Contest Rules

  1. Contests are open to anyone in the  HI-99 metropolitan area and at least 18 years old.
  2. Some contests will have more strict age requirements.
  3.  No purchase, registration fee, or monetary donation is required to register or win.
  4. Only one entry per person.
  5. Only one winner per household (household is defined as people living at the same address) per 30 days.
  6. Listeners may win any HI-99 contest every 30 days. However some contests will only allow listener to win only once.
  7. Listeners have 30 days to pick up their prizes unless otherwise noted.
  8. Employees and immediate family members (of employees) of Contest Sponsors,  HI-99, EMMIS Communications, and all other competing media outlets are ineligible to play. Immediate family is defined as spouse, parent, grandparent, or sibling.
  9. Winner is responsible for any and all taxes that could/will be applicable.
  10. Prizes are non-transferable and non-redeemable for cash.
  11. HI-99 and sponsors are not responsible for lost stolen or destroyed prizes after they have been turned over to the winner.
  12. HI-99 and sponsors are not responsible for any cancellation, date change, venue change, artist change, or business closing that may reflect in concert tickets being void or coupons being honored or awarded.
  13. No substitution of prizes for any reason.
  14. Winner must supply  HI-99 with some or all of the following information: name, address, and phone number, social security number, and birth date.
  15. HI-99, EMMIS Communications, participating sponsors, and their agents, and owners are not responsible for accidents that may occur before, during or after this promotion.
  16. HI-99, EMMIS Communication, & participating sponsors are not responsible for any phone problems that could occur during the contest (i.e. static, disconnects, etc.) that could lead to failure to win.
  17. HI-99, EMMIS Communication, and participating sponsors encourage all players to use caution while playing this game. We ask that you use extreme caution while in your car or calling  HI-99 on your cell phone while driving.
  18. Entry constitutes permission for the sponsor(s) and  HI-99 to make use of the winner’s name voice and/or photo for publicity purposes.
  19. Decision of  HI-99 is final.

 

 

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