The $30,000 Fill-up contest is going on now and here are 5 things you can do to win up to $30,000.

1. Download the Power 95-9 app you can play the contest on but we keep our phones close to us at all times and it is way easier to enter the codewords through the Power 95-9 app.

2. Listen for the code words at the top of the hour every hour from 8 am until 5 pm. These 3-digit pin-to-win codes are your key to winning all that money.

3. Enter the 3-digit pin-to-win code on our app through the $30,000  button do not message us or send it as a submission. Do not message us the code. Just make sure to click on the $30,000 Fill-up to enter the word.

4. Make sure you enter the code correctly. The 3-digit pin-to-win needs to be entered in the exact order you hear them on the radio. And remember the more times you enter the greater your chance is of winning the money. You can play up to 10 times a day.

5. Answer your phone. I know we get so much spam and unknown numbers but you need to answer your phone. They will be calling your phone to let you know you won the contest and if it goes through to voice mail they will find another winner so make sure to answer.

Here are some bonus ways you can get extra entries into the contest.

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