Wheel of Fortune is partnering with Minto Communities to give one lucky viewer a free Florida house this week as part of their “Home Sweet Home Giveaway.”
If you’ve ever dreamed of wasting away in Margaritaville but are younger than 55, there may be a free home in Westlake in your future.
Wheel of Fortune is partnering with Minto Communities to give one lucky viewer a free house this week as part of their “Home Sweet Home Giveaway.”
One randomly selected winner will receive a new home valued at $350,000 at Jimmy Buffett’s Latitude Margaritaville, a 55 and better active adult community located in Daytona Beach.
Not yet 55? Opt for a house in one of two Minto communities in Westlake — The Hammocks or The Meadows. Twenty people will also win a Margaritaville gift card valued at $500 that can be redeemed either online or at select Margaritaville resorts and restaurants.
Simply watch Wheel of Fortune any of the five nights this week (Monday through Friday), take note of the bonus round puzzle solution and enter it online at www.wheeloffortune.com.
Winners will be selected at random.
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Be sure to pick up your phone this week though, because last year’s winner almost missed out.
“When they called, the number came up as ‘unavailable number’ so I didn’t pick up,” said Michael Corbett, formerly of Dayton, Ohio. “They called again, and I won a house!”
Corbett has since moved into his new home at Latitude Margaritaville and was even welcomed in person by Buffett, Sajak and White.
After a short visit, Buffett asked Corbett, “Home sweet home?”
“That’s for sure!” Corbett said.
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