Skechers is giving away free kids shoes in their Kids Spring Sweepstakes. Follow them on social media or enter by email
Sweepstakes Rating: Okay (Official Rules)
Eligibility: US, DC, 13 and older
Entry Dates: starts March 20, 2017 at 12:00 PM PT and ends March 23, 2017 at 4:00 PM PT
Random Drawing: on or about March 23, 2017
How to Enter:
Skechers will share two @skechers Instagram posts, two SKECHERS Facebook posts, and two @SKECHERSUSA Twitter posts on Monday, March 20, 2017 and on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 asking users to enter for a chance to win. You can enter the Sweepstakes by:
- Tagging a friend in the comments of the @skechers Instagram or SKECHERS Facebook giveaway post,
- Liking the SKECHERS Facebook or @skechers Instagram giveaway post,
- Following @skechers on Instagram,
- Commenting your favorite styles on the giveaway post, and/or
- Retweeting or liking the giveaway tweet on @SKECHERSUSA Twitter
Email Entry: sending an e-mail that includes your name, e-mail address, phone number and which style you like better to the following address: [email protected] with a subject line of Skechers Kids Spring Sweeps 2017
Entry Limit: one entry per person per social media channel. Any individual who, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, is suspected of submitting more than the allowed number of entries, by any means, including, but not limited to, establishing multiple Twitter or Facebook profiles or e-mail accounts, may be disqualified from participation in this Sweepstakes.
Facebook Prizes: Two (2) winners, one from each giveaway post, will be chosen to receive two pairs of Skechers – one for them and one for the friend they tagged.
Twitter Prizes: Two (2) winners, one from each giveaway tweet, will be chosen to receive one pair of Skechers.
Instagram Prizes: Two (2) winners, one from each giveaway post, will be chosen to receive two pairs of Skechers – one for them and one for the friend they tagged.Disclosure: this listing may contain affiliate, referral or tracking links. Read about our policies for more details.