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Watch & Win Kindle Fire HD Give-a-way

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Watch News 2 Today week days starting at 5:00a.m. ET. Each week day starting April 22, 2013 and ending on May 10 (the daily Watch and Win Game Period), one (1) name will be announced during News 2 Today (No daily watch and win Games will be held  on weekends). 

The winner will have 5 minutes to call the number announced and/or displayed on the screen and someone from the morning crew will answer to verify the winner. 

With your entry you also have a chance to win a Grand Prize -- Airfare for 2 to NY, 2 nights' hotel & 2 Broadway show tix.

The daily winner will be announced during News 2 Today and the Grand Prize winner will be announced May 24, 2013.

Register with your email address below and fill out and entry form.

Thanks for entering.  Good Luck!

  • Win A Kindle Fire Entry Form

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Eligibility is limited.  Restrictions and deadlines apply.  Read the Official Rules. Void where prohibited. 

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    We're sorry, but only one entry is allowed per person.
    Thank you for your continued interest.

    Thanks for entering.  Good luck!

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