LG Holds 24-Hour V-Day Giveaway Of Raspberry Rose V30

LG is holding a 24-hour Valentine's Day giveaway of the Raspberry Rose V30, its most recent flagship and as one would have it the most recent color of that phone as well. There isn't much to the giveaway for those that are hoping to scoop one up. All that LG is requesting is that interested consumers simply retweet a post on Twitter (linked below) by February 15 for a chance to win one of ten LG V30s in the new Raspberry Rose model.

Naturally, LG has set forth a few rules for users who are looking to participate, one of which is that you have to be a legal resident of the U.S. to win, which means this is not an international sweepstakes. Users must retweet within the allotted time frame, though if they don't use Twitter they can also leave a comment on Facebook as LG notes that the sweeps posts will be published on their Facebook page as well. There are no hashtags that are required to be part of the retweets or comments, but LG is using the hashtag #BeMineLGV30 for the sweepstakes for anyone that wants to include it, though to reiterate, it isn't required to add this in.

LG says it will announce the winners the same day that contest ended and it will announce the winners on Facebook and Twitter, and will contact the winners via either a direct message or in a private message depending on which social media platform the winner is selected from. LG also points out that winners are selected at random, so it won't matter too much what you add into the comments or retweets as it won't increase chances of winning. That said LG does discourage people from posting anything profane or explicit as this will act as a disqualification from the giveaway. According to LG's rules, this V30 giveaway won't be the only one as there will be two more entry periods, one on February 15 and ending on February 16, and one beginning on February 16 and ending on February 17, though it doesn't mention what the prizes will be for those, so interested consumers will want to pay attention to LG's social media pages.

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