Eligibility :
Open to legal U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older and who reside within the distribution area of participating telephone directory market areas for the Verizon® Yellow Pages. Employees (including their immediate family members and those living in their household) of Idearc Media Corp. (the “Sponsor”), their respective parents, affiliates and subsidiaries, and the Sponsor’s advertising and promotion agencies, prize suppliers, sales representatives, distributors and other vendor companies involved in the sales and production of printed or online directories in this Sweepstakes (collectively, “Related Entities”) are not eligible.

Timing :
Submission must be postmarked by 12/31/2008 and received by 1/7/2009.

How to Enter :
Game begins on 9/25/2007 and ends when all game pieces are depleted or 12/31/2008, whichever occurs first. This Game is subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Printed directories Instant-Win Game- Upon receipt of the 2007-2008 Verizon® Yellow Pages directory, find the “$5 MILLION GET TO IT™ & WIN” Game Piece. With a coin, gently remove one scratch-off latex box for each of the four questions to reveal an answer. Removal or partial removal of more than one answer to any question will void the game piece. Then look up the answers in the specific Verizon® Yellow Pages indicated in the How To Play section on the back of the game piece. If you do not receive a current directory, a copy can be obtained by contacting Idearc Media Corp at the address set forth below.

To obtain a game piece without a current directory, send a hand printed self-addressed, stamped 6”x9”envelope to: Game Piece Request “$5 MILLION GET TO IT™ & WIN”, P.O. Box 78285, Atlanta, GA 30357. Vermont residents need not provide return postage. Limit one request per envelope, per person, mailed separately. No photocopies, facsimiles or mechanical reproductions of requests permitted. No metered mail will be accepted. Requests will be honored while supplies last and must be received by 1/7/2009.

Limit :
Unlimited entries.

Prize (s):

Printed Game Piece: One (1) Instant Win $5 Million Spending Spree (paid $125,000 per year over 40 years) from Idearc Media Corp. available for game pieces with four (4) correct answers. Odds of receiving a prize winning game piece 1:7,250,000. Odds of removing the correct combination of answers – 1 in 256. Forty-eight (48) Instant Win $50,000 Spending Spree from Idearc Media Corp. available for game pieces with three (3) correct answers. Odds of receiving a prize winning game piece 1:151,042. Odds of removing the correct combination of answers – 1 in 64. Five Thousand (5,000) Instant Win $50 from Idearc Media Corp. available for game pieces with two (2) correct answers. Odds of receiving a prize winning game piece 1:1,450. Odds of removing the correct combination of answers – 1 in 16. One (1) entry for the chance to instantly win a spending spree ranging from $5,000 to $5 Million (paid $125,000 per year over 40 years) for game pieces with one correct answer. A drawing will be held from all game pieces correctly submitted. The person whose game piece is selected will be invited to attend an event for the chance to win $5,000 or $5 Million by selecting from a total of 25 envelopes until 2 envelopes with matching monetary values are revealed. Odds of winning the chance at the event will be determined by the number of correctly submitted entries. Odds of winning $5,000 at the event are 1:1.04. Odds of winning $5 Million (paid $125,000 per year over 40 years) at the event are 1:300.

Seasonal Online Game: Eight (8) Grand Prizes of $50,000 (one for each of 8 “seasons” total value of $50,000 per season); Twelve (12) $1,000 prizes; and Three Hundred (300) $50 prizes will be seeded throughout the Game. Odds of an online entry being selected depend on the number of online entries. Odds of winning a “seasonal” prize if selected are indicated in the chart below. All non-instant winning entrants will be entered into the Second Chance Drawing for a $5 Million Spending Spree (paid $125,000 per year over 40 years).

Total ARV of all prizes :
$50,000

4 COMMENTS

  1. I KNOW FOR A FACT I GOTTEN 3 ANSWER’S RIGHT WITH VERIZON YELLOWPAGES SWEEEPSTAKES OR CONTEST ..I RECORDED MY ENTRY AND TOOK PIC’S AND SEND IT IN THE WAY I WAS INSTRUCTED TO AND MAID SURE IT WAS RECEIVED ..BUT NO RESPONSE AND I DID WIN 50,000 DOLLARS.. BUT NO ONE RESPONDED.”” AS IF VERIZON..PUT OUT A FRAUDULENT GAME PIECE..WHO WOULD THINK IN A MILLION YEAR’S I WOULD NOT SUSPECT THAT I WOULD SCATCH OFF THE RIGHT ANSWER’S THREE OF THEM TO BE EXACT…PLEASE HELP ME CLAIM MY MONEY THE 50,000 I WON..CHECK IT OUT I HAVE PROOF E-MAIL ME “”I NEED HELP

  2. Hi Sharmane,

    Please note that SweepstakesMag DOES NOT administrate any of the sweepstakes listed on http://www.sweepstakesmag.com.
    For this reason, we cannot help you directly claiming a prize.

    However, we can try to help you get the information you need to reach the right person about your problem.

    Unfortunately, there’s no more information on the sweepstakes site.
    You might want to try to contact someone at Idearc Media.
    Please find contact information at http://www.idearc.com/contact.jsp

    Good luck !

  3. I also got three answers right on the game cards that were attached to the new verizon phonebooks. I sent it in according to the directions, have all my receipts and have not heard anything as of yet 2/19/09. According to the entry forms, the contest ended on January 1, 2009. I cannot find any information on line or a phone number to call. Please let me know how to collect the $50,000.

  4. I got all 4 correct and I copied both the front and back of the game piece.I read the rules over and over and I have since moved from the address that I submitted with the winning game piece but that was february 2009 today is April 29,2009. What is going on? I did go to their website but there was no information about claiming the price.I checked ‘gettoitandwin’,’verizon yellow pages’,’idearc media corp’,and idearc media corp/sweepstakes.I led to believe that this is a scam!

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