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Radio Disney Escape To Aulani Sweepstakes 9/4/14 1PPD16-

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One lucky Radio Disney grand prize winner will get to stay at the Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii. Imagine you and your family on an island paradise with a touch of Disney magic.

Sweepstakes Rating:

Eligibility: US, DC, Canada, (excluding Quebec), 16 years of age or younger

Entry Dates: August 30, 2014 and ends 3:00 p.m., September 4, 2014

Website EntryOfficial Rules

Disney Radio Code Word of the Day:

Valid from 3:00 am PT/6:00 am ET on the day it is announced on-air until 2:59 am PT/5:59 am ET the following morning.

Radio Disney Escape To Aulani Sweepstakes codes:

  • August 30: PINEAPPLE
  • August 31: ALOHA
  • September 1: LUAU
  • September 2: SAND
  • September 3: POI
  • September 4: SURF

Text Entry: text the Code Word of the Day to 347639

Entry Limit: one entry per day permitted, regardless of method of entry.

One (1) Grand Prize: a six (6) day/five (5) night trip for four (4) persons to Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii. Prize consists of the following elements: hotel accommodations at the Resort or Resort area hotel selected by Sponsor in its sole discretion for the Group (one standard room, quadruple occupancy) ; Four (4) round trip ground transfers between the Honolulu International airport and the Resort; $200.00 Resort credit; if the Sweepstakes Winner resides more than 250 miles from the City, round-trip coach air transportation for the Group between an airport near the Sweepstakes Winner’s residence and a Honolulu area airport. ARV: $5,675

Random Drawing: on or about September 5, 2014


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