Slickwraps Black Friday Event Sweepstakes 12/31/16 11PP18+

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Best savings of the year, accompanied by our best prizes ever! #blackfriday #slickfriday The fun starts first thing Friday the 25th at midnight CST.  $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 will be randomly put in orders placed between 12 am and 11:5 pm CST (Order quick, money goes fast. First come, first served)

Sweeps Rating: Okay

Eligibility: US, DC, 18/age of majority and older

Entry Dates: November 25, 2016 and ends on December 31, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. CT

Random Drawing: on or about March 24, 2017

Website Entry Form | Official Rules

Mail-in Entry: send in on postcard, your full name, email, address and phone to

Attn: Black Friday
355 N. Mosley St
Wichita, KS 67202

All postcard entries must be postmarked before Dec 31st, 2016

Entry Limit: 11 entries per person + bonus for sharing


  • 2016 Nissan Versa Sedan ARV: $11,995
  • Disney World trip ARV: $3,699
  • Dream desk ARV: $1,300
  • $5,000 worth of cash in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100.
  • Slickwraps for a year (52 Carbon, Brushed, Wood, Stone and Leather phone wraps) ARV: $1,560
  • Week long internship with Slickwraps ARV: $2,889

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  1. Kathy Measel says:

    What does string mean on the entry form

  2. String.. cheese? That’s what I put! My link:

  3. Okay – after a couple of facebook exchanges with Slickwraps,, it appears they want a username. So I asked them to be a bit more specific, and their answer wasn’t even clear then, which leads me to believe they don’t really know. I think you can put in any username you wish, so I used my Instagram username which is the one I use for a lot of things. Honestly, I think you can type pretty much anything in there and it will accept it.

  4. They’re giving away an internship? So basically they want you to work for free for their company and THEN you have to pay taxes on it? Wow….

    • Corinne Gonz says:

      are all internship without pay?

    • Corinne Gonz says:

      to answer my own question:
      Luckily for students everywhere, the White House, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, have caught on to this schemer’s dream. As a result, they’ve established regulations that control whether or not an internship must be qualified as paid or unpaid.

      If an internship qualifies as a paid position, interns legally must be paid the federal minimum wage (at the very least) for the services they provide within the “for-profit” or private sector. They must also be paid overtime. Both regulations fall under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

  5. Most likely a scam…

  6. It’s a bit sketchy but who knows.

  7. String according to responses from their FB page means username.. username could mean Instagram or Gleam.
    However, sweetie asked if someone does not have Instagram and their response was “We offer tons of ways to enter. In fact, simply liking and commenting our FB posts enters you.”

    • Yeh, their answer to me shows how unprofessional they are when running this giveaway. If they have a giveaway page to enter on, then how do they even keep track of the Likes and Comments and pick winners randomly. Some businesses just don’t get it!

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