Honeberry Apple iPhone 12 Giveaway – Unlimited Entries – ends 02/19/2021
Ravjeet Banned last edited by
Honeberry is giving away Apple iPhone 12 Pro worth $999 in the Giveaway. Any US and Canadian resident above 18 years can enter the Sweepstakes for their chance to win. No purchase necessary.
Promotion Period: The Sweepstakes begins on January 3, 2021, at 12:00 AM and ends on February 19, 2021, at 11:59:59 PM
Entry URL: https://honeberry.com/products/win-an-apple-iphone-12-pro
Rules URL: https://honeberry.com/pages/official-rules
Start Date: January 03, 2021
End Date: February 19, 2021
Limit: 18 Years of age
Eligibility: United States and Canada
Entry Frequency: Unlimited
An Apple iPhone 12 Pro in the color of your choice worth $999. The prize includes Taxes and shipping
HarryBear last edited by
To enter without purchase, hand write the following on the front of a 3x5 card, your name, address, city, state/province, zip/postal code, e-mail address, telephone number and date of birth, on the back of the card, in 20 words or more, hand write a response to the following question “Why do you want win this item?”. Insert card in an envelope and mail to: Honeberry Event, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H8N0E7 (each envelope must be mailed individually) –Honeberry mailing address must be hand written. All mail-in entries must include all requested information (as stated above) to be considered an entry. Bulk shipments (multiple entries in one shipping package) will not be accepted, and will be destroyed. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by 4 days before the official end date to the event, and received 24 hours before the official draw date and time. Earn five (10) entries per postcard/envelope. No limit on number of entries received via the no purchase method of entry (mail-in entries). Requests for confirmation of receipt of mail-in entries will not be acknowledged. No photo copies, facsimiles or reproductions of mail-in entry will be accepted. Sponsor is not responsible for late, lost, damaged, stolen, incomplete, illegible, postage due, or misdirected entries. Proof of mailing does not constitute proof of delivery.