Lumber Liquidators Win
- Online entry form can be completed to enter
- A quiz can be taken to earn a bonus entry
- Sweepstakes can be followed on social media
Right now there are likely plenty of homeowners out there looking down at the floor in disgust wishing they could rationalize spending the money it takes for a complete flooring makeover. Those who fit this description may perk up a bit after hearing such a daunting task can be had for FREE through the Lumber Liquidators Spring Style Sweepstakes. The new promotion will be awarding 2 lucky winners with a $5,000 Lumber Liquidators store credit that can be used to spruce up an old and worn out floor. Entry to the sweepstakes can be completed by going to the Lumber Liquidators Win page and filling out a brief registration form with a name, email address, street address, state and zip code. Prior to smacking the Submit button a box must be checked to confirm the participant is at least 18 years of age. There is also a second optional box provided than can be checked to sign up to received marketing messages from Lumbar Liquidators.
Count me in! I should probably snap out of my new floor reverie to review the rules first….
- Begins on February 7th, 2018 and closes on April 18th, 2018 (decent little run time!)
- Open to legal U.S. residents who are at least 18 (DC included but AK and HI excluded)
- Residents of AL and NE must be at least 19 while residents of MS must be at least 21
- The potential prize winners will be contacted at the email address provided at entry
- There is a limit of just 2 entries per person throughout the entirety of the sweepstakes
The full Terms & Conditions associated with the sweepstakes can be reviewed by clicking the link posted at the bottom of the Lumber Liquidators Win (never hurts to have a firm grasp on the rules). Those who wish to increase their odds of winning by earning a BONUS entry to the sweepstakes can do so by taking a the Spring Style Quiz. The sweepstakes can be followed or shared on social media by clicking the icons posted under the registration form (Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest).
Lumber Liquidators Spring Style Sweepstakes Sponsor
- Lumber Liquidators, Inc.
- 3000 John Deere Road, Toano, VA 23168
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What is wrong with Lumber Liquidators flooring?
Lumber Liquidators is a U.S. company, but much of its laminate flooring is made in China, and as we discovered during our investigation, may fail to meet health and safety standards, because it contains high levels of formaldehyde, a known cancer causing chemical. ... At their cost and replace it with clean flooring.
Does Lumber Liquidators have good flooring?
For more than two decades, Lumber Liquidators has been committed to providing millions of customers with quality flooring that is sustainable, affordable, and beautiful. ... In 2015, questions were raised about some of our Chinese-made laminate flooring products.
How much does it cost to put hardwood floors in 1000 square feet?
The average cost to install hardwood floors on 1,000 sq. feet is between ,115 and ,140 with most homeowners spending about ,127 for materials and professional labor.
Does Lumber Liquidators still sell Chinese flooring?
Just a few days later, Lumber Liquidators stopped selling all Chinese laminate flooring. But the company had made .9 million from such sales since January 2015, prosecutors said, when executives concluded they had to stop using one Chinese supplier because of the formaldehyde concerns.