Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win

Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win

Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win – winwithnaturalselections.com

Ends October 7, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win Prizes- winwithnaturalselections.com

There are two (2) Grand Prizes available to be won, each consisting of $5,000 in cash (paid by cheque). The odds of winning a Grand Prize will depend on the total number of eligible entries received. There are one hundred and twenty five (125) Instant Win Prizes available to be won by playing the online game at winwithnaturalselections.com, consisting of seventy five (75) $20 cash prizes and fifty (50) $10 Maple Leaf product coupons for eligible Maple Leaf product

Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win

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How to earn additional plays in the Maple Leaf Natural Selections Match N Win

Once you have registered for the Contest to earn plays that can be used to play the  Game click “Continue” or  login on the Contest Website (using the email address and password you provided at the time of registration) and visit the Contest home page  After registration you will receive five (5) Plays. From the Home Page, you can select any of the following options during the Contest Period:

Opt-in to Receive E-mail Offers:  you will receive twenty (20) Plays.

Take the Challenge: If you select to take the Contest challenge (the “Challenge”), you will be presented with a series of up to fifteen (15) Challenge questions.

“Like” the Sponsor’s Facebook Page:

Enter UPC Codes: You may only enter up to six (6) different UPC codes (each a “UPC Code”) during the Contest Period.   For each different UPC Code that you enter, subject to the previously mentioned limitation, you will receive ten (10) Plays.

“Share” the Contest: You can earn up to a maximum of fifty (50) Plays as a result of friends registering for the Contest pursuant to this option. Subject to this limitation, you will earn five (5) Plays per unique friend that registers for the Contest (see Section 3) for the first time in accordance with one of the five (5) methods outlined below: