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door prize

noun
1.
a prize awarded at a dance, party, or the like, either by chance through a drawing or as a reward, as for having the best costume.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55
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  • Included in the packet was a ticket stub that entered you into a door prize drawing to be made on the last day of the conference.
  • Yes, a permit is necessary whenever a purchase is required to enter a door prize drawing.
  • However, any donation or door prize provided would be greatly appreciated and recognized at the tournament.
  • Participants will be entered into a door prize drawing that will occur immediately after the walk.
  • Remember you must be present to be eligible for the door prize.
  • door prize drawings and light refreshments will be available free of charge, along with a cash bar.
  • Provides for entry into event, one meal ticket, and one door prize ticket.
  • All sessions will break for door prize drawings and a stretch.

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