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Enter to Win Tickets to ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT #SanJose #Giveaway #SMLatinas

by Migdalia Rivera

This has been a stellar year for family friendly movies and it doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon!

ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT, the 4th installment of the Ice Age franchise, aka ICE AGE 4, is back this summer in 3D.

 

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The adventure returns with Manny, Sid and Diego trying to survive some earth-shattering upheavals caused by Scrat’s nutty pursuit of his cursed acorn (Poor guy never catches it does he?!). In the process of staying alive, Sid reunites with his long lost family and we get to meet a whole new bunch of characters. Based on the trailer below, the laughter and fun, as they try to get home, is sure to make it a summer flick to remember!
 

Don’t you just love when Manny tells Peaches (his daughter), “See? He still hugs his parents!” and Peaches sighs and rolls her eyes. It’s good to know it’s universal! :)

ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT opens nationwide on July 13, 2012. However, yet again, Latina on a Mission readers will have the opportunity to see an advance screening! Can I get a “Wepa”?!

Two (2) readers will receive a family four-pack of tickets. The screening begins at 10:30 am on July 7, 2012. Exact location will be emailed to the winners. The tickets are first come first served so please, please, PLEASE get there at least 45 minutes before the screening. No Latina time, ok? I wouldn’t want you to get turned away!

To enter follow the instructions below. ¡Suerte! / Good luck!

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To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in Chicago, click HERE.

To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in Dallas, click HERE.

To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in Houston, click HERE.

To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in Los Angeles, click HERE.

To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in New York, click HERE.

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To enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT in San Jose see below.

MANDATORY ENTRY

In a comment, let me know who is your favorite ICE AGE character.

 

EXTRA ENTRY

1. Follow @MsLatina on Twitter and tweet about the giveaway, stating the below. Provide me with the tweet URL in a comment. Three tweets per day, spaced out by at least 1 hour, till the giveaway ends.

Enter to win tickets to see ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT http://bit.ly/IceAgeSanJose  #SanJose #Giveaway #SMlatinas

2. Share this post on Google+, Stumble Upon, Technorati, Digg, and/or Facebook. Three (3) extra entries for each share. Just let me know you shared and your username, if applicable!

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Giveaway ends July 5, 2012 at 11:59 P.M. EST
Open to US residents only
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As always, I will use random.org to select the winner. The winner will have 1 hour to respond or another winner will be selected. Also, don’t forget, in order for random.org to count all of your entries a separate comment must be entered for each item that is completed. Random.org will not count it otherwise.

Winners will be contacted by email or DM and announced on the Giveaway Winners page.

Disclosure: Latina On a Mission (“LOAM”) will also receive advance screening tickets to the above movie. No other compensation was given for the hosting of this giveaway.

 

About the Author

Migdalia Rivera, also known as Ms. Latina in social media, is a single Latina mother of a teen, tween and 2 Australian Shepherds. When not blogging, or chasing after her energetic bunch, she connects influential bloggers with brands and PR agencies via her blogger network, Stiletto Media.

1 Ricardo July 4, 2012 at 1:08 am

Sid has to be my favorite character from the Ice Age movies because he is always getting into his own adventures and is always happy and energetic.

2 Amber July 5, 2012 at 2:01 am

My favorite character is Sid as well. I love his personality.

3 Edgar July 5, 2012 at 11:51 am

My favorite character would have to be Scrat the squirrel because he is always following that acorn but never able to catch it for himself.

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