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Nestlé Butterfinger® Bolder Than Bold Las Vegas Draft Party 9/30/16

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http://www.butterfinger.com/draftoamoe or https://nestle.promo.eprize.com/d...e_id=oamoe or text DRAFT to 35350

Eligibility: Butterfinger® Bolder Than Bold Las Vegas Draft Party (the “Sweepstakes”) is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are at least twenty-one (21) years old at the time of entry.

Timing: The Sweepstakes begins on August 1, 2016 at 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time ("ET") and ends on September 30, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. ET (the "Promotion Period"). The Sweepstakes consists of sixty-one (61) daily entry periods (each a "Daily Entry Period") that run from 12:00 a.m. ET to 11:59 p.m. ET each calendar day during the Promotion Period, and a grand prize entry period ("Grand Prize Entry Period") that coincides with the Promotion Period.

Extra Enter via Additional Website: During the Promotion Period, visit http://www.butterfinger.com/draft, follow the links and instructions to complete and submit the registration form including your valid email address. Valid entrants will receive one (1) extra entry into the Grand Prize drawing.

Limit: During the Promotion Period, each entrant may receive one (1) entry into the Grand Prize drawing by entering via Text Message or the Online Alternate Method of Entry, and one (1) EXTRA entry into the Grand Prize drawing by entering through the Additional Website. During each Daily Entry Period, each entrant may receive one (1) entry into the applicable Daily drawing by entering via Text Message or the Online Alternate Method of Entry.

ONE (1) GRAND PRIZE: A trip for the winner and up to eleven (11) friends to Las Vegas, NV. Trip package includes roundtrip coach-class air transportation for up to twelve (12) people from a major airport near winner's home (determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion) to Las Vegas, NV; two (2) nights' standard hotel accommodations at a hotel determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion (in a suite(s) that will accommodate winner and travel companions); roundtrip ground transportation to and from hotel and airport in Las Vegas, NV; a $100 per diem/day for each guest and $200 per diem/day for winner for a maximum of three (3) days; a fantasy football draft party that includes DJ/host, food and beverage, Plasma TV's and tablets for drafting and in-person insight from hosts. Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) up to $106,786. TAX GROSS UP PAYMENT: Sponsor will also provide winner a single cash payment in the form of a corporate check, which is intended to assist the winner with any federal, state, or other tax obligations related to the Grand Prize (the “Tax Gross-Up Payment”). The Tax Gross-Up Payment will be $32,036*

SIXTY-ONE (61) FIRST PRIZES (one (1) awarded per Daily Entry Period): A $200 gift card that can be used to purchase game day ticket(s). See gift card for restrictions. ARV: $200.

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It would be a bummer to win the Grand Prize....and pay taxes at over $8,000 per per person.

Do some math...Lets say Hotel and Air was $2,000 per person...thats around $24,000.

$300 total for each guest, x12 = ~$4,000

So DJ, some food/drinks, and tablets are worth over $70,000??? I get they pay the estimated taxes, but think this trip would be a liability based on how it affects other taxes you pay.
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It would be a bummer to win the Grand Prize....and pay taxes at over $8,000 per per person.

Do some math...Lets say Hotel and Air was $2,000 per person...thats around $24,000.

$300 total for each guest, x12 = ~$4,000

So DJ, some food/drinks, and tablets are worth over $70,000??? I get they pay the estimated taxes, but think this trip would be a liability based on how it affects other taxes you pay.
Yea, even if they gave a plasma tv to each person it might add another $20,000
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Quote from implode View Post :
It would be a bummer to win the Grand Prize....and pay taxes at over $8,000 per per person.

Do some math...Lets say Hotel and Air was $2,000 per person...thats around $24,000.

$300 total for each guest, x12 = ~$4,000

So DJ, some food/drinks, and tablets are worth over $70,000??? I get they pay the estimated taxes, but think this trip would be a liability based on how it affects other taxes you pay.
Whenever you win a trip, you should do a "dummy booking" for the exact itinerary on the same date they book your trip. Then print it out and do a revised ACV/MSRP when tax time comes around (I did that when I won a trip in the past - and saved the print out in case I got audited).
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Whenever you win a trip, you should do a "dummy booking" for the exact itinerary on the same date they book your trip. Then print it out and do a revised ACV/MSRP when tax time comes around (I did that when I won a trip in the past - and saved the print out in case I got audited).
Thus far, no problems with ARVs. Some trips even came in under budget, and companies made proper adjustments.
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Thus far, no problems with ARVs. Some trips even came in under budget, and companies made proper adjustments.
good idea
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