‘Glee’ giveaway: Win tickets to an advance episode screening!

This is very exciting, Gleeks: EW.com is giving away 20 pairs of tickets (that’s one ticket for you and one for a guest) to an exclusive advance screening of “Wheels,” the  Nov. 11 episode of Glee, on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. PT in Los Angeles, hosted by Fox and Columbia Records!

I’m sure some of you Gleeks out there just piddled yourself with joy. Sadly, since this is a West Coast-based screening, this is only open to residents of California who are 14 and older (and be prepared to prove it!).

So here’s how to enter to win: go to EW’s Facebook page and become a fan — if you aren’t already one and, I mean, you should be — and then post a haiku on our wall about how much you LOVE Glee. Please keep it clean, pottymouths. And write fast: You’ll only have from 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET (that’s NOW) until 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET TODAY to post your haiku! If you’re one of the 20 winners, we’ll notify you via a message on Facebook by Nov. 8.

Click here for the official rules page before entering to make sure you qualify!

This is a great, great episode Glee fans and it is sure to be an amazing night. I’ve seen “Wheels” and I cried at least a couple of times. Plus, it features a dynamic version of “Defying Gravity” by Leah Michele and Chris Colfer that’s featured on the Glee soundtrack, in stores now!

Comments (8 total) Add your comment
  • Kevin

    Legal California residents only? Weak. :(

  • sarah

    I concur…weak weak weak… we ought to salt someone’s back yard…

    • Susan

      hahaha!!!!!!

  • jack hart

    grrr !!!!

  • Rod Johnson

    So only Californians get to see Rachel in her short, plaid skirt tent-pitching goodness? Well that’s not right …

  • brownhound

    I remember when EW actually held advance screenings for readers in major cities.

  • Rod Johnson

    Since I’m not qualified, he’s my haiku:

    Watching Rachel’s skirts
    There’s a party in my pants
    Oops! Made a messy!

  • tryecrot

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