You may recall me telling you a couple weeks ago about the BMO Harris Bank Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes. Well we are now into week 4 of the sweepstakes and I just wanted to remind you all of what a fun and educational experience this is. It comes with the guarantee that you will be entertained and learn something new and the chance of winning great cash prizes from $500-$2000!
The BMO Harris Bank Scavenger Hunt is a interactive game experience with a town-like environment that takes you through major life milestones such as going to college or getting married. There are only two weeks left to participate so don't miss out on the useful financial tips it provides that apply to each of these key moments in life and the chance to win big!
Every week a new environment opens and you have the opportunity to learn more and collect tokens for a chance to win $500-$2000. The five stages that are being featured during this sweepstakes are:
Having a new baby
Getting a new job
Purchasing a new home
Getting ready for college
Managing your finances
You can enter the sweepstakes once a week for the next two weeks! I just entered for the fourth week, which is Getting Ready for College, and it only took about 5 minutes. Simply visit their Facebook page and click on the button to the right that says 'BMO Harris Bank Scavenger Hunt Sweepstakes'.
Next click 'Enter Week Four'. This will bring you to a new environment where you can learn different tips about entering college and earn tokens to enter the sweepstakes. There are five map points to click on and three tokens hidden.
Click on the different map markers until you have found all three tokens, this will unlock the entry gateway for the sweepstakes where you simply type your name, email and a couple other things to be entered for the chance to win $500-$2000!
I had so much fun participating in the contest and so I liked BMO Harris Bank Facebook! You can do the same, as well as enter the sweepstakes, HERE.
Going through the BMO Scavenger Hunt experience on Facebook was so much fun and I really learned from the great tips provided throughout the game. Are you or someone you know preparing for college?