Ticket Tuesday

Contest Rules:

  1. No purchase necessary.
  2. To be eligible, entrants must go online to waow.com and fill out the “Ticket Tuesday Entry Form.”
  3. Two winners are selected each week on Monday mornings and announced Tuesday on Wake Up Wisconsin.
  4. Winners are selected at random. One will be chosen from the online entry form. One will be chosen from the text entries.
  5. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries in the two databases.
  6. Any applicable taxes are the responsibility of the winner.
  7. Winners must be willing to have their name presented on air.  Winner’s name may also be used for publicity purposes without compensation.
  8. Winners may win multiple times.
  9. Employees of WAOW and their families are not eligible.
  10. All prizes will be picked up at the “Will Call” line at the Grand Theater in Wausau.
  11. WAOW reserves the right to settle all disputes and to change and alter the details of the contest as circumstances merit.
  12. WAOW will conduct the contest and WAOW will be the final judge on all matters related to this contest. The judges’ decisions are final, binding and conclusive on all matters. By entering this contest, entrants accept and agree to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the judges relative to the contest.


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