Thank you HSN for having an arcade.
seems creating the arcade and keeping up with all games/players is a real job.
i do understand HSN must pay or something to have arcade.
so if HSN is at all spending time which is money with all the plus and minus’s from player’s why not just in this day of high tech, not allow 1 person to win 2 prizes.
i have one and i went BANANAS WHY NOT LET THOSE THAT HAVE NEVER ONE HAVE THERE DAY?
LESS CALL’S TO HSN, HSN SPENDING LESS MONEY ON TIME TO ANSWER CALL’S, SO FIND A WIN WIN SITUATION GET AN ARCADE THAT WORKS AND FAIRLY. THE END
I agree with Lizzie. Hwdorlando since you have already won. LET IT GO.
@hwdorlando Every week there are people who win who have never won before. Limiting everyone to one prize would definitely increase your personal chances of winning–but only if you’re so desperate to win something that you’d be happy for your one and only win to be something like the lipstick and nail polish which was the first thing I won. The odds for winning the smaller prizes would definitely increase because not very many people would enter those drawings knowing that would absolutely be all they’d ever win.
My personal philosophy is that the people who win are people who play for the fun of the game and see the prizes as icing on the cake and not the people who feel entitled to win a prize. Even the lotteries allow people to win multiple million dollar prizes.
Good point, @lizzie818. I share the same philosophy.
My husband went to Vegas and won the jackpot on a slot machine. After filling out the tax paperwork at the machine and collecting his money, he reached over and put $2 in the slot machine next to him. Bells rang, lights flashed, and he won a second time. It happens.
Posted in HSN Arcade
12.09.17 10:56 PM