Tide HE-Haier Promotion

Added on Friday, April 22, 2011 in Daily Entry, Home & Garden | LoadingAdd to favorites (Browse my favorites)

Eligibility : Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, who, as of the last day of the month prior to the date of entry, are 18 years of age or older.

Promotion Period : Begins 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on 4/15/2011 and ends 5:00 p.m. ET on 6/3/2011

Enter At : tidehe-haier-promotion.com

Limit : Limit one Grand Prize entry per person during the Promotion Period. Limit of one instant win chance per person per day.

Prize (s) :

(1) Grand Prize — A Haier® Washer and Dryer (specific model to be determined by Sponsor) (ARV of Grand Prize $1,648).

(100) Instant Win Prizes (two per day): A year’s supply of Tide HE, awarded in the form of a coupon booklet that contains ten (10) coupons each redeemable for any Tide HE product (up to 32-loads). The ARV of each Instant Win Prize is $80. The approximate odds of winning an Instant Win Prize are 1: 1,390.

Winner List : For the names of the winners, available after 5/31/2011, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope by 6/17/2011, to: The Tide HE-Haier Promotion Winners, c/o Don Jagoda Associates, Inc. (Attn: BG), 100 Marcus Drive, Melville, NY 11747.

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Comments (2 Messages)

Linda Lopez
Apr 25, 2011 21:56

This set of washer and dryer haier is really neat -I like to win it cause mine is not wrling right it will not fill the water up to where it should and there’s not enough water coming out for all my clothes–I know a new set of washer-dryer would be alot better than one I have now

May 28, 2012 0:20

good while it lastsout of 5 starsPicked up this machnie last winter because I needed a ventless dryer for my small laundry room and loved the idea of having a machnie that combined washing and drying functions. Being just my husband and I, we don’t go through a ton of laundry in a week two or three loads in this little washer was a standard week for us.About six months in, the dryer stopped working. Oh, it still ran and ran and ran but just didn’t dry the clothes. They actually seemed more wet, if that’s possible. I figured out that it was a broken heating element, and after hearing about negative experiences with customer service, opted not to have it repaired (though it was still under warranty), and use it just as a washer and air dry clothes.Now, I’m wondering whether it’s even getting my clothes clean. We have a yellow labrador retriever and lots of dark clothes, and it seems like every load of laundry has more dog hair on it once it comes out than when it goes in And the lint trap ugh, I don’t even know what to say about that. Each time I open it, I must be prepared with several towels and a bucket, because it holds no lint, just a bunch of water which has probably voided my warranty, anyway. For now, I continue to use it as a washer because it fits the space well, and it’s 120V. Otherwise ugh. Well, it’s energy efficient, so that’s something I suppose.

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