If you had a time machine, would you go back, forward or stay right here in the present? Personally, I’m all about the past, specifically a trip to the 1960s so I can let my inner hippie truly be free.
Unfortunately, our odds of going anywhere but right here are basically non-existent. The lack of time machine technology is not stopping cookie brand Nutter Butter from reliving the past, however, as they celebrate their 50th birthday by giving away trips to iconic destinations.
“Time travel” opportunities include everything from reviving the ’70s disco era in New York City to transporting back to the ’90s in Beverly Hills, California (90210, of course!) and, my personal favorite, traveling to Woodstock, New York, to celebrate the epic Woodstock Music Festival.
Other locations include Daytona Beach, Florida, Orlando, Florida and Austin, Texas. Each trip is for four people and includes round-trip, coach-class air transportation, three nights’ accommodations at a hotel, $1,000 in spending money, a $400 check for an activity of their choice, a gift bag full of Nutter Butter snacks and travel agent services.
For your chance to win one of the prize packages, just sign up on Nutter Butter’s website, then follow the links and instructions to upload a photo showing how you’re celebrating Nutter Butter’s 50th birthday. Your photo must include Nutter Butter cookies and/or Nutter Butter packaging or this image provided by Nutter Butter. You have until Aug. 31 to enter.
There is a limit of one sweepstakes entry per email address/person, per day. It should go without saying, but photographs must be tame and cannot be explicit, violent, derogatory, etc. Photographs that advertise or promote any other brand will also be disqualified.
Potential sweepstakes winners will be chosen on or around Sept. 3, 2019, via a random drawing. Trip prizes are randomly selected and winners cannot choose where they want to go. You can read the official rules on Nutter Butter’s website.
Will you try to win one of these amazing trips? Which place from the past would you most like to visit?