HGTV Smart Home Sweepstakes 2019: Entry Tips and How-Tos
Win a Home, Cash, and a Mercedes Benz Car Totaling Over $1.5 Million
HGTV's Smart Home Sweepstakes is back for 2019! For the seventh year in a row, HGTV has built a house just brimming with technology to help its owners be safer, conserve energy, save money, and have more fun... and then they're giving that home away. With a little bit of luck and some time spent entering, you could be the winner of this amazing home.
If you don't want to take possession of this Roanoke, Virginia house, you can also take a cash option making your prize worth about $761,150.
Are you ready to be the lucky winner of the 2019 Smart Home? Here's what you need to know to see if you're eligible and to maximize your odds of winning. Good luck!
Note: If the sweepstakes entry link doesn't work for you, try entering through the home page and looking for a link to the sweepstakes.
April 24, 2019
June 14, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. ET
2 x daily per person
Grand Prize: The prize consists of the 2019 HGTV Smart Home built in Roanoke, Texas, including furnishings and artwork, $100,000 cash, and a 2020 Mercedes-Benz MY20 GLE automobile. The winner can also choose a cash option of $600,000 instead of the home, and still receive the furnishings, the $100,000, and the vehicle.
(ARV: $1,208,126 or $761,150)
Online, you can enter twice daily, once through the HGTV website and once through the DIY Smart Home Sweepstakes website. You can also use the alternate entry method to enter as often as you like by mail. See Should I Enter Online Sweepstakes Online and by Mail for the pros and cons of maximizing your entries by mail.
The 2018 HGTV Smart Home winner will be chosen around June 19, 2017 by the sweepstakes administrator, Ritway. The winner will be notified between June 27th and July 12th, 2018.
The winner may also be required to attend a winner's weekend at the home scheduled for July 13th through 15th, 2018.
Are you worried that you couldn't afford the taxes on such a huge prize? You don't need to be. See Could Taxes Spell the End of the Dream for HGTV Winners? for more information.