Win a Trip to the Super Bowl Courtesy of Go Daddy

Not only is Go Daddy a Super Bowl advertiser, but they are also sponsoring a sweepstakes that will send someone to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. The prize includes the following: a trip for two to Indianapolis (airfare), two tickets to the game, three nights in a local hotel, and transportation to and from the game. The sweepstakes is valued at $12,000.

According to the official rules  of the Super Fan Sweepstakes, “to participate in Go Daddy’s “Super Fan” sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”), you must navigate to the designated page on and “Like”  the Go Daddy Facebook page, and then complete the specific entry form that includes your name,  telephone number and email address, and agree to these Official Rules.”

There are a whole bunch of other  eligibility  rules (like US residents only), so check them out before entering. People can enter to win the sweepstakes through January 4, 2012, and the drawing will be held on January 9, 2012. The Super Bowl will be played on Sunday, February 5, 2012 – right after DomainFest.

There is no cost to enter the sweepstakes and no purchase necessary, but you do need to give permission to the application on Facebook to sign up. Also, this isn’t a paid or sponsored post… just want to pass this info along.

Elliot Silver
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  1. Please stop advertise gd and show support!!!

    Form esitbot site.

    ” If you like the Internet, stop SOPA…
    SOPA, a new bill making its way through congress will allow anyone to take down web sites and domains belonging to anyone else by submitting a “this web site violates my copyright” notice.

    What does this mean for domainers and web site owners?

    It means that your online existence will be at the mercy of a government employee who will make the final decision as to whether or not your business or domain stays online. If they decide that some word or phrase on your web site violates some copyright, or if they are simply in a cranky mood, your domain will disappear.

    This bill paves the way for Internet Censorship. Once this system is in place (from a technical level) it will be easy to add additional provisions to it and disable any site/domain for any reason.”

    • @ John

      Do you share a computer with someone named Arthur? It seems that you keep changing your name but have the same IP. There are enough people hating on Godaddy now, so I don’t think you need to keep changing identities to make it look like there are more.

  2. Good marketing to deflect transfer away from godaddy day.
    Godaddy is such a huge company, and looks like maybe their legal department screwed up by supporting this bill, doesn’t mean everyone within the company supports it, maybe management should have been on it sooner, but with shakeup in ownership, and holiday season I am sure it just slipped through the cracks, fast paced business, more customers then they can probably handle.


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