Yesterday I told you about a really cool mail in sweepstake from Master Card so today I figured I would balance things out by telling you about this equally awesome sweep from their rival Visa.
What?? It’s okay to whore yourself out to both of them.
I’m not judging you – okay, I’m judging you but also accepting you for the card-whore you are.
I will ‘fess up and say I’m in bed with both of them.
You can judge me all you want but I’m a sucker for a good deal and when I like what Master Card has to offer, I swing that way and almost inevitably Visa woos me back with some irresistible offer and I go running to them.
Thank God you can’t get STDs from juggling two different cards at the same time!
So how is Visa Checkout trying to woo us now?I’m glad you asked because the Visa Checkout 5 Golden Pins Mail-In Sweepstakes is loaded with goodies like a trip to Paris (hello,getting kissed at the Eiffel tower is number 3 on my bucket list!), and a makeover so you can look even more fabulous than you already do and there is also an entertainment system that will make your significant other bow down at your knees but if any of that doesn’t appeal to you then you’ll be glad to know that one of the prizes is a 5k shopping spree at Gap. Still not impressed? What if I told you that the prizes come with a check to cover taxes? Bet this sweep is starting to look super sexy in your eyes! You can only enter it one time and that entry must be postmarked by the 2nd and received by the 9th of January,2015.
Entry without creating a Visa Checkout Account (via U.S. Mail): To enter by U.S. Mail without creating a Visa Checkout account, hand-print your complete name, address, city, state, ZIP code, email address and daytime and evening telephone numbers (including area code) on a 3″ x 5″ card, and mail, in a #10 envelope with postage affixed, to:
Visa Checkout 5 Golden Pins Sweepstakes,
P.O. Box 918, Plainview, NY 11803-0918.
Mail-in entries must be postmarked by 1/2/15 and received by 1/9/15 in order to be eligible. Each mail-in entry will must be mailed in a separate postmarked-and-stamped envelope. Proof of mailing does not constitute proof of delivery.
Rules and dets here