04 October 2010

Family Tree Magazine: Win! Win! Win!

Family Tree Magazine is offering an "ultimate family history giveaway."

Enter for a chance to win more than $2,000 worth of genealogy products, including a Family History Library research retreat and hotel stay, subscriptions, software, gift certificates and more.

It's okay to enter everyday - so bookmark the page and note your calendar - through October 31. Maybe you'll be the lucky one to win this fabulous package.

The prize package includes the following:

•A week-long Salt Lake City research trip! Free registration in a Family History Library Research Retreat from Family History Expos ($399 value) plus a free six-night stay at the neighboring Salt Lake Plaza hotel ($510 value)

•Annual subscription to FindMyPast.co.uk ($239 value)

•2-year PremiumPlus membership to MyHeritage.com ($238 value)

•RootsMagic 4 software, Getting the Most from RootsMagic book, RootsMagic tote bag, 4GB RootsMagic flash drive, Personal Historian software, Family Atlas software ($122 value)

•1-year Research Membership in the New England Historic Genealogical Society, including access to AmericanAncestors.org, plus a 1 hour consultation with a professional NEHGS genealogist ($125 value)

•3 gift certificates for any spiral-bound or paperback book from Arphax Publishing's Family Maps or Texas Land Survey Maps series ($90 value)

•Annual subscription to GenealogyBank ($89.95 value)

•Google Earth for Genealogy DVD and Genealogy Gems Podcast Premium annual membership ($42 value)

•10 Years of Family Tree Magazine DVD, The Family Tree Sourcebook and a 1-year Family Tree VIP membership ($185 value)

What are you waiting for? Enter today! Read the official rules here.


  1. As people from outside the USA may enter, according to the list of countries, how can they fill in a State-there is no Not Applicable sign? Without a State, the entry is not accepted.

  2. Hi, Riva
    According to the official rules of the contest, legal US residents may enter regardless of where they live. you might wish to query Family Tree Magazine. While I do not know for sure (thus, please write to them), the thinking is that a legal US resident living elsewhere will have a US address (with a state). But PLEASE query the magazine.