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Teleflora Get A Room Valentine’s Day Cash Sweepstakes 2/14/15 Ultd 18+

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Teleflora is giving away $25,000 in their Get A Room Sweepstakes!

Sweepstakes Rating: Okay (Official Rules)

Eligibility: US, DC, Canada (excluding Quebec), 18 and older

Entry Dates: January 19, 2015 and ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on February 13, 2015 for Purchase Entries, and on February 14, 2015 for Mail-in Entries.

With Purchase Entry: make a purchase of any eligible Teleflora bouquet from Teleflora Website and you will you will automatically receive one entry.

Without Purchase Entry: hand print your first and last name, street address (no post office boxes), city, state/province, zip/postal code, gender, daytime telephone number, date of birth and (if applicable) email address on a postcard only and mail the completed postcard entry to:

“TELEFLORA’S GET A ROOM SWEEPSTAKES”
PO BOX 6041
SHERMAN OAKS, CA 91413

Entry Limit: unlimited mail-in entries. One entry per purchase (unlimited purchases)

One (1) Grand Prize: $25,000 check ($28,660.58 CAD)

Random Drawing: on or about March 15, 2015

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Comments

  1. Brenda Woodfin says:

    Sweepstakes entry

  2. Betty Raymer says:

    I hate putting all my personal info on a post card….this should be in an envelope to protect privacy!

    • Cathy Bryant says:

      I’ve been entering sweepstakes for 10 years, putting all kinds of information on postcards. Haven’t had a problem yet. This information is readily available to anyone who wants it. The only thing I wouldn’t put on a postcard is a SS#, but then again, I won’t enter any sweeps that ask for that. Only if I win do I give it to them!

  3. I feel the same way, Betty. It’s true, like Cathy said, that the information we are putting on the postcard can be discovered if someone wants it, but it’s got to be searched for; here it is all in one place and out in the open. I feel somewhat better that the only people that will see this information are postal workers and the company we are sending to and I’m hoping they all get paid enough to not need to use our information for anything else 🙂

  4. Betty Raymer says:

    Yes Debbie…I don’t know if I trust postal workers either…LOL!

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