Bosch American Muscle Car Sweepstakes ($65,000) 12/31/15 21PP18+

Enter for your chance to win a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat vehicle and trip worth $130,000 in the #Bosch American Muscle Car Sweepstakes

Eligibility: United States, void AK, HI, DC) 18 years of age or older, open to individuals employed in the automotive aftermarket industry as an owner, repair technician, or parts store sales person who sell or use auto parts in order to repair customer vehicles and individuals who regularly perform maintenance and repair of their vehicle themselves

Entry Dates: ends on December 31, 2015 at 11:59 pm CT

Random Drawing held on or about January 11, 2016

Website Entry Form | Official Rules

Enter by Mail: Mail an index card with email address, first name and last name to

Robert Bosch LLC
Attn: AA-CMS
2800 S. 25th Avenue
Broadview IL 60155

One entry, per card, up to twenty one (21) cards.

Entry Limit: twenty-one (21) entries per person regardless of method of entry.

Two (2) Grand Prizes: Each prize consists of a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat vehicle and trip to the giveaway ceremony location (TBD) in February, 2016. Trip to ceremony will include round-trip coach air transportation for each winner and a guest from the major airport nearest the winner’s residence, hotel accommodation (standard double occupancy room and room tax only); actual value of Grand Prize may vary depending upon each Grand Prize Winner’s permanent residence and hotel rate fluctuation. Each Grand Prize is valued at approximately $65,000, including one Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat vehicle, hotel accommodation, round-trip coach air transportation and transportation of vehicle to winner’s residence in the United States.

Prizes are non-transferable and no cash equivalent or substitution of any Grand Prize is offered. Winner must be a licensed driver and show proof of insurance prior to taking possession of the vehicle

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  1. So we can enter entry form 21 times total?

  2. Or you could have just told her–yes–21 entries per person.

    • Why should I do something she is completely capable of doing on her own ? They post the rules for everyone to look at if need be. I’m sure you had to do your own homework just like the rest of us, right ?

      • bettyann54 says

        Why are you always so rude when someone doesn’t understand something? I thought we are here for the same thing. We all want to win and offer encouragement and if someone needs help we help them out.

        • My point is I had to read the rules to double check it so why couldn’t she ? That’s not being rude.

          • You are just rude. Why comment at all. Let someone help her that wont make her feel stupid. Many of the contest rules are not clear and people just want to make sure that they are doing the right thing. Don’t reply next time. Someone else will help, instead of telling her to look at the rules, which I’m sure she did.

        • Agreed.

  3. To clarify mail-in entry(ies): standard index cards cannot be used as postcards, so do we use standard index cards and mail in an envelope, or 4×6″ index cards as a postcard?

    • Nancy, a postcard cannot be mailed in an envelope. A standard index card is too small to go through the postal system as a postcard so that is why we don’t use them. You can use anything over 3-1/2″ x 5″ in size so yes, you can use a 4″ x 6″ card as a postcard. I wouldn’t suggest using a 4″ x 6″ index card because it is too flimsy. Cut a postcard out of an old box like a cereal box or granola bar box.

  4. But this is what the rules state, and I know you are supposed to follow the rules to a t:
    Mail an index card with email address, first name and last name to Robert Bosch LLC, Attn: AA-CMS; 2800 S. 25th Avenue, Broadview IL 60155 to receive one (1) entry, per card, up to twenty one (21) cards.

    A small index card would have to go in an envelope. A large index card can go through the mail, so what do we do?

    • You send a postcard, not a large index card. An index card would be too flimsy. Make the postcard out of an old box or buy one at a local shop.

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