So here’s the deal. Play 29-ways daily to win one of 85,000 prizes per day.
It’s simple, login, match hotels, once you’ve done the computer will draw an instant sweepstake there and then. Half are losers, the other half can win as little as 50 points (75,000 prizes daily) through 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 20,000 points to 3 daily prizes of a 4-night stay at a “brand of the day” hotel of your choice.
But here’s the catch. It seems you can only win once, there’s a rule that says just this but I, along with the major bloggers, Pointsguy, loyaltylobby, Brian Cohen, headforpoints to name but a few took the view that the “one instant win” rule simply meant each day was a separate competition, hence each person can win once each day. Alas, that seems not to be the case, all those contributing to statistics in those bloggers replies, across Flyertalk and here too report that once they’ve won something (mostly it seems 50 points on the very first day) they don’t win again. Nothing at all. So win 50 points on day one and you have no chance of winning any of the brand hotel stays at all during the following 28 days.
So which is right? The evidence of the maths that clearly mandates for every two entries to the jackpot draw, one minor prize will be awarded, or the emerging evidence that once any daily prize is won, no other prize can be? Can communitymanagers ask a few questions upstairs and circle back here? There’s a correct reply star going for you if you can!
And to make the question clear - Does the 29-ways promotion “one prize per person” rule mean that only one prize can be won per person over the entire 29 days so that once you’ve won a prize you’ve no chance of winning on any subsequent day?
And for everyone else. Can anyone confirm if they’ve won an instant prize more than once?