Except where prohibited, Coordinating Sponsor reserves the right to make all decisions in its sole discretion arising out of or relating to the Sweepstakes, and the decisions by Coordinating Sponsor are final and binding on all matters relating to the Sweepstakes. Except where prohibited, you agree that: (a) any and all disputes, claims and causes of action arising out of, or connected with the Sweepstakes or any prize awarded shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action, and exclusively by the appropriate court located in the Eligibility Area; (b) any and all claims, judgments, and awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket costs incurred, including costs associated with entering the Sweepstakes, but in no event attorneys’ fees; and (c) notwithstanding the foregoing, you waive the right to claim any damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, punitive, consequential, direct, or indirect damages. All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these Official Rules, your rights and obligations, or the rights and obligations of Sponsors in connection with the Sweepstakes, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the United States of America and the Eligibility Area, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules (whether of the laws of the Eligibility Area or any other jurisdiction), which would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than the Eligibility Area.
Is Publishers Clearing House a real thing
I never hear or see the winner or the homes or PCH wondering now if this is all scam to buy products. My mom several times a year entered the PCH and bought stuff hundreds of dollars and then HGTV DYI same she waited and waited NOTHING NOTHING NO WORD she passed away and always hoped she could leave my son and family and myself I recently wedded my HS sweetheart 2017 my mom walked me down the aisle…. My husband and I would love to live in WY we have now close family or friends and we do watch all shows on TV living in the area
big y sweepstakes
Enter the Six Flags presents the Snickers® Hungry for Frights Sweepstakes. The prize consists of and is limited to only the following: (i) two (2) single-day admission tickets to one of the Participating Parks. Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”): $186.00). One (1) one-day parking pass to one of the Participating Parks; ARV: $25.00). One (1) Gold THE FLASH pass for two (2) (ARV: $160.00). Two (2) 2019 priority Six Flags Haunted Attraction wristbands, ARV $30/per wristband. One customized souvenir tombstone; (ARV: $100). One (1) digital photo pass, (ARV: $30.00). Two (2) Six Flags Season Passes to Six Flags theme park (ARV: $370.00). Snickers Brand candy (ARV: $50). ARV of the sweeps prize ($951.00). Six Flags presents the Snickers Hungry for Frights daily Sweepstakes ends October 3rd.
How much tax do you pay on a 1000 lottery ticket
The Grand Prize Winner will win the following (the “Grand Prize”): a trip for Grand Prize Winner and up to seven (7) guests to Los Angeles, California, consisting of: (i) round-trip coach class airfare for Grand Prize Winner and guests to and from Los Angeles from the major U.S. airport nearest Grand Prize Winner’s residence within the 50 United States and D.C.; (ii) seven (7) days/six (6) nights’ accommodations at the iconic “Brady House” in Studio City, California (the “Brady House”); (iii) Los Angeles tourism experiences for Grand Prize Winner and guests; (iv) daily maid service, personal concierge and catering services (for select meals) for the duration of stay; (v) courtesy shuttle to/from airport and for the duration of stay (if the Grand Prize Winner is local ground transportation will be arranged); (vi) $25,000 presented in the form of a check; and (vii) video features on HGTV’s social network channels. ARV of the Grand Prize: $64,670. ARV of all prizes: $68,670.
What is a sweepstakes award
Sweepstakes with large grand prizes tend to attract more entries regardless of the odds of winning. Therefore, the value of smaller prizes usually totals much less than that of the top prize. Firms that rely on sweepstakes for attracting customers, such as Publishers Clearing House and Reader's Digest, have also found that the more involved the entry process, the more entrants. Businesses often obtain marketing information about their customers from sweepstakes entries. Here, products are for free, and the company does not ask for specific knowledge for providing answers in the contests.