Official Rules

  • NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
  • Limit two (1) entries per person. One (1) through the #NationalSelfieDay contest form and one (1) by taking the America Saves Pledge through the bonus opportunity presented after completing the entry form.
  • Limit (1) prize per household.
  • Must be 18 to enter. Open to U.S. residents only.
  • Two (2) methods of entry: 1) Completing the #NationalSelfieDay contest form at americasave.org between June 21 and June 23 7, 2017. 2) Via mail by writing your name, phone number, and email address and sending to: America Saves – 1620 Eye Street NW Suite 200, Washington DC, 20006 by June 23, 2017.
  • There is one (1) prize of $100.
  • The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.
  • One (1) winner will be chosen at random from all who enter between June 21, 2017 at 12:00 a.m. EST and June 23, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
  • Winner will be notified by email and phone and has 72 hours to respond. If no response is received within 72 hours, another winner will be chosen.
  • Prize of $100 will be sent to winner as a check via postal mail.
  • Individuals and family members of those who work at Consumer Federation of America are not eligible to win.
  • Only entries received are eligible to win.
  • Data collected is protected by America Saves’ existing privacy policy.
  • Any and all disputes arising out of or connected with this sweepstakes will be governed by the laws of the District of Columbia.

Tip of the Day

  • A new tax law will delay refunds that claim the EITC or ACTC until Feb. 15: http://bit.ly/2hTPLyb v/ @AmericaSaves

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Challenging Herself to Save

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