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OPENRICE GOURMET CHALLENGE 2013!

WANNA WIN A TRIP TO TOKYO, JAPAN?!

If yes why not try your luck by joining the

 Tokyo, Japan

HOW TO JOIN?


Frequently Asked Questions 


1. How do I redeem the Sure Win Prizes? 
- You can redeem one (1) sure win prize every month, up to a maximum of 4 prizes throughout the duration of this contest.
- Submit the required number of reviews before the end of the month (30-Apr, 31-May, 30-Jun, 31-Jul) and fill in this formto redeem a sure win prize every m
- For more information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

2. How do I win the 1st – 8th Grand Prizes?
- You will need to be the top 8 reviewers with the most number of reviews submitted between 18 March 2013, 000hrs – 31 July 2013, 2359hrs 
- You must also meet the minimum criteria for the relevant prize, as mentioned on the Prizes page (for eg. at least 400 reviews to win the iPad 2) 

3. How do I win the Monthly Grand Prize?
- To win a LotusGrill® Smokeless Charcoal Barbecue Grill (sponsored by ToTT), you must submit at least 30 reviews within the month. 
- We will pick 1 winner each month via a lucky draw to win the LotusGrill® Barbecue Grill set (worth $258) 

4. I have more questions. Who can I contact?

- Email us at marketinginfo@OpenRice.com.sg if you have any more questions about this contest.


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