Official Contest Rules

HI-99 2013 Jiffy Lube Megaticket OFFICIAL RULES

1.    Contest Introduction.
2.    Contest Description.       
HI-99 WTHI will conduct a random daily drawing Monday – Friday from the pool of all eligible participants who enter the contest by registering online at HI-99 will announce eligible participant’s name on air, giving him/ her 9 minutes and 99 seconds to call in and claim their prize. (812-478-1499; 1-800-686-9844) Winners will receive a pair of 2013 Jiffy Lube Mega Tickets to see TEN country concerts at Klipsch Music Center.
3.    Selecting a Winner.  
Beginning on Friday, January 25th and continuing thereafter until Friday, February 1st , listeners may register to win on HI-99’s website (see below).  Then, beginning Monday, January 28th and continuing thereafter through Friday, February 1st, eligible entrants should listen to HI-99 for their name to be announced on air, (between 7 am-9 pm Eastern Time) giving him/ her 9 minutes and 99 seconds to call in and claim their prize. (812-478-1499; 1-800-686-9844) HI-99 will conduct a daily drawing from eligible participants (as defined below).  HI-99 will announce eligible participant’s name on air, giving him/ her 9 minutes and 99 seconds to call in and claim their prize. (812-478-1499; 1-800-686-9844) The odds of winning vary depending upon the number of eligible participants who enter.  If the listener does not call in within the allotted time frame, he/she does not win the tickets.  
4.    Description of Prizes.
“2013 Jiffy Lube Megatickets” include a pair of tickets to see Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Toby Keith and Jason Aldean at the Klipsch Music Center. (estimated value at $225 per ticket) Prizes are not redeemable for cash. The winner must provide HI-99 WTHI with all pertinent information (including but not limited to:  name, complete address, and phone number).
5.    How to Enter.  
Beginning on Friday, January 25th, eligible participants may register as follows:  
    * By visiting the HI-99 website:, clicking on the “2013 Jiffy Lube Megaticket” banner and completely filling out the official entry form and all required fields.
If the selected person calls HI-99 within the allotted time when their name is called (as described above), that person will win the HI-99 “2013 Jiffy Lube Megaticket” daily giveaway. The winner will be notified immediately if he/she is a winner of the HI-99 promotion.  If the person does not call in to claim their prize that person’s entry will go back into the pot of eligible participants to be drawn.  The winner must provide correct information to HI-99 (as described above).  HI-99 will have the right to use winner’s name, picture, audio, video, and likeness for promotional use.
7.    Eligibility.
Contest is open to all legal residents of the HI-99 WTHI metropolitan listening area, who are 18 years of age or older.  HI-99 WTHI reserves the right to refuse to award a prize to or on behalf of a minor.  Employees of Emmis Communications Corporation, its affiliates, subsidiaries, and successor companies, contest title sponsors, competing media outlets, and immediate family members of anyone so situated are prohibited from participating in the contest.  “Immediate family members” includes spouses, siblings, parents, children, grandparents and grandchildren, whether “in-laws,” or by current or past marriage, remarriage, adoption, co-habitation or other familial extension, and any other persons residing at the same household location, whether or not related.  If a registrant is deemed ineligible at any time during the HI-99 “2013 Jiffy Lube Megaticket” giveaway, he/she will be disqualified.  If there are any questions about a rule, or if anything arises that is not explicitly described, HI-99 WTHI will have the final decision, and all decisions made by HI-99 WTHI are final.  One entry per person.  Only one person per household may win or qualify to win during the HI-99 “2013 Jiffy Lube Megaticket” giveaway.


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