This promotion is a partnership with COMET TV and all materials supplied have been provided by COMET.

We’ve partnered with COMET TV to offer a giveaway: the Solar Eclipse Prize Pack! One winner will receive one prize package including the items listed below (winner drawn randomly).

Enter by midnight September 4, 2017 using the Rafflecopter form below (U.S. only, must 18 or over, no P.O. boxes).

COMET TV Solar Eclipse Prize Pack includes:

(1) “Total Solar Eclipse” Collectible First Day Issue Stamp – Straight from the USPS this is the official commemorative first day issue stamp (heat sensitive so if you put your thumb on it, it will get lighter revealing more of the picture underneath. This is the first time the USPS has done this!)

(1) Comet USB Charging Bank

(1) Comet Embroidered Hat – An official Comet TV hat is perfect for any ensemble!

(1) Comet Cooler Bag

(1) Limited Edition Comet SPF 30 Sunscreen Squeeze Pouch

Also, don’t forget about the awesome movies airing on Comet TV in August!

Vampire’s Kiss (1973) – Friday, August 25 at NOON/11C

Steel Dawn (1987) – Thursday, August 24 at 6P/5C

An American Werewolf in London (1981) – Sunday, August 27 at 4P/3C and Thursday, August 31 at 6P/5C

1984 (1985) – Monday, August 28 at 6P/5C

Each household is only eligible to win COMET TV Con Survival Kit Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

One lucky winner will be drawn at random and notified via email. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to our notification with their complete name and U.S. mailing address (no PO Boxes). Failure to respond within 24 hours will result in forfeiture and another winner will be selected. For complete giveaway rules, Giveaway Rules and Restrictions

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27 thoughts on “Giveaway: COMET TV Solar Eclipse Prize Pack – OVER

  1. I live in Oregon and was able to see the full eclipse. It was such a beautiful sight to see!

  2. Yes I watched the eclipse in person in my back yard using my dads welding helmet as well as on tv for totality. We only had like 87% coverage here in Arkansas.

  3. What? There was a solar eclipse? I guess I missed it. Thank you for the chance to win.

  4. We got to see the eclipse at 88%. It was really cool seeing how it changed the shadows.

  5. We traveled from NY to Nashville to view it and saw it at 100%! It was such an awesome experience!

  6. I have grandchildren that definitely had a great time viewing an amazing, partial solar eclipse.

  7. My nieces and nephews absolutely had fun watching the marvelous, partial solar eclipse.

  8. It was a wonderful experience for all of my grandchildren to see a partial solar eclipse.

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