NY, Aspen, Chicago, or Orlando

06/19/2009 @ 2:11 PM | General with Comments Off on NY, Aspen, Chicago, or Orlando | Print This Post

The choice is up for grabs should you happen to win any of the 4 trips that BluFrog is offering right now in their It’s a Blu World contest. If you are at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen then this contest is for you. There are 3 ways to enter and you can enter using all 3 methods should you choose. The first is by commenting on the contest page, sending a tweet via Twitter and must include #bluworld and http://bit.ly/UiiJy in your tweet to be registered for the contest, and finally write a blog post about the contest that BluFrog is offering. The contest opens June 16, 2009 and end July 17, 2009 so there is plenty of time to get the entries in on time.

Grand prize is a trip for 2 to any of the aforementioned cities with the winner choosing the location. I think I’d pick Orlando or Aspen. Orlando merely for the fact that I love vacationing down there and could see my grandfather. The Orlando package includes a rookie driving experience though and we all know that I love to drive fast. Aspen for the fact that I have never been there and 2 tickets to the Winter X Games. I love the skiing and snowboarding events.

Chicago will get you 2 tickets to Lollapalooza should you want to see how many of the 120+ acts you could cram in 3 days. New York gives you the opportunity to see Times Square on New Years Eve as well as a helicopter ride for 2 over New York.

Now should you not win one of the 4 trips, there is also a fifth prize of an ultimate gaming package. The package includes an Xbox 360 Elite System, Rock Band 2 Bundle, Call of Duty, Xbox wireless adapter, Complimentary X-Shot, and lets not forget 2 cases of Blu Frog Energy drink so you can stay up all night long playing these games online with your friends. So be sure to get those entries in now as the contest is already open.

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