2021 Pioneer Press Treasure Hunt Rules

24December 2020

2021 Pioneer Press Treasure Hunt Rules

No purchase necessary to win.

Treasure Hunt clues are published in the Pioneer Press and TwinCities.com, starting with Sunday, January ​24​, 202​1​. A new clue
will appear daily through Thursday, February 4, 2021, unless the medallion is found before that date. Read the daily clues to
search for the Pioneer Press medallion hidden on public land in Ramsey County. The medallion will not be hidden on the State
Capitol grounds, at Como Zoo & Conservatory, Rice Park, Mounds Park, under any skating surface, on a golf course, under or on
any artificial turf surface, or at any construction site.

If you find the Pioneer Press medallion, PROMPTLY call the number on the medallion for further instructions on how to qualify
for the $2,500 initial cash prize. Win an additional $2,500 for bringing in all of the published daily clues, clipped or copied from
the Pioneer Press or printed from TwinCities.com, and providing them along with the found medallion. The Pioneer Press also
will award an additional $5,000 to the finder if he/she has a registered 2021 Pioneer Press Medallion (only one name per
medallion). Medallions can be registered by mail or online. If purchased online, it is immediately registered. For your safety, all
transactions will be cashless for the purchase of medallions.

To qualify for the additional $5,000, the individual who finds the medallion must have a registered Pioneer Press Medallion.
Groups or hunting partners may not share a registered medallion. The Pioneer Press will recognize one winner with one prize. If
the finder chooses to share the prize award, it will be his or her responsibility.

Besides following local COVID regulations and ensuring social distancing hunting parties should from the immediate household,
no hunting group should be larger than three members. Face masks are required during the hunt without exception. Hunters
should not look, dig or hunt next to other hunting parties without a  min distance of 6 feet or more. All hunters should stay
home if sick.

If the Pioneer Press Treasure Hunt medallion is not found by 11:59 pm Thursday, ​February 4​, 202​1​, the Pioneer Press reserves
the right to terminate the hunt and donate the prize to a local charity. The Pioneer Press reserves the right to discontinue the
hunt at any time if public property is destroyed or for COVID safety rules are broken or disregarded.

General Conditions: Individuals under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian’s permission to participate in the hunt. The
parent or guardian who claims the prize on behalf of a child must have a registered medallion. The winner will be required to
execute and return a Certificate of Eligibility and General Release forms within 24 hours of notifying the paper that the
medallion has been found. If the winner is under 18, the Certificate must be signed by his or her parent or legal guardian. Non-
compliance may result in disqualification. Any income tax liability is the sole responsibility of the winner. All participants agree
that the Pioneer Press, TwinCities.com, Sponsor and their respective affiliate companies, parents, subsidiaries, advertising
representatives, and agents will have no liability whatsoever and will be held harmless by participants for any injuries, losses, or
damages of any kind resulting in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from acceptance, possession, misuse or use of the prizes
or participation in this contest. Except where legally prohibited, by accepting the award, the winner grants permission for the
Pioneer Press, its partners, and those acting under its authority to use his or her name, photograph, voice, and/or likeness for
advertising and/or publicity without compensation.

No purchase is necessary to win. Photocopies or online printouts from TwinCities.com of the published clues will be accepted.
All contest rules and decisions are final. Employees, carriers, and immediate family members of the Pioneer Press,
TwinCities.com, and contest partners are not eligible.

Safety First: Every hunter has a role to play in protecting themselves and fellow Minnesotans from COVID-19 based on ensuring
social distance and wearing face coverings to limit the potential spread of COVID-19. Each hunter needs to be aware of the
Local Community Orders and Executive Orders from Governor Walz (mn.gov/governor/news/executiveorders.jsp) regarding
public health and COVID-19.

For a list of the winners, write to:
Pioneer Press/Treasure Hunt Winner
Attention: Marketing
1 West Water Street
St Paul MN 55107

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