Priority Club “Win It In A Minute” Game Abruptly Ends
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Those who have been hoping to win Priority Club points in the “Win it in a minute” trivia challenge game through April 15, 2011 are out of luck, as the promotion has abruptly ended as of February 25, 2011 due to some technical issues that have been identified with the trivia challenge, that those issues are beyond the control of the sponsor, and that the sponsor feels the issues “have impaired the proper functioning of the contest.”
Every day, the 50 participants who accrued the highest score in a day won 5,000 Priority Club points; while every week, the 100 participants who accrued the highest score for that week won 15,000 Priority Club points. However, there were major flaws in the trivia challenge that allegedly allowed for rampant cheating to occur, which could not be resolved satisfactorily.
Those official winners who have legitimately won Priority Club points during the trivia challenge will receive their awards within three to four weeks.