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Progressive Commercial’s $500 A Day Holiday Giveaway

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Progressive Commercial's $500 A Day Holiday GiveawayHere’s your chance to win some cold, hard cash. Each one winner will win $500 in cash. You must enter each day to be in that day’s drawing so this makes it more winnable.

Eligibility: open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, 18+ years of age at time on entry.

Entry Dates: begins on January 1, 2010, at 12:00 AM (EST) and ends on January 31, 2010, at 11:59 PM (EST)

How to enter: Visit www.progressivecommercial.com/holiday-contest

Entry Limit: one (1) entry per person and e-mail address will be accepted per day.

Prizes: Thirty-one (31) Daily Prizes (one (1) per Daily Entry Period): $500

Prize Limit: one (1) prize per person, per household and per email address.

Drawing Date: One (1) potential Daily Prize winner will be randomly selected from among all eligible entries received during each applicable Daily Entry Period throughout the Promotion Period for a total of thirty-one (31) Daily Prize winners. Each Daily Entry Period is one (1) day in length and begins at 12:00:00 am ET on each day throughout the Promotion Period and ends at 11:59:59 pm ET of the same day. Entries for one drawing will not carry forward to subsequent drawings.

Official rules: www.progressivecommercial.com/holiday-contest-rules

Sweeps Rating: Good

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Comments

  1. Cherrybaby says:

    Anyone else notice that the Official Rules say "…prize in the form of _____". After you enter, at the bottom of that page it says "…in the form of a check". What's to stop them from awarding you a $500 box of rubber duckies or tricked out name tags? Am I being to detail-oriented?

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