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One of the things that I love about entering sweepstakes is the chance to win a prize that would totally change my life. And Butterfingers is giving away one of those life-changing prizes in the Butterfinger Defense League Unlock the One Million Dollar Key Search.

To play for the grand prize, you must pick a series of keys that matches a series of doors. Once you choose the correct combination, you will have the chance to enter the million-dollar drawing. The million-dollar grand prize will be paid out as either an annuity of $50,000 a year for 20 years, or a lump-sum payment of $710,000.

In addition to the million-dollar drawing, there's also an instant sweepstakes. 25 first-prize winners will each receive $1,000, while 500 second-prize winners will each receive a $50 check.

Entry into Butterfinger Defense League's Unlock the One Million Dollar Key Search is open to US residents above the age of 18. Enter daily through August 31, 2010.

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July 11, 2010 at 10:17 pm
(1) Pam says:

Starting July 10th there is a problem with entering the game code for the Butterfinger win 1,000,000 contest. I had asked for a game code via email. It was sent, when I enter the code the box keeps coming back up repeating please enter game code. I started entering on July 8th and the game worked fine. But starting July 10th the game is blocked and will not accept the game code. So, you can not play the game. This also happened on both my husbands and sons attempts to play the game.

July 12, 2010 at 6:48 pm
(2) JD says:

I’ve entered each day since the beginning with codes received via e-mail & haven’t had a problem.

July 15, 2010 at 10:14 am
(3) Lisa says:

I’ve gotten at least five different codes through the e-mail and when I tried entering each of them, they’ve ALL been rejected…it states “code not accepted”. For one thing, the e-mail codes consist of 10 characters whereas the candy-bar codes are apparently six digits. Why would they send 10-digit codes and then reject them upon entry??

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