Holiday season is upon us, and with it, so are the numerous promotional contests, giveaways, and sweepstakes organized by the biggest brands in the country. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that Sprint decided to celebrate the season of giving, by having a giveaway of its own. It’s called “Snow Place Like Home” and is running from today until December 23rd. During the following two weeks, all Sprint customers have a chance to either win one of 20 HTC Bolt phones or the main prize and consists of the HTC Bolt, $5,000 in Amazon gift cards, a one-year subscription to Amazon Prime and Amazon Music Unlimited, and an Amazon Echo, courtesy of — you’ve guessed it — Amazon.
All customers are limited to one entry per day from today until December 23rd. To enter, follow @Sprint or @SprintLatino accounts on Twitter or tweet a picture of a family holiday tradition you’re particularly fond of along with a #SprintSnowSweepstakes hashtag. Do that once a day to maximize your chances of winning. Now, as “Snow Place Like Home” is technically a sweepstakes, you don’t have to purchase anything for a chance of winning, just do the tweeting part described above and hope for the best. Of course, some limitations still apply. For starters, you have to be at least 18 years old to participate in the event, and your initial entry must be submitted through sprint.com/sweepstakes where you’ll have to share your basic contact info with Sprint. Following that submission, you can earn additional entries through your Twitter activity.
Sprint stated that winners will be randomly picked around January 3rd and that the company will attempt to contact them in private around January 10th. Now, make sure your Twitter profile is set to receive Twitter Direct Messages, if you’re not following either one of Sprint’s Twitter accounts. Furthermore, if the Kansas-based company cannot contact you within five days after its initial attempt, another winner will be chosen at random. Finally, despite the fact that Sprint will contact the winners privately, note that there’s still a chance for the company to publicly publish your name or any other data or photos you send as a part of this giveaway. If you’re alright with that, follow the source link below and start tweeting.