Daily News $200 Christmas Cash Giveaway begins today

IRON MOUNTAIN – The annual Daily News $200 Christmas Cash Giveaway has begun.

“Four lucky winners will share in the fun and cash prizes,” said Circulation Manager Jennifer Flynn.

Ten names will be selected each week at random until Dec. 14 from all entries to advance as semi-finalists to win $200 in Christmas cash. Semi-finalists will be listed inside The Daily News.

It’s easy to enter. Simply clip the “$200 Christmas Cash Giveaway” entry form found inside The Daily News.

Drop off or mail the completed entry form to: The Daily News, P.O. Box 460, 215 E. Ludington St., Iron Mountain, MI 49801.

Giveaway participants can increase their chances to win by obtaining bonus entry forms. Participants receive up to 100 entries when you start or renew an existing six-day subscription to The Daily News between today and Dec. 14.

“Four lucky semi-finalists will be selected at random on Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. to win one of the prizes listed: $100, $50 and two $25 cash,” Flynn said.

When making a renewal payment in-person or by mail, include a note when mailing your subscription renewal and we’ll automatically enter on your behalf.

No purchase necessary.

Entry forms are available at no charge at The Daily News. Limit one entry form per person per day.

No entries will be accepted via fax or e-mail. Photocopied or reproduced entries are not valid.

The Daily News is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail should participants mail their entries.

All entries are property of The Daily News.

Flynn said the odds of winning will be determined by the number of entry forms received and cannot be pre-determined.

All persons 18 years of age and older are eligible to enter and win.

The Daily News and Powers Printing employees and their immediate family members are not eligible to enter or win.

Each winner agrees to give The Daily News permission to publish their name and photo for promotional purposes.

All decisions made by The Daily News judges are final.

The Daily News reserves the right to revise or clarify contest rules as necessary at any time.