ZAGG Four Fantastic Destinations Sweepstakes
Last week, Crush Soda launched the Fantastic Four Game in order to promote both the new Fantastic Four movie, opening in theaters August 7th, and their beverage available in four fantastic flavors.
This week, ZAGG announced the Four Fantastic Destinations Sweepstakes, a promotion offering you the chance to win a fantastic escape to one of the following four destinations of your choice:
- Disappear for a week while you hide out and relax on a private island in the Caribbean.
- Get stretched and twisted on America’s tallest roller coaster.
- Feel the heat as you fly over active volcanoes of Hawaii.
- Scale peaks and scramble over boulders in Utah.
Which one would you choose? But first, you need to enter!
— ZAGG (@ZAGGdaily) July 6, 2015
Beginning on July 6, 2015, access the registration form by visiting zagg.com/fantasticfour. Once on the website, fill out the form by providing your first name, last name, email address, state, zip code, date of birth and phone number. Finally, submit the form as directed to earn one (1) entry into the Sweepstakes for that day.
You are allowed to return and enter daily through August 6, 2015, no later than 11:59pm ET, to improve your chances of winning by earning up to thirty-two (32) total entries.
The Grand Prize Winner, randomly selected on or about August 10, 2015, will have the opportunity to travel with a guest of his/her choice to one of the following destinations: Caribbean, Hawaii, Utah, Ohio.
Each trip includes round trip coach airfare, hotel accommodations, spending money and fantastic activities such as a helicopter volcano tour (Hawaii), a hiking/rock climbing excursion (Utah), or a theme park adventure (Ohio).
You are eligible to enter the ZAGG Four Fantastic Destinations Sweepstakes only if you are a legal resident of any of the 48 contiguous United States or the District of Columbia. Must be 18 years of age or older and have reached the age of majority in your state of residence at the time of entry. Void in AK & HI and where prohibited.