New AXE Canada Contest

“The Raptorverse Powered by AXE Contest”

Enter now for a chance to win instant win prizes or a $10,000 GRAND PRIZE!

Contest Prizes:

There will be a total of 7,175 Prizes!

1 Grand Prize- One (1) Grand Prize consists of the following experience, ARV: $10,000:

  • A tour of the Scotiabank Arena concourse followed by
  • One (1) Hour experience on the Raptors Scotiabank Arena Court with friends and family. There is a maximum of twelve (12) attendees total, including the prize Winner.
  • One (1) standard double occupancy room for one (1) night at a hotel in Toronto, Ontario (maximum of 6 hotel rooms) The total value of accommodations and travel expenses not to exceed 8,000 CAD for all guests over 250km from Scotiabank Arena.
  • One (1) AXE Premium Gift Pack each, ARV: $15
  • One (1) AXE Toiletry bag
  • One (1) AXE Shampoo
  • One (1) AXE Body Wash
  • One (1) AXE Body Spray
  • One (1) AXE Deodorant
  • One (1) Raptors Outfit each, ARV: $200
  • One (1) Raptors Sweater
  • One (1) Pair of Raptors Sweatpants
  • One (1) $100 gift card to Real Sports Bar each; exclusive of alcohol

4 Legendary Prizes- consisting of (1) Signed Scottie Barnes Raptors Jersey, ARV: $500

55 Epic Prizes – of one (1) of the following three (3) items:
One (1) Raptors Swingman Jersey, ARV: $150
One (1) OVO Raptors Hoodie, ARV: $150
One (1) Wilson Raptors Basketball, ARV: $45

300 Rare Prizes -consist of one (1) of the following four (4) items:
One (1) Raptors Cap, ARV: $35
One (1) pair of Raptors Socks, ARV: $30
One (1) Raptors Flag, ARV: $30
One (1) Raptors Scarf, ARV: $30

1,815 common prizes -consist of One (1) $10 Real Sports Apparel Discount Code, ARV: $10

5,000 AXE Prizes– consist of One (1) AXE Product, ARV $5.99

How to Enter:

  • Open The Raptorverse Powered by AXE website on a mobile device
  • Explore The Raptorverse and find a collectible item that will earn an entry into the Contest
  • Throughout the duration of the Contest Period, each Entrant will have a chance to win from multiple tiers of prizes
  • Entrant is responsible to fill out all required information, including email address, on the Entry ballot to be eligible

There is no limit on the number of Entries per Entrant within the Contest Period.

**This contest is picky, it doesnt seem to work on certain browsers or phones..try a different browser on your mobile device if it doesnt work for you.

Good Luck!!

Axe Canada Contest Rules:

  • Open to Canada only
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age 13 and older
  • Unlimited entries allowed

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The AXE Canada Contest ends November 02, 2022

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