## Win \$10,000 with Virgin Radio!!

Congratulations to special agent Jill Muise who called, and WON the Virgin Radio \$10,000 phone!!!

Jill followed the clues and figured out that the winning phone number was 902-453-9989.

She wins \$10,000 CASH and of course the Virgin Radio phone that won her the money!

Thanks to everyone who played along, we can now consider this...case closed!

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The Virgin Radio \$10,000 Phone 902-453-9989

CLUES EXPLAINED

Monday Oct 2

8a – The 3rd digit is a prime number (self-explained)

11a – There is a 4 in the phone number (self-explained)

1p – The 4th digit is less than the 9th digit (self-explained)

3p – 2 of the 10 digits are the same (actually 4 of them are the same)

5p – The first digit is an odd number (self-explained)

7p – The 2nd digit is less than 7 (self-explained)

Tuesday Oct 3

8a –The 1st digit is higher than the number of people in The Chainsmokers (9 is higher than 2)

11a – There is NOT a 6 in the phone # (self-explained)

1p – The first 3 digits add up to more than 6 (9+0+2=11)

3p – The 3rd digit is where it’s “at” (the @ symbol is on the 2 key)

5p – The 10th digit is higher than the 2nd digit (self-explained)

7p – The 5th digit is more than the number of cups Crosby has won (5, Crosby won 3 cups)

Wednesday Oct 4

8a – On an iPhone keypad, the last 4 digits cannot spell a word (self-explained)

11a – The 1st digit is divisible by 3 (self-explained)

1p – One of the first 6 digits is a 5 (self-explained)

3p – The phone number does not contain a 1 (self-explained)

5p – One of the digits in the area code is a 2 (self-explained)

7p – It is not a PEI phone number (self-explained)

Thursday Oct 5

8a – The 2nd digit is less than the number of Jonas Brothers (There are 4 Jo Bros)

11a – One of the last 4 digits is more than the points on the Virgin Radio Star (5 points on the star)

1p – The 6th digit is less than the number of letters in Halifax (self-explained)

3p – All 10 digits add up to more than 26 (self-explained)

5p – One of the digits is a 9 (there are actually four 9s)

7p – The 4th digit is higher than 2 (self-explained)

Friday Oct 6

8a – The 5th digit is in sync with the Jacksons (Jackson 5)

11a – The 3rd digit has 3 letters in its spelling (two)

1p – The 6th digit is above 9 (on a phone keypad, 3 is above the 9)

3p – More than 5 of the digits are greater than 2 (self-explained)

5p – In Roman numerals, there is a “V” in the phone number (V=5)

7p – 4 of the digits can be found on 1 dice (2,3,4,5)

Saturday Oct 7

10a – The 4th digit has the same number of letters as its meaning (4 letters spell four)

12p – At least 6 of the digits are more than 1 (self-explained)

2p – Digits 5 & 6 add up to more than 3 (self-explained)

Sunday Oct 8

12p – More than half of the first 6 digits are less than 8 (self-explained)

2p – March, April, May (3rd, 4th and 5th month, “453”

4p – One of the digits is Matt Damon minus Tiger woods (Matt was 46 – Tiger 41 = 5)

Monday Oct 9

10a – Brad Pitt’s movie is not in this phone number (no Seven)

12p – J minus K equals the 6th digit (in scrabble J=8 minus K=5 is 3)

2p – The last digit is higher than 3 (self-explained)

Tuesday Oct 10

8a – The 4th digit is half the distance between Point Pleasant Park and the Mackay Bridge (8 kms between the two,half is 4)

11a – One of the digits is W-X-Y divided by 3 (9 divided by 3 = 3)

1p – One of the digits is “stuck” between 14 & 12 (on a dart board 9 is between 12 & 14)

3p – One of the first 6 digits is also one of the last 4 digits (9)

5p – There is a hat-trick in the phone number (3)

7p – The 6th digit is the same as the length of Ariana Grande’s song “Problem” in minutes (3 mins)

Wednesday Oct 11

8a – The 9th digit is higher than the 6th (self-explained)

11a – There is only one 0 in the number (self-explained)

1p – The Wise Men (The 3 Wise Men)

3p – It is an odd phone number isn’t it (9024539989 is an odd number)

5p – Today minus last Friday (11th minus the 6th is 5)

7p – Beethoven likes this number (9 symphonies)

Thursday Oct 12

11a – Life Savors (5 flavors of life savors)

1p – The Great lakes (there are 5)

3p – Full House (5 cards)

5p – Short Circuit (from the movie, character is Johnny 5)

Thanks for playing!!

LEGALS for the Virgin Radio \$10 000 Phone Contest

No purchase necessary. Contest starts at 8:00 a.m. AT on October 2, 2017 and closes on October 29, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. AT. Open to legal residents of Nova Scotia who are 19 years of age or older. Some restrictions apply. Correct answer to a mathematical skill testing question required. Approximate retail value of the Prize is \$11,000 CAD. Odds of winning the Prize will depend on total number of callers following the applicable Announcement. Complete contest rules and information about entry available at http://www.iheartradio.ca/virginradio/halifax.