The MileIQ Great Summer 3 Car Giveaway continues to roll on. We’ve already given away a Chevy Equinox lease (with a $5,000 check), so it’s time for the second car. Refer your friends to MileIQ for your chance to win a Chevy Equinox lease and a $5,000 check to cover any upgrades or taxes.
How Can I Win A Chevy Equinox Lease?
From 7/5/17 to 8/14/17, every time you refer somebody to sign up for MileIQ, you’ll receive one entry into the giveaway. If you refer somebody and they upgrade to a Premium Annual subscription, you’ll receive 10 entries into the giveaway. There’s no purchase needed to enter and the drawing date for the second car will be 8/18/17.
How To Enter the Great Summer 3 Car Giveaway
It’s simple to share MileIQ and enter the Great Summer 3 Car Giveaway.
STEP 1: Open MileIQ on Your Phone
- Open MileIQ on your phone and tap the menu icon on the upper-left corner.
STEP 2: Get to “Refer a Friend”
- Tap “Refer a Friend” near the bottom of the menu.
STEP 3: Share, Share, Share!
- Follow the on-screen prompts to invite your friends via SMS message or email. You can also copy your personal link to share on social media, chat or any other place you’d like.
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You can also share through the MileIQ Dashboard. Just log into the MileIQ Dashboard at dashboard.mileiq.com with the same email and password you use for the app.
Click on the “Settings” tab in the upper right corner, then click on the “Refer a Friend” section on the left menu. You’ll find your personal sharing link that you can include on social media, emails, your website, chat programs or anywhere you’d like to share.
Where Can I Find the Official Sweepstakes Rules?
*No purchase necessary to enter. The Microsoft MileIQ Sweepstakes starts on 7/4/17 and ends 9/1/17. Sweepstakes open to legal residents of the 50 US and DC, 18 years of age or older at time of entry and have a registered MileIQ account. Void where prohibited by law. For complete Official Rules, visit https://www.mileiq.com/blog/microsoft-mileiq-sweepstakes-rules/.
MileIQ’s blog does not constitute professional tax advice. You should contact your own tax professional to discuss your situation.