and penalties to a variety of states who initiated legal actions against them. Of those three companies only Publishers Clearing House continues to use sweepstakes as a promotional device, and as recently as 2010 paid $3.5 million to settle charges that it had violated the terms of a 2001 multi-state agreement for which it was fined $34 million.
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Stephanie Beaver began sweeping after the birth of her daughter, who required neo-natal intensive care that resulted in a $30,000 medical bill. Breanna Pollard, a college student in Texas, sweeps to offset the cost of tuition and textbooks. But sweeping isn't quite as reliable as a paycheck. "You can't choose what you win," says Lesley Gagnon, a 45-year-old in Iowa, noting that gift cards and prize packages won't pay your rent.
TyneC won 208 $5 Perdue product coupons and a pop up food truck party, all worth $7,540 from the Perdue Something Big is Coming sweepstakes, two silicon rings worth $80 from Groove Life, assorted prizes (pizza hut discounts, and fat head discounts, and $40 to the NFL shop) from They Win You Score sweepstakes, and her husband won a tablet PC worth $599 from the DeCa Back to School sweepstakes, and two $50 cards to the commissary.