Everyone Is Suiting Up, And So Can You - Enter The Enjoy ‘Suits’ Better Sweepstakes For A Chance To Win A Trip To NYC

Time Warner Cable today announced the launch of The Enjoy ‘Suits’ Better Sweepstakes in helping customers enjoy the new season of the popular USA Network series better. Beginning today, Time Warner Cable Facebook fans can enter for a chance to win a trip for two to New York City, a $5,000 gift card, one year of Time Warner Cable service, and other great prizes. In addition, five First Prize winners will win a tablet and a subscription to the monthly online personalized retail service Birchbox, while five Second Prize winners will win a subscription to Birchbox.

The Grand Prize package includes:
  • Three-day, two-night trip for two to NYC (includes air transportation, accommodations and transportation)
  • NBC Studio Tour
  • $5,000 Gift Card
  • Tablet PC
  • Birchbox subscription (12 month Women’s Subscription or 6-month Men’s Subscription to be selected by the winner)
  • One year of Time Warner Cable service

To enter, participants must be a fan of the Time Warner Cable or Mi Cultura Facebook page and submit an online registration form by August 26. The winners will be selected on or around August 27. Digital TV customers can catch up on ‘Suits’ and their favorite USA Network shows anytime at no additional cost on Entertainment On Demand.

For more information on the Sweepstakes, please visit the Time Warner Cable or Mi Cultura Facebook pages.

‘SUITS’ airs on Tuesday at 10/9c on USA Network and the next day on demand. The hit original stars Gabriel Macht as legendary law partner Harvey Specter, who takes a gamble on hiring Mike Ross, played by SAG Award®-nominee Patrick J. Adams. A brilliant associate with a photographic memory, Mike is missing just one thing – a law degree. Bonded by this secret, the irrepressible duo navigates the fast-paced, high-stakes world of Manhattan corporate law and does whatever it takes to remain undefeated.

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