September 13th, 2009

Enter here every day for a chance to win a trip to Paris and a $2500 Town Shoes shopping spree or the daily prize of a $100 Town Shoes gift card. Is there a Town Shoes in Paris? I bet they serve croissants while you try on shoes. Good Luck!

Entry Frequency: daily
Age: age of majority
UPC required

Expires October 31, 2009
Join now and start earning money!

11 Responses to Win a trip to Paris

  1. Deandra says:

    Anyone have a UPC code to share? 😉

  2. hope says:

    hey Deandra and everybody else who might be interested..go here:

    type in what you are looking for and it will magically appear! ;-)) keep it for future use under your favorites…and use at your own risk eh…

  3. Rachel says:

    Deandra, you can also just type “Olivieri” in the top right-hand corner of this page – you’ll see a search box for UPC Codes. It’s a widget from, which also supplies UPC codes.

  4. Leona says:

    Im having a horrible time finding a UPC that works from those sites Rachel and Hope mentioned 🙁 did anyone find a good UPC?

  5. Rachel says:

    You only enter the 10-digit code, and not the 2 other numbers on either end. These ones worked for me:


  6. hope says:

    yes…Rachel is correct! you have to read the rules eh..most rules will say whether they want a 10 digit number ( and then what you do is drop the first and last digit ) or the full 12 this contest..if you look at the front willsee that they have circled on their example UPC..the middle 10 numbers you do have to look for that eh..a hint for ya Leona..and i found tons of upc’s actually under the website i gave hmmm..??

  7. Leona says:

    lol ok ok, it was early and clearly i wasnt paying attention, thanks guys 🙂

  8. Deandra says:

    Thanks everyone!!! 🙂

  9. jennifer says:

    arghh this is so frustrating. where do i enter my upc. the page it takes us to, tells about the contest, but where do i actually enter? thanks, i am feeling a little bit silly haveing to ask this…

  10. Rachel says:

    It’s a tricky one – it’s actually difficult to see. When you click on the link above, you’ll see a webpage with a UPC barcode displayed. Directly below the barcode, in wee yellow letters, is the link that allows you to enter. You need to register first though, and log in.

  11. Rachel says:

    Actually, I was thinking of another site – you don’t have to register and log in first.