Disney’s Moana Aulani Getaway Sweepstakes(Expired)

Disney’s Moana Aulani Getaway Sweepstakes
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Enter the Disney’s Moana Aulani Getaway Sweepstakes for a chance to win a 5-night trip for four to Honolulu, HI!

One Grand Prize winner will receive roundtrip airfare for four to Honolulu, HI, for a 5-night stay at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, and a $500 Disney Gift Card!

Entry Frequency:
End Date:
December 30, 2016
Eligibility:
Open to persons who are 13 years of age or older (please see the subsection below if you are a Minor (as defined below)), who are legal residents of, and physically located within, the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, or Canada.
Start Date:
November 14, 2016
Official Rules:
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Prize(s):

One (1) prize (“Prize”) will be awarded to the Winner and up to three (3) guests (“Guests”), and together with Winner, collectively, the “Group”), which consists of (i) a five (5) night vacation to Honolulu, HI (“Trip”). Prize consists of the following elements: [a] hotel accommodations at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina Hawai’i (one (1) standard room/quad occupancy, including room tax) for five (5) consecutive nights; [b] if Winner’s residence is located other than on the Island of Oahu, roundtrip coach air transportation on a Sponsor-selected carrier between a Sponsor-selected major metropolitan airport near Winner’s residence (“Airport of Origin”) and the Honolulu International Airport; [c] if air transport is provided, airport/hotel transfers; [d] one (1) Disney Gift Card with a value of five hundred ($500) dollars (for Winner only and subject to restrictions). If this Prize is awarded to a non-resident of California, this Prize will also include an estimated cash amount of $451.15, which cash amount will be withheld to defray his/her payment of taxes due as a result of winning this Prize. ARV: (i) $6,445.00 (if Winner is a resident of California); or (ii) $6,896.15 (if Winner is not a resident of California).


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