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Answer trivia questions correctly for a chance to spin the Macy’s prize wheel and win 1 of over 8,900 gift cards daily. Each day you come back, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a trip to NYC for the 2015 Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks

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Eligibility: US, DC, 16 and older

Entry Dates: May 6, 2014 and ends on June 15, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. ET

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Macy’s Trivia Answers:

  • As American as Apple Pie
  • Cape Canaveral, America’s launch pad for space flights, is in sunny Florida
  • Which ocean is on the west side of the country? Pacific
  • Who was the 44th American President? Barack Obama
  • How big is the United States of America? 3,794,101 square miles
  • What year did Macy’s first open? 1858
  • What city is known as the Big Apple? New York City
  • Which country adjoins the northern border of the U.S.? Canada
  • United States dollar bills are made from: cotton and linen
  • Which city is known as the “Music City”? Nashville
  • Where was the Declaration of Independence signed? Philadelphia
  • Which state is called the “Centennial State”? Colorado
  • Which state is home to The Statue of Liberty? New York
  • Which country borders the bottom of the U.S.? Mexico
  • In the U.S. flag, what does the color white symbolize? purity and innocence
  • Which state is known as the “Evergreen State”? Washington
  • Where was the Boston Tea Party protest? Boston
  • Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks.
  • Which state is referred to as the “Magnolia State”? Mississippi
  • What is our National Bird? Bald Eagle
  • Which State lies south of Georgia? Florida
  • What classic holiday film was inspired by Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade?  Miracle on 34th  Street
  • Before Washington, D.C., What was the original national capitol?  New York City
  • What’s Charleston’s  nickname? Holy City
  • How many stars are on the American Flag? 50
  • Which President’s face appears on the $1 bill? George Washington
  • What was the first college established in the US in 1636? Harvard
  • Which State is called “The Heart of Dixie”? Alabama
  • Most populous city?  New York City
  • Which State is known as the “Great Lakes State”? Michigan
  • How many stripes on the U.S. Flag? 13
  • Monument Valley lies between which two states? Arizona and Utah
  • Who was the first American to land on the moon?
  • Aloha! Which state is called the “Aloha State”?
  • Which state is home to the Miss America pageant?
  • Who was the only President to serve more than 2 terms? FDR
  • What President is featured on the $5 bill? 
  • The Grand Canyon is located in which state? Arizona
  • What is the President’s office called?
  • Which state is considered “Low Country”? 
  •  Which film was NOT filmed at Monument Valley? Million Dollar Baby
  • How many letters in the Hawaiian alphabet? 13
  • How long is four score and seven years? 87 years
  • What beverage isn’t in an American Diner? Carrot Juice
  • In which State is Harvard University? Massachusetts
  • Which State is referred to as the  “Peach State”?  Georgia
  • In what city is Golden Gate bridge? San Francisco
  • Louisiana is named after?  Louis XIV
  • Which ride is not at a country fair? Log jam
  • What state is the Keystone State? Pennsylvania
  • Gobble Up. The  State raises the most turkeys? Minnesota
  • What is the Intrepid? Military Ship
  • Who wrote the Star-Spangled Banner? Francis Scott Key
  • Where can you find the Golden Gate Bridge? San Francisco
  • What’s the largest state in the country? Alaska
  • The state of Louisiana was named in honor of:
  • Smith
  • “I’ve got your six”  I’ve got your back.
  • What state is know as the sunflower state? Kansas
  • What is America’s b-day? July 4th 
  • First American president: George Washington 
  • Which state is referred to as the sunshine state: Florida
  • On the American flag, what does blue symbolize? Justice
  • Graceland is located where in Tennessee? Memphis 
  • New York
  • Log Jam
  • Second most spoken language in US: Spanish
  • What is America’s Birthday? July 4th
  • What is the white house address: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
  • 2nd most spoken language in US: Spanish
  • Which state is home to the Miss America pageant? New Jersey
  • Who invented the light bulb? Thomas Edison
  • Which state is known as the Golden State? California
  • John F Kennedy’s middle name ?  Fitzgerald
  • The Lone Star state: Texas
  • What is the white house address: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Which State is known as the “Evergreen State?  Washington
  • “Who were the first people to ride in an airplane?” The Wright Brothers
  • “Which Country borders the Bottom of the US?” Mexico

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Eight thousand nine hundred twenty (8,920) Instant Win Prizes:

  • Twenty (20) First Prizes: A $500 Macy’s Gift Code
  • Three Hundred (300) Second Prizes: A $100 Macy’s Gift Code
  • One Thousand Six Hundred (1,600) Third Prizes: A $25 Macy’s Gift Code
  • Seven Thousand (7,000) Fourth Prizes: A $10 Macy’s Gift Code

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Comments

  1. kathie28 says:

    $25 dollar win!

  2. THE FIRST MACY’S OPENED IN WHAT YEAR? 1858

  3. CORRECTION: The American flag, blue symbolizes question above has wrong answer. It isn’t “justice”, it’s “all the above”!

  4. How big is US – 3,794,101 square miles

  5. I finally won a $10 prize. Woohoo! Better than nothin! Clearance rack, here I come!!

  6. Thank you Sweetie – won $10 today!

  7. Mamisanchez says:

    Phew! Finally won-$25!

  8. allioturtle says:

    $25 win! Woot!

  9. asweeper says:

    Won $10! Thank you, Sweetie!

  10. WHAT WAS THE FIRST COLLEGE ESTABLISHED IN THE U.S. IN 1636? Harvard

  11. armywife119 says:

    On the American flag, what does blue symbolize? Justice the answer is all of the above not justice

  12. A manager at a local Macy’s said this was a scam but they honored my $25 prize anyway. Did anybody have issues redeeming the prize that they won? Just curious, thanks.

    Joe

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