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Today is a slight departure from my usual house chatter to give you some information about a Match & Win Dream House Game sponsored by Goya, Tyson and Reynolds Wrap Foil where you can win a $500,000 dream house.
I’m not kidding!
That’s the grand prize amongst over $1,000,000 in prizes to be given away.
There are 2 ways to enter to win.
A.) Purchase participating products (see below for the list) from either Goya, Tyson and/or Reynolds Wrap Foil and look for the game piece. There are two halves to a winning game piece. If you collect the right half and the left half of a prize…you win! Simple as that. Here are the products where you can find the game pieces:
- Goya Blue Label Beans and Yellow Rice
- Tyson Chicken Tenders, Nuggets, Breast Filets and Patties, Oven Roasted
- Chicken and Refrigerated Heat N Eat Entrees
- Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil, including Heavy Duty Foil and Release Non-Stick Foil
B.) No purchase necessary method. See the rules for entering.
There is only one $500,000 Dream Home to be awarded but there are also more than 3000 other kitchen-related prizes you could win including:
- $500,000 Dream House (1)
- $50,000 Dream Kitchen (2)
- $25,000 Kitchen Renovation (2)
- $10,000 Kitchen Makeover (4)
- $5,000 Kitchen Improvement (8)
- $2,500 Refrigerator Freezer (20)
- $1,000 Double Oven (50)
- $500 Set of Pots and Pans (100)
- $100 Kitchen Appliance (500)
- $25 in Kitchen Cookware (2,800)
All prizes will be paid by check in one lump sum upon verification of prize claims.
Read the rules for deadlines, etc.
Click on the Dream House Match & Win Game link to enter.
Not too shabby just for picking up a couple of cans of beans and rice.
I started as a home-stalker… visiting brand new homes under construction in the neighborhoods near my house. That inspired me to write about home building and home renovation projects — chronicling homes during different phases of construction from a consumer's point-of-view. Basically, the tips you'll find in my articles are a collection of checklists for what I think should (and should not) go into building or remodeling a quality home.