Sweepstakes FAQ


This section contains answers to frequently asked questions regarding the rules of the sweepstakes.

Click on the links below to read about each topic.

The game’s changed! What happened?
Does it cost anything to play?
Can I play by phone or mobile device?
How often can I play?
What can I win?

The game’s changed! What happened?

The previous Deal Mania sweepstakes, where a new $1000.00 prize was awarded every week day, closed on September 1, 2010.

This has been replaced with a new sweepstakes, with a much larger prize and different rules altogether. For complete information on this sweepstakes, see the Rules and Regulations from the game’s page.

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Does it cost anything to play?

Playing Deal Mania is always free, we don’t charge you anything.

Your telephone company and/or internet provider’s standard access fees may still apply.

So, if your internet provider charges you a fee for internet access, you will still have to pay this fee, just like you would for visiting any other web site. If you pay a flat rate per month to your provider, that rate will not go up if you play Deal Mania. If you pay per minute, you’ll have to pay your provider for the minutes you spend playing the game.

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Can I play by phone or mobile device?

You cannot play by phone, but you can play on a mobile device if it has an internet browser.

Your carrier’s airtime charges may apply.

The web address for playing on a mobile device is the same as playing on a personal computer:

www.mydealmania.com

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How often can I play?

Depending on the rules of the sweepstakes that is currently running, you are generally entitled to one entry into the sweepstakes draw per day.

Play every day to get the most entries into the draw as you can.

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What can I win?

The amount of the sweepstakes prize is indicated on the Deal Mania home page. This prize could change from time to time, based on the current sweepstakes. The prize amount could be awareded in the form of cash, a gift card or any product or service equivalent to the prize amount. It depends on who is sponsoring the sweepstakes and providing the prize.

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