Amazon's wedding registry contest giving $25K in gifts to couple impacted by coronavirus

The ‘Dream Wedding Registry’ competition will run until Jan. 15

If your wedding plans changed because of the coronavirus this year, you could win $25,000 worth of registry gifts from Amazon.

On Tuesday, the e-commerce giant launched its “Dream Wedding Registry” competition.

Aside from the $25,000 in registry gifts, the grand prize also includes guidance from a designer and a “virtual celebration of love,” according to the website.

The contest will also have 20 runners-up, who will win $3,500 worth of gifts from their registries.

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First, couples have to create an Amazon registry if they don’t already have one, with a minimum of 10 items.

On Tuesday, Amazon launched its "Dream Wedding Registry" contest for couples who had to change their wedding plans because of COVID-19. (iStock)

To enter the contest, the couple has to submit their love story and the link to their registry before Jan. 15, the website says.

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Though couples do have to submit their registries for the contest -- and have at least 10 items on it -- Amazon says the actual items “will not be judged and will therefore not increase or decrease your chances of winning a prize.”

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According to the contest page, the entries will be judged based on creativity, quality and “adherence to Contest theme.” A panel of judges will determine the grand prize winner and the 20 runners-up prizes.

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Amazon also launched a new virtual clothing service on Tuesday called Made For You, which allows customers to create T-shirts tailored to their exact measurements and style preferences.

The service costs $25 and allows customers to input their height, weight and two photos of themselves to get measured for a “precise” fit for their T-shirt.