Devoured Phoenix Culinary Classic is Officially Sold Out -- Royal Palms Offers Hope for the Ticketless

With about two weeks to go till the big event, the Devoured Phoenix Culinary Classic is sold out -- both days. And while luck rarely favors those who procrastinate, sometimes, well, it just does.

That would especially be the case if you snagged the prizes of the "Ultimate Food Weekend Sweepstakes" offered by the Royal Palms. Not only do the winners get two tickets to the sold out event, they're hooking the lucky duo up with accommodations, transportation and more.

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That's right, in addition to a pair of tickets to the first day of the culinary event, the winner of the sweepstakes will also get two nights at the Royal Palms resort. After a night of beauty rest, the resort will treat the winner to breakfast and offer a lift down to the Phoenix Art Museum for a day of, you guessed it, more eating at the event.

But the gorging doesn't stop there since they're also throwing in breakfast the next day and since all that eating sure to tucker you out, they're giving away two spa treatments of the winner's choice.

The offer also coincides with the resorts first year participating in the festival and the debut of T. Cook's Executive Chef Todd Sicolo's official new menus.

To enter the contest, "like" the T. Cook's Facebook page and enter your email address. You'll also have to re-share the sweepstakes on your on Timeline. Those 21 years and old can enter once a day between now and Wednesday, February 23.

The winner will announced on or around Friday, March 1. For more information visit the T. Cook's Facebook page.

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Lauren Saria
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