Only a few more hours left to bid on 2 Tickets to Entertainment Weekly’s Comic-Con Party in San Diego, July 2014 from Charity Buzz. The auction is valued at $2000, but it will most likely go WAY over that amount as it is almost impossible to get in! Good luck to everyone who enters!
Enter Entertainment Weekly’s Game of Thrones Ultimate Experience Sweepstakes to win a trip for 2 to attend Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego and the Game of Thrones Panel. 50 winners will receive a Game of Thrones Hardcover Book Set and 50 winners will receive a Box Set of Game of Thrones Season 1 DVDs.
This is the detailed prize info and breakdown!
- GRAND PRIZE: One (1) Grand Prize for two (2), Grand Prize Winner and a guest, to attend “Comic-Con®” and the Game of Thrones Panel at “Comic-Con®” 2012 in San Diego, California. Trip includes round-trip coach airfare on a commercial airline for two (2) to San Diego, California from winner’s nearest major airport, round-trip car transfers to and from San Diego airport and the hotel, three (3) nights, four (4) days standard hotel accommodations based on double occupancy at a hotel of the sponsor’s choice, two (2) four (4) day passes to “Comic-Con®” and two (2) tickets to the Game of Thrones Panel. Trip is available from July 12, 2012 through July 15, 2012. The Total Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) of Grand Prize is: $3,860.00
- First Prizes: Fifty (50) First Prize Winners will each receive a Game of Thrones Hardcover Book Set. Each Book Set will be signed by George R.R. Martin. (ARV: $172.00 each). Total ARV of First Prize: $8,600.00
- Second Prizes: Fifty (50) Second Prize Winners will each receive a Box Set of Game of Thrones Season 1 DVDs. (ARV: $59.99). Total ARV of Second Prizes: $2,999.50
Odds of winning will depend upon the total number of eligible entries received, but is estimated at 1:10,000 for Grand Prize and 50:10,000 for First and Second Prizes. The Total ARV of all prizes: $15,459.50.
Entertainment Weekly has released their new cover for their magazine and it has the Andrew Garfield in costume as the Amazing Spider-Man. I’m hoping this movie does well, but we’ll just have to see right? Anyone else tired of all of the reboots? I guess it’s whatever gimmick the studios can use to get us to watch their movies. Let’s not forget 3-D. Anyways, the costume has been changed a bit and will have to wait and see what EW has for other photos of the costume. The issue is out tomorrow July 15th.