Audubon Nature Institute Ticket Giveaway #3!!

May 28, 2012 By Tracy

Congratulations to last week’s winner Brandi L., Entry #109!! We are now entering week 3…could YOU be our next winner?? This week’s winner will once again win 4 FREE Tickets to the Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas or the Audubon Insectarium! (Winner’s Choice)

This week’s giveaway is going to ROCK with even MORE chances for you to WIN when you share this giveaway with your friends and family!! All you have to do is send your friends and family here to enter to win. When asked how they learned about the giveaway have them enter YOUR NAME and you’ll snag 5 EXTRA Entries for each person you refer to the giveaway!! WOW!! So enter below and start SHARING!! (Please note all extra entries will be added at the end of the giveaway!)

Remember it is super easy to enter using the “rafflecopter” form below, and you can complete as many or as little of the entries as you choose. There are also a couple daily entries, so bookmark this page and come back every day.

One winner will be selected on June 4th, and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be selected. Giveaway is open to US residents 18 or older only. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook or Twitter. And as always if you have any questions, please contact me at [email protected] Good Luck!

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And be sure to come back next week for giveaway #4!

Now lets check out some of the awesome sites you’ll see at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas!!

From the Jellies, to Sea Otters, and Penguins and Sharks, you’ll be mesmerized by these beautiful animals and so much more. You will also find hundreds of colorful parakeets in Parakeet Pointe. Then there’s the interactive Frog area which is always a favorite area of mine. Adventure Island also offers an interactive play zone where you will even be able to touch and during feeding times help feed the cownose rays. (Super Fun!) Then there is the 400,000 gallons of man-made saltwater exhibit packed with animals from across the Gulf of Mexico including the King Mydas, an endangered green sea turtle. Want more? Well, there is plenty of that. You can check it all out here.

I was provided tickets from the Audubon Nature Institute; however all views expressed are 100% my own.