Would you let me go on a trip with your husband? It could happen, if you don’t read the rules!
Over the past two days many friends have been posting Cheersch contest invitations on my Facebook wall. As I have been trying to keep up with my contest entries (even while traveling!) I decided I had better begin accepting the contest entry invites. After accepting the first four, I decided to take my own advice and read the rules.
I clicked on the Game Rules link and discovered I can:
- say “Cheersch” to one friend at a time,
- say “Cheersch” to as many friends as I like,
- can’t “Cheersch” to the same friend more than once,
- my friend and I must be of legal drinking age in your home country and the country you choose.
As of today I have 1851 friends. I could get an amazing number of entries in this contest if I “Cheersch” each one.
I began to wonder if the contest was, in fact, open worldwide and if I would have to travel with the friend I Cheersch’d. I began to click on the other links at the bottom of the contest entry page. It was then I realized the Terms and Conditons were more important to read then the Game Rules because of two important statements in the following rules clause:
The prize will consist of the following:
a) 1 pair of economy airfare tickets (one for each of the winning “Cheersch” pair) from the nearest international airport to the winners’ home address to a destination selected by the winner.
I would in fact have to travel with the friend I chose, plus travel from the winner’s home city. So, I could be traveling with another woman’s husband, from a destination I couldn’t afford to get to (as I have friends globally).
If you are within decent driving distance from me, and you think we would make fantastic travel buddies, please Cheersch me. We just might win the adventure of a lifetime.