After what we’ve been through, we know you deserve a little break and some serious fun and we’re here to help.

We're getting together with Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City and giving you a chance to win A Room a Day in May complete with a $50 gift card to help with your food and beverages. Relax, kick back and enjoy an overnight mid-week getaway at Hard Rock on us.

Here's how to win:

Just be the 9th caller at 1- 800-969-WFPG when you hear the Hard Rock Safecation Sound at 9:20, 1:20, and 4:20 to qualify for the grand prize.

We’ll announce the daily winner weekday afternoons at 4:50 PM.

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** Must be 21 or older, some restrictions and blackout dates apply

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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