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GGP Plays Santa with 12 Days of Gifts Sweepstakes

More than $30,000 in prizes, including a $12,000 Shop Etc. Gift Card

CHICAGO, Nov. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- This holiday season, General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP) is suiting up and packing its sleigh with $30,000 worth of holiday prizes. December 1 through December 12, shoppers can visit their local mall's website or Facebook page for a chance to win a jolly ol' prize each day, with the grand prize winner receiving a $12,000 Shop Etc. Gift Card.

The 12.12.12 Days of Gifts national sweepstakes celebrates the excitement of the holiday season, allowing participants to click a magical snowball, which unveils prize details and a chance to enter to win one of the daily prizes.  Prizes include:

Day 1

12 $25 Fandango Gift Cards

Day 2

11 NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight

Day 3

10 Bottles of Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb Perfume or Spicebomb Cologne

Day 4

9 Le Sportsac Weekender Bags

Day 5

8 Schwinn® Children's Bikes

Day 6

7 Swarovski Supreme Pendants and Annual Edition Ornaments

Day 7

6 Microsoft XBOX 360 Consoles

Day 8

5 KitchenAid® Ultra Power® 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixers

Day 9

4 $250 Spa Finder Wellness Gift Cards

Day 10

3 Apple® iPads®

Day 11

2 seven-night trips to Riu Palace Peninsula in Cancun, Mexico, courtesy of Apple Vacations®

Day 12

1 $12,000 Shop Etc. Gift Card

"This year's holiday sweepstakes is a fun one with amazing prizes, featuring some of the hottest gifts of the season available at GGP malls.  We're also engaging with our shoppers across all digital platforms to bring them the latest sales, events and gift ideas via our mall websites, Facebook, The Club App, Twitter and Pinterest," said Keith Maladra, VP, Digital Marketing, GGP.

Winners will be drawn for all entries received nationally and will be notified on or around December 15, 2012. To find out more about the sweepstakes, visit mall Facebook pages or join GGP's loyalty program, The Club, which is free and easy to join. For a list of GGP malls, visit www.ggp.com.

Customers also will get a treat when they visit GGP malls across the country this holiday season. Fun holiday events include: Elf Academy, a free event where parents and small children can become certified Santa's helpers by channeling their inner Elf at fun and festive activity stations; Pet Photos with Santa, an event that invites pet owners and their favorite four-legged friend to capture an adorable holiday photograph with Old St. Nick; Breakfast with Santa, a special time Ole' St. Nick takes a break from toy-making to meet with guests for a special breakfast; and Magic Snow, which brings the wonder of the first snow indoors.  For participating malls, dates and times visit http://www.ggp.com/about-ggp/mall-news-events to find a local GGP mall near you. 

General Growth Properties, Inc. is a fully integrated, self-managed and self-administered real estate investment trust focused on owning, managing, leasing and redeveloping regional malls throughout the United States and Brazil. GGP currently owns or has an interest in, 143 regional shopping malls comprising approximately 135 million square feet of gross leasable area. GGP is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois and publicly traded on the NYSE under the symbol GGP. For further information please visit www.ggp.com.

CONTACT
Lesley Cheers, GGP
312.960.2646
[email protected]

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