General Contest Rules

For contests on 96.5 WMLL, winners must be at least 18 and live or work within 75 miles of our studios at 500 Commercial St., Manchester, NH. We will make reasonable efforts to award prizes within 30 days after winning. Winner must claim prizes within 45 days after winning, or prior to stated expiration date, or winner will forfeit all rights to claim the prizes. Prizes are not transferrable or exchangeable and may not be redeemed for cash. Winners must present valid legal ID and sign a release form, and are responsible for all taxes and fees. When listeners are required to call-in to win, it’s (603) 669-9650, unless otherwise instructed. For texting, it’s 77000.  If you’re listening to the Internet stream of the station, programming may be delayed affecting contest participation. By playing, you grant us the full right to publicize your name, likeness, voice, and details of winning.  We assume no responsibility for any problems in contacting us or if an event is cancelled for reasons beyond our control. Only one winner per household per 30 days. Any prizes awarded to an ineligible listener will be deemed null and void, and an alternate eligible winner may be named.  Employees of Saga Communications of New England, LLC and 96.5 WMLL, or its parent, and restricted persons named in our written rules are not eligible to win contests.  No purchase necessary. Contests void where prohibited. Federal, state, and local laws apply. Our privacy policy, these rules and additional rules for specific contests, which may amend these rules, are available between 8:00am and 5:00pm weekdays, at 500 North Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101, www.965TheMill.com.

Updated 1/30/13

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