Enter Patch's “Deck the House” Contest For a Chance to Win $100,000

Are you decorating your house for the holidays this year? Enter our "Deck the House" contest and you could win $100,000 for your local school district and $500 to pay your electric bills!

We’re launching our annual Deck the House Contest to find the most over-the-top holiday decorations in America—the best “decked” house in the country—the one home so spectacularly decorated that everyone in town jokes your holiday decorations could rival Rockefeller Center’s. 

If this sounds like your house, upload a photo or video of your home to our contest page from Nov. 26 to Dec. 16 to deckthehouse.patch.com/contest/altadena

Only residents of Patch towns are eligible to enter. We’ll select 24 regional finalists, and from them, pick one grand prize winner. Patch will pay up to $500 of the utility bill for each finalist, while our national winner will have $100,000 donated to his or her local school district.

Our contest is right around the corner, so now’s the time to get your holiday decorations out of the attic and “deck” your house.

After all, ‘tis the season.......

Are you decorating for the holidays this year? How do you like to celebrate? Tell us in the comments.

Alison Johnson December 06, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Do we have to entoer our own home, or can we enter a spectactular address that we come across? I really think the Balian Home has a good chance....
Jessica Hamlin December 07, 2012 at 04:40 AM
Hi Alison, People must submit photo or video of their own home. The Balian mansion is definitely spectacular so if anyone can get them to submit a photo or video of their home in the contest by December 16th that would be great!


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