My Book World Sweepstakes

Added on Sunday, March 15, 2009 in Single Entry, Trips | LoadingAdd to favorites (Browse my favorites)

EligibilityMy Book World Sweepstakes is open to all legal U.S. and Canada residents (other than residents of Quebec) (“Region 1”) and all EU/EEA Member States residents (“Region 2”) 18 years of age and older at the promotion start date.

Promotion Period : All entries must be received between 12:01 a.m. Eastern time on March 9, 2009 and 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on April 30, 2009 (the “Promotion Period”).

How To Enter : Go to www.wdpromotion.com to submit your entry.

Limit :   Only one entry per person.

Prize (s):

One Grand Prize : The Grand Prize Winner will win a trip to the city of his or her choice around the world. The prize has a maximum value of $5000 (US Dollars) for the purchase of airfare and hotel accommodation, to be selected and booked by Western Digital Travel department.

In addition, 8 Weekly Prize Winners for each of Region 1 and Region 2, one each week during the 8-week Promotion Period, will be drawn randomly from all eligible entries from each Region (for a total of 16) received during the Promotion Period and prior to the applicable drawing.  Each Weekly Prize Winner will receive a My Book World Edition 1 TB drive (Model: WDH1NC10000N) (ARV: $229.99).  Therefore, there will be 8 Weekly Prize Winners from Region 1.

Winners :

Each Winner’s first name and last name will be posted on www.wdpromotion.com website, after the Winner has been notified and his/her eligibility confirmed and prize redeemed. To receive the Winners list, send a self-addressed stamped envelope by April 15, 2009 to: Western Digital Attn: My Book World Sweepstakes Winners List, 20511 Lake Forest Drive, Lake Forest, California 92630.

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