Denny’s Grand Slam Bahamas Vacation Getaway

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Eligibility : The Denny’s Grand Slam Bahamas Vacation Getaway is open to U.S. legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and District of Columbia (“D.C.“). The Online Game is open only to those who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.

Promotion Period : The Denny’s Grand Slam Bahamas Vacation Getaway begins at 12:01 AM Eastern Time (“ET”) on July 14, 2009 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on August 31, 2009 (“Promotion Period”).

How To Enter : Visit www.grandslambahamas.com, follow the instructions to register and enter your Unique Code and click submit to play the Online Game.

Prize (s):

  • Free Food or Beverage Prizes: Average Retail Value (“ARV“) of Food Prizes are based on Denny’s nationwide average menu prices as of April 21, 2009. The approximate number of Game Pieces with each potential Free Food or Beverage Prize at the beginning of the Promotion and ARVs of each are: 2,400,000 Coca-Cola soft drinks (ARV: $1.99); 1,500,000 Pancake Puppies™ (serving of 6) (ARV: $1.99); 1,200,000 Coffees (ARV: $1.89); 600,000 Desserts (ARV: $2.99-$4.49); 300,000 Original Grand Slam® breakfasts (ARV: $5.99). Odds of winning any Free Food or Beverage Prize during the course of the Promotion Period are approximately 1 in 5.
  • Online Game Prizes: Forty-two (42) Online Game grand prizes each consisting of: (i) six (6) days/five (5) nights at the Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino in the Bahamas (1 room/double occupancy) and all hotel taxes and resort fees; (ii) round-trip economy class airfare for two (2) people; (iii) $100 in “Free Play Cash” (“FPC“) at the Crystal Palace Casino and (iv) and certificate for two (2) free rounds of golf at the Cable Beach Golf Club (collectively, the “Trip“) (ARV: $3,000).

Winners : For Trip winners list, (available after 11/1/09), send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Denny’s Grand Slam Bahamas Vacation Getaway Winners, PO Box 12789, Tallahassee, FL 32317. Requests must be received by 11/30/09.

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Comments (6 Messages)

Michael Regis
Jul 21, 2009 18:33

Denny’s and me are like this !!

HAROLD BENSON
Jul 24, 2009 14:59

Entered Grand Slam with 683XAQFLBJ and clicked spin and after 4 min 34 seconds gave up and tryed again -was then advised the number had been used.

?????????did i win or not as no results werre ever shown
“Ben”

Cara
Jul 30, 2009 20:17

I also entered my number and it kept saying spinning for quite a while then I went off to see if I was doing something wrong and it didn’t let me re enter my code so I don’t know if i won or not either.

Michelle
Aug 2, 2009 8:53

. The way I understand it is that if it says “potential winner”, then you have won, pending verification. I had one out of three tickets say that, and it has been nearly a week. It, apparently is either rigged or phony. I am awaiting a return email from an email I sent them, which will probably never come. Most companies say that once they verify, they will send it out. I win quite a few things online, but never anything of this supposed value. Up until this thing, I have gotten every single one, and even a couple that never even told me I had won. The prizes just ended up in my mailbox! So, unless I hear something by Monday, I will assume this to be fraud. You should all read the reviews on Yahoo! about that hotel. It really sounds like a dive anyway! And, actually, some people have felt it was dangerous there! They racked up charges for things people didn’t use., etc. And, unless you are a gambler, they say there is not much to do. They said that other hotels had a lot of activities. They also said that the hotel often takes over the beach for weddings, leaving you no where to go. Several reviews mentioned the hotel’s pool being closed! Then, when they filled the pool, they used the firehoses, and it made the alarms go off for hours until the pool was filled. They also said that they put a hold on your credit card for up to two weeks after you leave! And, that they charge for the maid to clean your room! Sounds pretty scary!

Michelle
Aug 17, 2009 16:37

After repeated emails to Denny’s, a representative did call me. She said that I did not have a winning number! I wonder why the one number that I had, had played differently (and said “potential winner”)than the ones that said that they were not winners (kept spinning)? Oh well, it’s one of those things that is just on the “honor system”, I guess. So, I guess those lucky people who do have winning numbers will be going! It would be interesting to hear from some of the actual winners. And, oh, btw, I have since then actually won a couple of other (small) prizes, by entering contests! You know, just because these things are put on by large corporations, doesn’t mean they are passed a little, shall we say, shenanigans-remember the McDonald’s Monopoly “problems”? I’m just saying, it can happen!

Dave Cohen
Aug 24, 2009 4:29

after reading the comments , I am convinced that it is a scam and will never go to denjny’s again for participating and publisizing and endorsing such a scam. I will not enter my numbers or, I repeat never, and I will let all my friends know that denny’s supports this scam, eat in another denny’s.
P.S. And don’t SELL my e-mail address

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