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Win $20,000 or a $20 Gift Card Playing TracFone's 20th Anniversary Memory Match Game

This year is TracFone's 20th Anniversary. In 1996, the late Frederick J. Pollak launched Top Telecom with then novel idea of selling pre-packaged pay as you go phones through chain convenience and drug stores. Topp Telecom was an immediate success and was acquired by Carlos Slim's Telefonos de Mexico in 1999 for $57.5 million.   In 2000 Telefonos de Mexico rebranded itself as América Móvil and renamed Topp Telecom to TracFone.

To celebrate its 20th Anniversary, the mega MVNO is running a Memory Match game contest for its customers. The grand price is $20,000. There's only one grand price but there are 1200 first prizes of $20 gift card from your choice of a number of retailers. TracFone doesn't list the available gift cards, but someone on HowardForums won and said the choices included Amazon.

To enter TracFone's Memory Match you need to have an TracFone pay as you go number and you also need to have registered your number on TracFone's My Account page.  Be sure you are registered with a current email address because that's how TracFone will contact you if you win. Once you are registered with My Account go tracfone.promo.eprize.com/anniversary/ and register to play the game. The game has 12 cards face down. To play you click two cards to flip them over. If the cards match you win a gift card. By playing the game you are also entered into a drawing for the $20,000 Grand Price. You can play the game once a day through November 11, 2016

Sources: HowardForums, Fierce Wireless

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  1. My memory tells me America Movil defrauds customers. No promotion, not even free service, could cause me to entrust my communication to Slim Helu's criminal enterprise.

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  2. I see a lot of this vitriol around the net. I don't really understand it. The service seems to be quite useful. If I need Verizon service for occasional use, for example, it seems like you can get it for extremely low price not matched by anyone else. I can buy a phone for as low as $13 that includes a year of service through Verizon/Sprint/AT&T/Tmobile towers and 800 minutes, etc. I think you will have trouble matching this... I personally like it a lot.

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    1. You have to understand that the vitriol is come by honestly. Often all it takes is one interaction with America Movil customer circus.

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  3. Seems to have the necessary elements for an illegal lottery. The official rules state "No purchase necessary," however, an entrant is required to be a paying TracFone customer. Looks like TracFone is setting itself up for yet another costly blunder that will have federal and/or state officials "calling."

    http://www.marketingresources.com/pages/sweepstakes-101/38.php

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    1. Why does that not surprise me at all?

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  4. "To enter TracFone's Memory Match you need to have an TracFone pay as you go number"

    Shady Slim's Big Lotto sounds like a total scam.

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  5. anyone playing win anything yet? No luck for me so far.

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  6. If you pick two cards and they match you don't automatically win as this article suggests. You have to play until you have matched up all the cards. I haven't won anything yet. I am wondering if you have to match up all the cards without a mistake in order to win.

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    1. According to the Official Rules it's a random drawing. 20 random times every day, the next person to play the game will win a gift card.

      The game is just a diversion. You have to clear the game board by finding all the matches to have a chance at wining but it doesn't matter how many non matching cards you flip.

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  7. Flipped all the cards to match perfectly and no prize can you say rip off

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    1. Read my reply to mrsmcg above to understand how the game works.

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