Win a Toyota Camry and Give Another to Friend or Family

Toyota Camry

To further push the redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry, which has competitors like the Ford Fusion and Hyundai Sonata chomping at the bit, Toyota has decided to give away two new Camrys to a lucky winner who uses the Shazam music service.

For folks who don't know about Shazam, it's a music identification application available on most major smartphone operating systems. Toyota wants you to Shazam its latest commercial, which sentimentally talks about the generations of Toyota Camry owners. By playing along, you'll be entered to win two new 2012 Toyota Camrys, collectively worth $53,280, says the automaker. You can watch the ad online on YouTube and use Shazam to enter. You can circumvent Shazam and just enter the game on Toyota's website.

The sweepstakes ends Sunday. Contestants can enter it once a day until Saturday.

By Colin Bird | February 1, 2012 | Comments (5)

Comments 

This is the stupidest promo I have ever seen. First having to get an email, then going to the website, then downloading Shazam, then watching YouTube, then realizing you could have done it on the website, then filling out a questionnaire that doesn't even work, then getting some lame "Effect" -- who are they kidding? I am really annoyed that I gave them any personal information at all. Now I feel as though they're going to steal my identity.

Nimby5956

thanks for saving me some time!

juan Verdin

I hope I win

Darlene Hunter

Loved all 3 of my Camry's, but my old '99 is ready for a new one! Trouble with retirement, I cannot afford payments. Praying I'm the winner!

susanne gleason

We have (5) people sharing a 1989 Camry (just plunked another $500+ into it last week) and a fairly new w/tons of mileage Honda Accord--our mileage--over 25K and it's not even 2 years old--I really need a car--being dropped off at work 2 hours early sucks!

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