WIN COMPLIMENTARY PASSES
To see THE WOLFMAN on Wednesday, Feb. 10
When the moon is full, the legend comes to life. Universal Pictures presents Academy Award® winner Benicio del Toro and Academy Award® winner Anthony Hopkins in THE WOLFMAN.
Enter below for your chance to win passes.
In theaters February 12th.
Contest ends on Sunday, February 7.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Contest is open to Georgia residents, except employees of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Universal Pictures and immediate families of the same. Contestants under 18 must have a parent’s permission to play. Contestants must enter their email address and phone number to play; failure to do so will result in disqualification. Not responsible for failure to receive entries due to transmission failures or technical failures of any kind. Only one entry per person, per giveaway; more than one entry will result in disqualification. Limit one pass per person; each pass admits two. Upon entry submission, each eligible contestant will receive a message confirming entry and providing instructions for obtaining passes from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s office, located at 72 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA 30303. Contest begins on February 1 and runs until supplies last, no later than February 7. Contest entry will not be recognized after all passes have been awarded. WINNERS ARE LIMITED TO ONE SCREENING WITHIN A 30-DAY PERIOD AND MUST SHOW A VALID GEORGIA PHOTO ID IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A PASS. No substitution of prizes. Prizes are not refundable or transferable. Winners are responsible for all taxes on prizes, if any. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is not responsible if the event is postponed or canceled. Please arrive early to the screening. Theater is intentionally overbooked by the movie studio to ensure capacity. No one will be admitted once the film begins. Decision of the judges is final. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and free internet service are available at your local public library. If you have questions, call 404-526-7249. To check the availability of passes, call 404-526-5100.