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Win Tickets to Kick Off the Con
Text "CON" to 20357 for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Kick Off the Con (as we begin the Madison Comic Con celebration) on Thursday, February 5 from 7-10pm at the High Noon Saloon, The Brink Lounge and The Brass Ring. Messge and data rates may apply.
Value: $20 Winners chosen on 2/4/15
Win Tickets to Willy Porter
Text "WILLY" to 20357 to win a pair of tickets to see Willy Porter at the High Noon Saloon on Saturday, March 28. Message and data rates may apply.
Value: $36 Winners drawn on 02.02 and notified via text
Get On The Triple M Guest List: Billy Idol
Listen all weekend for the Billy Idol cue to text to win a pair of tickets to the sold-out Billy Idol concert in Chicago on Saturday, February 7th and a night in a hotel room. Courtesy of the Artists Cooperative!
Winners between 01.30-02.01
Get On The Triple M Guest List: Mark Knopfler
Text MARK to 20357 to win a pair of tickets to see Mark Knopfler at the Riverside Theater on (Wednesday) September 30th!
Quantity: 5 Pairs
Winners drawn on 02.02 and notified via text
The Triple M Bonus Plan returns! Listen at 7am, 11am, 2pm, and 5pm every weekday, for the secret texting keyword. Entrants will have until :15 after each respective hour (i.e. 7:15am) to text the KEYWORD to 72881 or enter at www.entercomcontest.com.
The entrant must enter the correct code word for that contest play as part of the entry process. The code word will change for each play of the contest (i.e. each contest play will have a different code word). One winner will be randomly selected (by Corporate) from each code word contest. Listeners can enter once per mobile phone number per contest play, with a maximum of four times per day.
This is a national contest with four chances to win $1,000 every weekday. Enter the Triple M Bonus Plan, and you will automatically be entered for the chance to win $1,000! One winner will be randomly chosen, from among all entries received nationally, to win the $1,000 cash prize from each contest play.
Value: $1,000, given away four times each weekday, January 26th-February 20th, 2015
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A psychedelic walk down a country road.
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2. Paolo Nutini - "Caustic Love"
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