History Channel Sons of Liberty Rebel to Revolution Sweepstakes 2/9/15 1PPD21+

You could win a trip to historic Boston! To enter, vote for the most crucial moment in the Founding Fathers fight for freedom in the Sons of Liberty Rebel to Revolution Sweepstakes. Grand prize winner will get a 3-day/2-night historical trip to Boston for two.

Sweepstakes Rating: Okay

Eligibility: US, DC, 21 and older

Entry Dates: January 12, 2015 and ends February 9, 2015

Website Entry | Official Rules

Weekly Entry Period start at 12:00:00 p.m. ET and end at 11:59:59 a.m. ET

  1. January 12 to January 19, 2015
  2. January 19 to January 26, 2015
  3. January 26 to February 2, 2015
  4. February 2 to February 9, 2015

Entry Limit: one entry per person per day

One (1) Grand Prize: a trip for winner and one Guest (who must be twenty-one years of age or older) to Boston. Trip Package includes round-trip domestic coach airfare for Grand Prize Winner and his/her Guest from their nearest US gateway city to Boston; accommodations for 2 nights/3 days (double occupancy) for Grand Prize Winner and his/her Guest; ground transportation to and from the airport in Boston; a $500 stipend for the trip, a one-day historical tour of Boston, a tour of the Samuel Adams brewery; and two Samuel Adams Swag Packs. ARV: $4,460

Four (4) Weekly Prizes (one per week): a Samuel Adams Swag Pack comprised of two Samuel Adams branded glasses, two Samuel Adams branded hats, one Samuel Adams branded duffle bag, two Samuel Adams branded bottle openers, and two Samuel Adams branded t-shirts, and $100. ARV: $330.00

Random Drawing: on or about February 17, 2015

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  1. I love to win and this is a great win!!
    Please pick me!!! My phone is dying!!

  2. Desirae Escue says

    I love to win!!!!

  3. This is a great time to renew what brought this Country to be. Some how we have lost the greatness and freedoms that were so valiantly fought for and won. It is time for us to remember our roots and bring this Country back to all it’s Glory and Freedoms afforded by the U.S. Constitution!

  4. Ernesto Chavarria says

    Boston tea partey

  5. Kimberly Talbert says

    I enjoy learning about our country’s history, I wish they had taught the correct history when we were in school. I believe that if it had maybe just maybe more young people would have more pride in our country. As I said I do enjoy learning the real truth about the great men and women, yes I said women as many of us do not know many women had a great deal to do with building this country and helping to give us our freedoms that so many of us take for granted. Win or not this will not deture me from learning more of our true history.

  6. Fran Fooks says

    Really like the show. Would love to visit Boston and learn more about the history. From Cheyenne, Wyoming.

  7. Dr Robert Sprague says

    Thank you! As current President of the Michigan Society of the Sons of the American Revolution it is wonderful to see a series devoted to the war for American liberty that gave birth to this great nation.

  8. Boston tea dumping
    Love the History Channel and what genius to have the Sons of LIBERTY and Sam’s
    Sweepstakes. And I LOVE Sam Adams’ Brews. Wish I could locate it at more pubs!
    Be original & stay independent!

  9. Sandra Raymond says

    I have always loved our American History ….so much so we live in a house built in 1760; think if these walls could talk!
    I teach 1st grade in inner city- I love teaching my students about the beginning of our country through books. I would love to win this trip and bring back pictures to my class from the Historical tour of Boston.

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