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Hilton Honors has teamed up with ePrize to celebrate their 25th anniversary and give away 1 million Hilton Honors points to 25 lucky winners. The promotion began on August 25, 2012 and runs through September 18, 2012.
How To Register
- “Like” Hilton Honors on Facebook
- Navigate to the 25,000,000 promotion on their Facebook page
- To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Hilton HHonorsTM, we will be giving away 1 Million Hilton HHonors Points to 25 lucky grand prize winners
- The promotion begins on August 25, 2012 at 12am ET
- The promotion ends on September 18, 2012 at 11:59pm ET
- You can enter to win 1 Million Hilton HHonors Points and daily instant prizes
- You’ll need to be a Hilton HHonors Member before you play
- Promotion FAQ
- Official rules
- Winner will be randomly selected on or about September 19, 2012
Terms And Conditions
- NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
- Legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.), Puerto Rico, Canada (excl. QC) and the United Kingdom 18 years and older who are HHonors™ members
- Ends September 18, 2012
- If Canadian resident, mathematical skill-testing question must be correctly answered to win
- Twenty-five (25) Sweepstakes Prizes and one hundred fifty (150) Instant Win prizes (approximate retail values from $11 to $10,000) available to be won. Void where prohibited
Canadian Contest Clarification
I inspected the official rules a little closer. It looks like the Canadians are held to a higher standard. Canada, eh.
If a Canadian resident, the potential winner will be required to correctly answer a time-limited skill testing question without any assistance in order to be eligible to receive a prize
No assistance allowed, is that for real?
Good luck with this promotion, especially the Canadians who have to pass the math skills test. Not sure if that is a joke or what, but it is there.
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