History.com The Curse of Oak Island Super Fan Sweepstakes




Enter The Curse of Oak Island Super Fan Sweepstakes for your chance to win a 2 oz bar of gold and one of a kind Oak Island collectibles from the History Channel.

History.com The Curse of Oak Island Super Fan Sweepstakes

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Official Rules: US, 18+. March 24 – April 25, 2020 at 11:59 pm ET. One entry per person per day.

Grand Prize (1): One picture frame made by Rick Lagina from Oak Island wood (ARV: $100); one corkscrew made by Marty Lagina from Oak Island wood (ARV: $200); one signed photo of Rick and Marty Lagina (ARV: $100); and one two-ounce (2-oz.) gold bar (ARV: $3,200). ARV: $3,600


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Comments

  1. i like it

  2. I am obsessed with this show. I get psychic visions and literally got goosebumps while they were in the swamp. My house started creaking at 3 am in the morning. I am like this is weird. No other noises all night. I am binging this and cannot stop. The money pit has to have something. I feel there are incredible finds here. I always wanted to be a treasure hunter. I hope this group of men get their treasure. So proud of them for dedicating their lives and money into a passion they have. LOOOOOVE this!!!

  3. Catherine Clarkson says

    I NEVER miss this show, I pray they find it with all the blood,sweat and tears they have put into finding it.

  4. Donna Ellefson says

    I love this show and look forward to watching every week. For the sake of the whole group I,am hoping that they will find treasure, historical or real gold treasure. I,am always fasinated with the finds and the different people that they can go to for information on the dating and area,s of the world that these old artifacts have originally come from. Don,t give up gentleman I think you are making great progress and I,am particularly interested in what,s in that swamp because I certainly believe there is something of great interest in it. Donna April 7th 2020

  5. Lauren L Stier says

    I have watched this show from the first time it aired and today I am afraid to miss just one show hoping that they will be the ones to find a real treasurer

  6. Hooked from first show ever watched and record every week to watch again 2-3 times over in case I missed something. The groups dedication and cohesiveness is inspirational and thinking of the Leginas pursuing their dream since childhood is mind boggling. Draydon is an eternal optimist. Y’all have sucked in Superfans like we are in y’all’s family. Passion pursued and despite no immediate recovery still sticking worth tasks worthwhile. Beyond Entertaining and family safe and now last 2 years my wife is hooked. There is no possibility with all the discoveries uncovered on Oak Island that “something” of incredible treasure was hidden. Good fortune ahead to y’all but unfortunate for diehard viewers we are going to have withdrawal symptoms when the treasure is found – but worth it since we have been living vicariously through y’all. Patrick

  7. Virginia L Hannah says

    I have watched this show from the beginning. It has more interest, mystery and excitement than any movie. Rick and Marty have given so much passion, time and money to solve this mystery.
    I also appreciate the depths they go to validate the history and authenticity of found artifacts. Looking forward to the finale. Would love to see them pursue other unsolved mysteries.

  8. Chris Banick says

    This is the best show on TV since it can reshape history. It’s a great education of what when on in the past and they are still uncovering it, literally! I can’t wait for next season!

  9. Bunni LeAnne Reed says

    I love that Rick and Marty Lagina share this part of their story with the world. Both gentlemen are so incredibly articulate, and approach the search as a puzzle to unravel. I also DVR the show and all of its manifestations. Sometimes I watch three or four times to make certain I have missed nothing. I did notice that there are no females out in the trenches (figuratively and literally) helping to dig and search. No females have been part of the inner circle, or included in the Fellowship of the Dig. I was pleased that Irving Equipment Limited put Vanessa in charge of their part if the operations at the Money Pit site. Personally, I would love to be there, boots on the ground, participating in this historic and enthralling endeavor. I may be 60, but I think I could keep pace with Rick and the crew!

  10. David Allen Carr says

    I am 68 years old and have watched your show from its beginnings, even when the wife yawns and goes to bed. Hahahaaa. I am so excited to see the 100ft diameter dig coming up next season – my wife’s jaw dropped when she saw that…as it is what I had been saying to the TV screen for many months. I have to admit, I was extremely disappointed when the permit ran out on Smith’s Cove and the work there not only stopped, but all had to be returned as it was. That was a straight line from tip of box drain in the ocean to the money pit, and now – nature will reclaim. It will return to being a source of incoming sea water…at least that is how I see it. Best of luck on that mistake – Nova Scotia. I am glad you’ve made it so far, and so many have joined with our same boyish smiles and enthusiasm. I’m sure I’ll live long enough, but here’s to the fellowship – (raise my glass of Coke) – live long and prosper my brothers in arms. 🙂

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