To celebrate Earth Month and the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, GoGo squeeZ is offering a chance to win a free trip to Disney World. If you are not familiar with GoGo squeeZ, they offer vegan, all natural, gluten-free, and Kosher snacks like Applesauce on the Go squeeze bags.
One nice thing about this trip is that the accommodations are at a Deluxe Disney Resort Hotel (which includes Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, and Disney’s Boardwalk Inn). Many contests provide a hotel room at a value or moderate resort – so this is a nice perk.
One odd thing about this contest is that the tickets are individual one-day tickets, not a multi-day ticket with park hopper. It seems that the contest sponsor is probably paying more money for this approach. I wonder if that is a typo or an issue with someone organizing the trip who doesn’t understand Disney World tickets. But any free tickets to Disney World are good tickets, right?
Here are the contest details:
Sponsored By: GoGo squeeZ GoGo in Bloom Sweepstakes
Sign Up Process: Make sure you are logged into Facebook. Enter your name, e-mail, phone, and date of birth. Click the check box that says you accept the terms of the contest.
Contest Expires: April 28, 2013
Four round-trip air tickets between a major United States gateway airport nearest to the winner’s home and the Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Florida.
Ground transportation between the Orlando International Airport and Walt Disney World
Room accommodations consisting of one standard room with a maximum of four persons for three nights at a deluxe hotel at Walt Disney World Resort
Sixteen 1-day Magic Your Way Base tickets
One Disney Gift Card of $200
The retail value of this trip is $5,816.64.
Special Considerations: This contest takes place on Facebook, so of course you must have a Facebook account. You do not need to “like” the sponsor’s page in order to enter the contest. I did receive a pop up message asking for Facebook to access my personal information. That was a little disconcerting, but I didn’t see any auto-posts to my Facebook wall or anything else that looked odd. My guess is that it was a normal Facebook security message.
Open To: Legal residents of the 50 United States and Washington D.C., who are at least 18 years of age (sorry to the folks outside the USA, we don’t run this contest, we just report on it).