We're just hanging around, waiting to gift you our latest giveaway:
~ A three-pack (3) of tickets to San Diego Zoo Safari Park. ~ Tickets expire April 10, 2013. ~ Package valued at $120 ~ Raffle runs February 18, 3pm – February 27, 11:59pm PST.
EXPLORE FIRST Want to learn more? Find out all about San Diego Zoo Safari Park at sandiegozoo.org. Plus, the summer before last, our own blogger The Nightowl visited the Safari Park for the first time. Check out her blog, Our Eco Summer Adventure. And don't forget to watch the video below, because she just went back for more:
HOW TO ENTER
There are THREE ways to get your name entered in the drawing. If you do all three, you'll triple your overall chances of winning:*
#3: Make sure you LIKE us on Facebook. Then leave us a comment telling us what you want to win.
HOW TO WIN
We'll submit all of your Twitter, Facebook, and The Place Community usernames into a computer randomizer. Once the names are drawn, we'll contact the winners in a DM (that’s a direct message, folks) so you can give us the info on how to get your winnings to you.**
There will be THREE (3) winners for this raffle. The tickets expire APRIL 10, 2013. Each winner will receive:
This raffle runs February 18, 3pm – February 27, 11:59pm PST. The winners will be announced on February 28. Thank you for stopping by VisitThePlace.com.
*You may enter each raffle up to three times. You are limited to one win per raffle. If you win this raffle, you are still eligible to enter (and win!) future raffles on The Place Community.**Due to the enormous response our raffles have been receiving, please allow 1 - 2 weeks for processing and an additional 1 - 2 weeks for delivery of your winnings. We promise to take care of all of our faithful followers as quickly as we can. If you do not reply to our initial contact message in a timely manner, we cannot ensure that you will receive your winnings. We offer no replacements or exchanges, and the winnings are non-transferable.We are not responsible for winnings lost in transit, nor permanent closures of a particular venue or portion of a venue.