Win A Trip To Anywhere In The US or $5,000 from Kool Aid

Kool AidKool Aid is currently running the Mystery Flavor Sweepstakes. In the sweepstakes one winner will win their choice of a trip to any city they choose in the US or a check for $5,000.

One thousand other winner will win an instant prize like a Kool Aid thermos, iPhone case or socks.

If I were to win the grand prize it would be tough to decide on whether to pick the trip or the money. I’d probably lean on picking $5,000 and then use it for whatever I choose.

Let’s take a closer look at the sweepstakes.

The Prizes:

Grand Prize: (one winner)  A choice of:

1- A trip for two to winner’s choice of a city in the United States

Trip includes:

  • Coach-class air transportation
  • 5 nights’ hotel accommodations
  • Ground transportation to and from destination airport and hotel
  • $1,000.00 spending money
  • TAX GROSS UP PAYMENT: Sponsor will also provide winner a single cash payment in the form of a corporate check, which is intended to assist the winner with any federal, state, or other tax obligations related to the Grand Prize (The Tax Gross-Up Payment will be $2,000.00.)

OR

2- A $5,000 check

Instant Win Game Prizes:

  • First Prize: (200 winners) A Kool-Aid Mystery thermos
  • Second Prize: (400 winners) Kool-Aid Man iPhone X phone case.
  • Third Prize: (400 winners) One pair of Kool-Aid Mystery socks.

The Rules:

  • Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and DC
  • Must be at least 13 years old at the time of entry
  • There is a limit of one entry per day
  • If grand prize winner chooses the trip, it must be taken with one year from the drawing date.
  • Trip must be booked at least 21 days prior to departure

Sweepstakes ends on April 3, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

If you were to win the grand prize would you pick the trip or the cash?

Find out out more and enter for a chance to win the prize here.

3 thoughts on “Win A Trip To Anywhere In The US or $5,000 from Kool Aid

  1. Depending on how loose their definition of “United States” is, I might pick the trip and go to somewhere like Saipan or Pago Pago (which are technically part of the US…) Flights to those places are crazy expensive- so RT flights plus hotels plus cash could be more worthwhile.

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