Do you want to win a cruise vacation from Royal Caribbean?
Sweeties Tip: This is one you should definitely enter. Not many prizes but super quick ending so much less advertised.
Eligibility: Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, who are 18 years of age and older as of date of entry.
Entry Dates: begins on July 13, 2009 and ends at 5:59:59 a.m. EDT on July 18, 2009.
How to enter: Visit www.RoyalCaribbeanPostcards.com and watch the “Why Not” video of the day. After watching the Video, you will be required to complete an online entry form in order to earn one (1) entry into that daily drawing only. Entries will not be carried over for any subsequent daily drawings. You may also earn additional entries each day by referring friends.
Entry Limit: One per person per day with additional entries earned by referring friends.
Prizes: Grand Prizes (5 – 1 per day of the Sweepstakes), awarded as a cruise certificate: See chart below.
Day 1: A 7-night Caribbean cruise for winner and a guest (ARV: $1,600)
Day 2: A 5-night Bermuda cruise for winner and a guest (ARV: $1,200)
Day 3: A 3 or 4-night Bahamas cruise for winner and a guest (ARV: $900)
Day 4: A 7-night Mexico cruise for winner and a guest (ARV: $1,600)
Day 5: A 7-night Alaska cruise for winner and a guest (ARV: $1,800)
Drawing Date: Five (5) Grand Prize Winners will be selected on or about July 24, 2009, in five (5) separate random drawings (one winner per drawing), from among all eligible entries received each day (as defined above).
Official rules: Embedded on site.
Sweeps Rating: Okay
Photo credit: Royal Caribbean International’s “Why Not” Sweepstakes
Sent in by: Eric
I received a call today saying I won,but then they wanted me to pay for port taxes which is understandable,but then it was an additional 250.00 for the package and when I told them I could not afford it because I am unemployed I heard her ask her supervisor something and heard him say,no money don't waste your time and she hung up,I also heard in the background the same offer being presented to many other people,thought you might want to get the word out to stay away from this one.
Are you sure it was from this sweepstakes? A sweepstakes win will not require you to pay anything. What you received was not from a legitimate sweepstakes. It sounds like it was from a timeshare company and some of them probably do represent Royal Caribbean.
James – Also, the rules for this one state that the drawing for winners will not even take place until 7/24, so the call you received must have been something else.
i "won" a cruise while playing bingo on an actual Royal Caribbean cruise and the same thing happened. Yes I really did win the cruise but then I had to still pay a ton of money for fees, port charges, gas, etc…. It ended up not being such a great "win". I ended up finding a cheaper cruise that i didn't win and went on that instead. You would have thought that since it was sponsored by RC and I was on their ship when I won that it would be totally free…not so much!!