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New WB Contest to Win Trip to Set of Deathly Hallows, WB Widget, Shop Wishlist

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Posted by: sue
December 05, 2008, 11:39 PM

Warner Bros have now opened a new contest to win a trip to London and tour the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The Hogwarts Holiday contest, open to residents of the US to people 13 years and older, runs now until December 31, with the winner announced on January 7, 2009. The winner will receive a trip to London, England for five days and will include a visit to the set of Deathly Hallows "tentatively scheduled to take place sometime between Spring to Winter of 2009." To enter, click here.

Also new from WB is a widget to add to your own blog or space, that contains videos such as the new trailer for HBP, as well as one for the Harry Potter 20Q game and more. Also on the widget are links to a game that if answered correctly will get you a discount at the WB store. Finally, WB has a opened their wishlists for Harry Potter merchandise from the store.

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61 Comments

iL0VEseamus

i already entered.. but it doesnt say how many times a day you can enter :|

Posted by iL0VEseamus on December 05, 2008, 11:47 PM report to moderator
Abby

I hope we can enter a couple of times a day because I have done research on leavesden studios and the only way to get In is with a contest like this

Posted by Abby on December 05, 2008, 11:58 PM report to moderator
Christine

I agree, can we enter multiple times? To win this is better than winning the lottery, seriously.

Posted by Christine on December 06, 2008, 12:20 AM report to moderator
Valistia

It actually says in the official rules that only one entry per email address or household is allowed. “Any attempt by a participant to obtain more than the allowable entries by using multiple/different e-mail addresses, identities or any other methods will void all of that participant’s entries.”

Posted by Valistia on December 06, 2008, 12:31 AM report to moderator
Tucker

Valista, it dosen’t say anything about how many times one person can use their email address…..

Posted by Tucker on December 06, 2008, 12:34 AM report to moderator
Valistia

Go to the entry form and click on Official Rules…it’s number 4 where it says that.

Posted by Valistia on December 06, 2008, 12:44 AM report to moderator
luciusgal

Tucker, Yes it does say that. I was going to have my husband enter too under his email, however I read the rules and don’t want to spoil my chances. Good luck everyone!!!!

Posted by luciusgal on December 06, 2008, 01:43 AM report to moderator
Jutti

Oh darn! I guess my cat can’t enter for me! ; o )

Posted by Jutti on December 06, 2008, 02:08 AM report to moderator
Natalie

For people in the US…. oh, thanks :(

Posted by Natalie on December 06, 2008, 02:17 AM report to moderator
GingerGirl

I’d love to win this prize, but since I’m from Denmark, I’m once again deprived of such an opportunity. Thanks WB. I know Denmark is a small country (population 5,5 millions), but some of us are HP-fans too. We’ve even had a HP-con here a few years ago. But guess we’re not all that important. Good luck to all you americans participating.

Posted by GingerGirl on December 06, 2008, 03:55 AM report to moderator
hannah

that is so unfair!!!! why can’t people from around the world enter? why is it just us? silly warner brothers, i mean i live in england but i would still LOVE to go to london for 5 days. it’s so stupid i mean england is where harry grew up and scotland is where hogwarts is, so if anything we should be first inline to this competition!!!

Posted by hannah on December 06, 2008, 05:23 AM report to moderator
hannah

that is so unfair!!!! why can’t people from around the world enter? why is it just us? silly warner brothers, i mean i live in england but i would still LOVE to go to london for 5 days. it’s so stupid i mean england is where harry grew up and scotland is where hogwarts is, so if anything we should be first inline to this competition!!!

Posted by hannah on December 06, 2008, 05:28 AM report to moderator
hannah

that is so unfair!!!! why can’t people from around the world enter? why is it just us? silly warner brothers, i mean i live in england but i would still LOVE to go to london for 5 days. it’s so stupid i mean england is where harry grew up and scotland is where hogwarts is, so if anything we should be first inline to this competition!!!

Posted by hannah on December 06, 2008, 05:30 AM report to moderator
hannah

that is so unfair!!!! why can’t people from around the world enter? why is it just us? silly warner brothers, i mean i live in england but i would still LOVE to go to london for 5 days. it’s so stupid i mean england is where harry grew up and scotland is where hogwarts is, so if anything we should be first inline to this competition!!!

Posted by hannah on December 06, 2008, 05:31 AM report to moderator
Sara

Oh god. you know what people in Sweden är HP- fans too! We are not a small country! (9 million) BUT WHATEVER! We had a midnight party outside or science ficiton bookstore and waited for beedle the bard! We have HP convensions here!!!!!!!!! Erised 08 was the greatest thing (it was an convention summer of 2008) And now we are going to have on this summer!! PLEASE THINK OF USSSS

Posted by Sara on December 06, 2008, 06:35 AM report to moderator
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