The Broadway’s Best Shows Season of Winning!
12 Days. 12 Prizes. A New Contest Every Day.
In celebration of the 2012 holiday season, Broadway’s Best Shows is thrilled to announce our first ever “Season of Winning” Giveaway! We’ve put together twelve contest where you can WIN Broadway tickets, $100 Telecharge Gift Cards, and/or other Broadway Prize Packages!
From December 12 through December 23, Broadway’s Best Shows will launch a new contest each day with an awesome prize! Each contest will run for 7 days, giving you plenty of opportunities to enter! At the end of the giveaway, we’ll announce our twelve winners!
Stop by Broadway’s Best Shows every day to see our new contest, and make sure to share with friends and increase your opportunities to win! (Studies show that friends who win are up to five times more likely to share their prize with the person from whom they heard about the contest.)
CONTEST # 2 (CONTEST CLOSED)
Spot The Differences
WIN A $100 Telecharge
How To Enter:
There are 10 differences between the two photos from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? shown below. Can you spot all 10?
Email us at Contests@BroadwaysBestShows.com with the 10 differences to enter. Only one entry per person and/or email address will be allowed. One winner will be chosen at random.
CONTEST DETAILS: Contest runs from December 13, 2012 until 11:59 PM on December 19, 2012. Contest winners will be announced by January 3, 2013. Winners are given a list of performances from which they may choose to receive their tickets, and those receiving merchandise will be asked for a shipping address. Tickets are limited to select performances. Odds of winning are dependent upon the number of entries. Void where prohibited. Click here for complete details of Broadway’s Best Shows ‘Rules and Conditions for Contests.’ Contest entries will also receive an opt-in to join the Broadway’s Best Shows newsletter. Sweepstakes Plus
One of America’s most acclaimed theatre ensembles takes on one of the greatest plays of the 20th century: the Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? comes to Broadway to celebrate the play’s 50th anniversary.