15 amazing weekly prizes. A jaw-dropping Grand Prize package. Enter the 2020 HuntStand Sweepstakes today!
The 2020 HuntStand Sweepstakes is underway! Now through Dec. 31 we’re giving away an amazing slate of weekly prizes and a Grand Prize Package valued at more than $29,000 that all sportsmen need to see. How to get in on the fun? No purchase is necessary; Simply create a HuntStand account or log in to your existing account for your first entry. Earn more entries by sharing with friends or using the app!
Enter now for a chance to win one of 15 weekly prize packages; the current Week 5 prize (see image above) is a bowhunting package from Easton and SEVR valued at $504.84.
The Week 5 Prize Package features one dozen 5mm FMJ arrows by Easton and one dozen SEVR Titanium 2.0 broadheads, complete with zippered case.
The arrows are built to provide more penetration than the competition, and add a kinetic punch for thick hide and bone with their full metal jacket. The broadheads are designed for hunters who want the largest possible entry and exit wounds. SEVR’s Stretch Cut blade effect stretches the hide while cutting for a larger-than-blade wound diameter for bigger blood trails and easier recovery.
For more information on the Easton arrows click here, for more on SEVR broadheads click here.
For complete package details, see our full prizes and rules list.The Grand Prize Awaits. More good news? Each weekly entry is eligible for our Grand Prize drawing valued at more than $29,000: a full-featured cutting-edge 2021 Yamaha side by side (the Wolverine RMAX2 1000, shown above) AND a Plotmaster 400 (shown below) with five separate attachments—high-quality equipment to help you plant and maintain your food plots. Good luck from all of us here at Team HuntStand…and don’t forget to earn more entries by sharing with friends or using the app!
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