Keith Urban ticket giveaway contest

Keith Urban ticket giveaway contest

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KEITH URBAN CONTEST RULES

Who Can Enter

1. To be eligible to participate in this contest, entrants must be Oklahoma residents who are 18 years of age or older and reside in the KOKH viewing area and are an existing user of Facebook.

2.  Employees of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., Sinclair Television Group, Inc., KOKH, LLC, and any other company which owns, programs or provides other services to television broadcast station KOKH (the "Station"), KOCB, Inc., Universal Music Group, Inc., Buddy Media, Inc., Ciceron, Inc., Facebook, Inc., Facebook.com, their affiliated companies, advertising and promotion agencies, any and all local television broadcast and cable stations, local radio and other media companies, and the immediate family members of each are ineligible.  The term "immediate families" includes spouses, grandparents, parents, siblings, children and grandchildren.  Only one winner per household.

How to Enter

(a)  No purchase is necessary to enter.  Only one entry per IP address.      

(b)  To enter, log onto the KOKH Facebook page at www.facebook.com/foxokc and access the online contest entry page and online entry form located on the FOX 25 Insider Tab.  Complete the online entry form with your name, address, phone number, keyword, and birth date in the provided area and click submit.  No mechanically reproduced or completed entries will be accepted.

(c)  The contest starts on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, and ends at 9:00am CDT on Friday, September 27, 2013 (the "Contest Period").  Entries must be received by 9:00am   each morning during the Contest Period to qualify for the daily drawing.  Station is not responsible for lost, late, or misdirected entries, server unavailability, computer or any other electronic malfunction.

(d)  Each morning at approximately 9:15am CDT during the Contest Period, one (1) winner will be selected by random drawing from among valid entries, for a total of four (4) winners.  Remaining valid entries will not carry over to the next daily drawing.  

The Prize(s)

1.  Four (4) winners will be selected.  Each winner will receive two (2) tickets to the Keith Urban Concert in Oklahoma City on October 19, 2013. Each prize package is valued at ninety-eight dollars ($98).  The Station and sponsors are not responsible in the event the concert is cancelled or postponed.

2.  Winners will be notified by phone.  Before claiming prizes, winners must provide their correct name, address and telephone number to Station at the time of notification.  Winners must sign and return a release and affidavit of eligibility, which must be received within five (5) days of notification at the time winners claim his/her prize in person at the Station.  If a winner is a minor, then the winner's parents or guardian must sign a release and affidavit of eligibility before the winner receives his or her prize.  Winners must show picture identification to claim prizes.  Station reserves the right to examine additional identification and may choose to accept or deny awarding the prize based on the identification presented.

3.  If a winner cannot be notified within two (2) days, or does not timely sign and return the release and affidavit of eligibility, then the prize will be forfeited, and the prize will be awarded to an alternate winner randomly selected from among remaining valid entries.  Failure to collect the prize within ten (10) days will constitute forfeiture of the prize.  If forfeited, the prize will remain the property of Station.  Another winner will not be selected.

4.  There will be no substitutions or cash alternatives for prizes except at the sole discretion of Station.  The Station has the right to substitute a prize of similar value.  No transfer or assignment of prizes is allowed.

5.  Each winner is responsible for paying all local, county, state and federal taxes on prizes based on the estimated retail value of the prizes as set forth in these rules.   Winner must sign a W-9 form.   

6.  Only one prize will be awarded per household.  Contestants are eligible to win only one prize within any sixty 60 day period, regardless of the number of contests entered.

7.  KOKH, LLC, KOCB, Inc., Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. and Sinclair Television Group, Inc. are not liable if the provider of any part of the prize fails to satisfy its obligations to furnish its portion of the prize.

8.  KOKH, LLC, KOCB, Inc., Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. and Sinclair Television Group, Inc. are not responsible for any liabilities arising directly or indirectly from the award or use of the prize.

9.  In claiming your prize, you acknowledge that KOKH, LLC, KOCB, Inc., Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. and Sinclair Television Group, Inc. have the right to publicize your name, character, likeness, photograph, voice and the fact that you are the winner for promotional purposes without financial remuneration.

Odds of Winning/Miscellaneous

1.  Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received.

2.  Complete contest rules are available Monday through Friday during normal business hours at KOKH-TV, 1228 E Wilshire Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73111 and on the Station's website at www.okcfox.com.

3.  For a list of prize winners, send a separate, self-addressed, stamped envelope to KOKH-TV Prize Winners, 1228 E Wilshire Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73111 by October 31, 2013.

4.  This contest is subject to all applicable laws and regulations and is void where prohibited.  Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., Sinclair Television Group, Inc., KOKH, LLC, KOCB, Inc., and Universal Music Group, Inc. accept no responsibility or liability in connection with any injuries, losses or damages of any kind caused by or resulting from the acceptance, possession or use of any prize awarded hereunder.

5.  Station cannot be held liable for any lost or stolen entries, prizes or contest information.  

6.  Station reserves the right to make rules and contest changes and change the aforementioned contest dates.

7.   By entering this contest, each entrant waives any and all claims of liability against the Station, any sponsors, Facebook.com, and their respective parent, affiliates, officers, directors, employees and agents, for any and all claims, loss, damage or injury which may occur as a result of entrant's participation in this contest.

8.   Facebook, Inc. and www.facebook.com (collectively, "Facebook") are not affiliated with the Station nor this contest.  This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by or associated with Facebook.

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