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'Grudge Match' Giveaway: Win Movie Tickets, Workout Gear and Much More

By: Elisa Osegueda on December 19, 2013 at 11:20AM Comments (49)

'Tis the season to get into shape? Well, if that's your plan we’ve got you covered. In celebration of Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone's latest big screen project, Grudge Match, we're teaming up with Warner Bros. and Bowflex® to give you the chance to win cool Grudge Match gear, poster, movie tickets and a Bowflex® UpperCut. Yup, here's your chance to get bigger arms, shredded shoulders, rock hard abs and a chiseled chest.  Hey, if Stallone and De Niro can do it you can, too.

Here's what one grand prize winner will win:

  • 01 – Bowflex UpperCut –approximate retail value (“ARV”) $99.95
  • 01 – Grudge Match One Sheet—ARV $10.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match J. America Vintage Track Jacket—ARV $50.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match Old School Gym Kit – Black—ARV $20.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match Men’s “Grudgement Day” Black T-Shirt—ARV $15.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match Black Beanie with Patch—ARV $10.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match 11” x 17” Corner Towel—ARV  $5.00
  • 01 (Admit Two) – Grudge Match Hollywood Movie Money—ARV $24.00
    • Hollywood Movie Money is a free admission voucher to see a predetermined film (GRUDGE MATCH) redeemable nationwide through 01/16/14 in any theater excluding AMC Theaters.

TOTAL GRAND PRIZE ARV IS $233.95

And wait, we're also giving away 4 runners-up prizes including:

  • 01 – Grudge Match One Sheet—ARV $10.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match Men’s “Grudgement Day” Black T-Shirt –ARV $15.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match Black Beanie with Patch—ARV $10.00
  • 01 – Grudge Match 11” x 17” Corner Towel—ARV $5.00
  • 01 (Admit Two) – GRUDGE MATCH Hollywood Movie Money—ARV $24.00
    • Hollywood Movie Money is a free admission voucher to see a predetermined film (GRUDGE MATCH) redeemable nationwide through 01/16/14 in any theater excluding AMC Theaters.

TOTAL ARV OF EACH RUNNER-UP PRIZE IS $64.00

TOTAL ARV OF ALL PRIZES TO BE AWARDED IN THIS GIVEAWAY IS $489.95

All you have to do is post a comment below telling us which is your favorite Sylvester Stallone or Robert De Niro movie and why. Enter between now and 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time (“PT”) on Monday, Dec. 23. One lucky grand prize winner and four lucky runner-up winners will be randomly selected and notified via email on Friday, Dec. 27. Open to U.S. residents who are at least eighteen (18) years of age or older. Winners will have one day to respond before an alternate is chosen.  Prizes will only be shipped to a mailing address within the United States.  NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Please see Official Rules for details.

The Bowflex UpperCut is the ultimate upper body trainer. Get bigger arms, shredded shoulders, rock hard abs and a chiseled chest with killer presses, pikes, flys and dives.  The Bowflex UpperCut's assist and resist technology will train you to do extreme moves like bird dog push-ups, diamond push-ups, one-handed push-ups and more - on your own! 

Grudge Match hits theaters December 25th.

Buena Suerte!

 

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  • Dec 25th 2013 6:34PM

    godan2  said...

    rocky, love the underdog

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  • Dec 23rd 2013 11:29PM

    yoshioisa  said...

    Rocky (Rocky 1) Raging Bull

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  • Dec 22nd 2013 3:15PM

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    Over The Top was always my favorite Stallone movie. The underdog wins.. very motivational!

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  • Dec 22nd 2013 3:00AM

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    Deniro in Taxi Driver & Stallone in Rambo

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  • Dec 21st 2013 5:42PM

    tygermyk  said...

    Rambo. The first of the modern action hero flicks.

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  • Dec 21st 2013 5:37PM

    honeynutriver947  said...

    rocky because it pumps you up. cherrie b.

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  • Dec 21st 2013 12:34PM

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    Go Rambo! Stallone is the best in Rambo. De Niro was good in Silver Linings Playbook.

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  • Dec 21st 2013 8:58AM

    southerngirlsarebett  said...

    ROCKY OF COURSE!!!!

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  • Dec 21st 2013 6:52AM

    normamckinnon  said...

    Stallone is Rocky, DeNiro is a Goodfellas. almost classics

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  • Dec 21st 2013 2:26AM

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    Meet the Parents! One of my favorite movies that Mr. Robert De Niro has been in!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 11:31PM

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    Goodfella's is a classic grand Scorsese tale with a downward spiral ending.

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  • Dec 20th 2013 10:27PM

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    Rocky, because it makes me feel motivated.

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  • Dec 20th 2013 8:28PM

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    Yep, I'm a say Rocky hands down. I have seen everyone of the Rocky movies.

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  • Dec 20th 2013 8:25PM

    TMartin26  said...

    Rocky because of his determination to succeed and never give up on his dreams.

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  • Dec 20th 2013 7:17PM

    ImHisBella  said...

    Stallone would be Rocky and DeNiro would be Goodfellas...both are such iconic movies and both are my go-to movies!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 6:42PM

    skgupta76  said...

    Rocky Sylever is best

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  • Dec 20th 2013 6:42PM

    skgupta76  said...

    Rock he was best

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  • Dec 20th 2013 6:10PM

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    MY fave Sly movies is Rocky! Me and my dad used to have rocky marathons, at least once a month! Great memories!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 5:58PM

    meadow19792004  said...

    I love DeNiro in Goodfellas. He nailed it and I could watch that movie everyday

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  • Dec 20th 2013 5:22PM

    bionicdork  said...

    My favorite De Niro movie is "Mean Streets" - he's in it for maybe 20 minutes, but he really steals the scenes. It's one of those movies where, anytime I see it on TV, I stop what I'm doing & watch, no matter what part it's on!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 5:18PM

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    Awakenings is my favorite Robert De Niro movie because it gives one of learning to appreciate and live life! Great movie!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 5:10PM

    hd6719  said...

    Goodfellas, because I love Mob movies!!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 4:02PM

    meganlavallee  said...

    I love Rocky!

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  • Dec 20th 2013 3:37PM

    purplelover04  said...

    Silver Linings Playbook was so funny

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  • Dec 20th 2013 3:20PM

    zachcarrie  said...

    The most "out-of-character" role that I liked with Robert De Niro was as Captain Shakespeare in Stardust. Makes me laugh every time I watch it.

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