WNBA.com: 2009 Pick One Challenge Prizes
Prizes

(1) Grand Prize: Winner’s choice the following: 1) One autographed authentic WNBA jersey and 2) One unsigned authentic WNBA jersey (Approximate Retail Value ("ARV")=$300).
WNBA’s player autograph is subject to availability. If the selected WNBA player’s is unavailable for the autograph for any reason, an alternate WNBA personality as determined
solely by Sponsor will provide her autograph. ARV reflects unautographed merchandise. ARV of hand-signed merchandise subject to fluctuation based on the featured WNBA
player and current market value at time of prize award. WNBA basketball is not game used.

(14) Weekly Prizes: $50 gift certificate to WNBAStore.com (ARV=$50/each). Total ARV of all prizes=$1,000. All prize details are at Sponsor’s sole discretion.
Gift Certificates subject to certain terms and conditions as specified by issuer.



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