Monster Energy Build Your Own Tough Mudder Team Sweepstakes

If you’re looking to compete in a 2016 Tough Mudder event, this sweepstakes is for you! By entering the Monster Energy Build Your Own Tough Mudder Team Sweepstakes, you could win a trip for you and five of your toughest friends to compete in a selected 2016 Tough Mudder event in the United States!

What is Tough Mudder? Have a look at the video below to find out.

Starting on January 1st, go online at MonsterEnergy.com and look for the Build Your Own Tough Mudder Team Sweepstakes promotional banner or scan the QR code found on specially marked displays and promotional advertising in-store using your smartphone to access the sweepstakes page. Next, follow the instructions to complete and submit the entry by providing all requested information to receive one entry into the sweepstakes. You may enter only once during the entire sweepstakes period, regardless of the method of entry and you must submit your entry by 11:59 pm (PT) on December 31, 2015 to be eligible to win.

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One lucky grand prize, selected in a random drawing nn or about January 5, 2016, will receive the following items:

  • round-trip, economy class airfare tickets for the Grand Prize Winner and his/her five (5) guests to a major airport near the selected 2016 Tough Mudder event in the United States;
  • ground transportation between the airport and the event venue;
  • three (3) nights’ standard hotel accommodations;
  • $1,000 in spending money;
  • six (6) entries into the selected 2016 Tough Mudder event in the United States;
  • six (6) Muscle Monster gear packages.

Plus, a total of 100 other winners shall each win a Monster Energy wind breaker valued at $100.

In order to enter the Monster Energy Build Your Own Tough Mudder Team Sweepstakes, you must be a legal resident of one of the fifty (50) United States and/or the District of Columbia and be eighteen (18) years of age or the age of majority in your state of residence, whichever is greater, or older at the time of entry.

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