Kicks 99 Secret Sound

Kicks 99’s Secret Sound is Here!

Thousands of dollars in local cash to local winners!

How closely are you listening? Listen CLOSER. Listen close enough and you could find yourself winning big!

Listen to Kicks 99 all day for the Secret Sound clue of the day and guesses. Think you know what the sound is? When you hear us play the sound at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 12 noon, 3 p.m., and 5 p.m., be caller number 9  to 706-922-9999 and guess the EXACT sound and you’ll win.

Below, you’ll find the latest clues to help you in your guessing. And you’ll find the latest guesses to show you how close or how far away everyone has been.

Good luck!

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Current Prize: Next round starts tomorrow (Friday) morning at 7 a.m.

Round 1 Winner: Sue from Aiken (Listen here)
Round 2 Winner: Brandon from North Augusta (Listen here)
Round 3 Winner: Bobby from Augusta


Kicks 99 Secret Sound - Clues and Guesses

  • Round 4 Clues

  • May 20

    • Some are made of fabric.
  • Round 4 Guesses

  • May 20

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    7 a.m. Bert in Aiken.  

     

    “Somebody pulling on a shower curtain and it falling down into a bathtub.”

     

     






     

  • Round 3 Secret Sound Video

    “Rolling up a bag of potato chips in caution tape, and opening a drawer, placing them inside and closing it.”

  • All Clues for Round 3

    • Look at Tuesday’s 8 a.m. guess from Bobbie, and proceed with caution. Don’t just hear it… do it.
    • You’re supposed to use caution when you see this.
    • You have to do this before you can close it.
    • Rollers.
    • Crime scene.
    • Wood.
    • Fried.
    • An artist.
    • Convenience store.
    • Where you put stuff.
    • Law enforcement.
  • Round 3 Guesses

  • May 19

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    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    8 a.m.

    Bobby from Augusta

    ROUND 3 WINNER!

    “Rolling up a bag of potato chips in caution tape, and opening a drawer, placing them inside and closing it.”


    7 a.m. Erin in Aiken “Someone opening a bag of Frito chips, wrapping them in crime scene tape to close it, opening a drawer, putting them in and closing the drawer.”




     

  • May 18

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Kim from Evans “Sheriff Roundtree putting a bag of chips in a desk.”

    3 p.m. Joey from Hephzibah “Opening a bag of potato chips, rolling them back closed, wrapping them in caution tape, and putting it in a cabinet drawer and shutting it.”

    Noon Lisa from Evans “A police officer rolling up a bag of Fritos, like Frito Lay chips, wrapping it in Caution tape, opening a wood desk drawer, putting the Fritos back in the drawer and closing it.”

    8 a.m. Brandi from Appling “An officer opening up a bag of potato chips, and then rolling it closed, then wrapping it in crime scene tape, and opening a desk drawer, placing it inside and closing it.”

    7 a.m. Drew from North Augusta “Someone closing a bag of Lay’s potato chips and wrapping crime scene tape around it, opening a cabinet, putting the chips in it, and closing it.”
  • May 17

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Tanya from North Augusta “Someone closing a bag of chips and wrapping crime scene tape around it, opening a file cabinet drawer and putting the chips in it and closing the drawer.”

    3 p.m. Heather from Augusta “Justin Moore opening a bag of potato chips, rolling the bag up, wrapping it in crime scene tape, opening a wooden desk drawer, putting the chips it in, and closing the drawer.”

    Noon Jenny from Augusta “Someone opening up a bag of potato chips, and then rolling it closed with crime scene tape, opening a desk drawer, and placing them inside and closing the drawer.”

    8 a.m. Bobbie Gale “Rolling up a bag of potato chips in crime scene tape and I hear the drawer opening and placing them inside and closing the drawer.”

    7 a.m.  Parker from Evans “Potato chips being wrapped in crime scene tape, a drawer being unlocked, chips being put in the drawer and then the drawer being closed.”

     

  • May 16

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Amy from Warrenville “Wrapping and rolling up a bag of Fritos corn chips in crime scene caution tape and putting them in a desk drawer and closing it.”

    3 p.m. Jennifer from Augusta “A police officer wrapping up a bag of chips in crime scene tape and closing it in a desk drawer.”

    Noon Michael from Fort Gordon “Someone wrapping up a bag of chips in crime scene tape, and putting them in a desk drawer and closing it.”

    8 a.m. Bobbie from Martinez “A detective wrapping up evidence, putting it in a file cabinet and rolling it.”

    7 a.m. Debbie from Evans “Zac Brown rolling up a bag of potato chips, putting them in a wooden desk drawer and closing it.”

     

  • May 13

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Stan from Grovetown “A Kicks 99 Security Guard putting a bag of chips in a desk drawer.”

    3 p.m. Jennifer from Appling “Thomas Rhett crumbling a bag of Fritos chips and throwing them in a drawer and closing it.”

    Noon Felicia from Augusta “Rolling up a bag of Frito Lays potato chips, putting them in a desk drawer and closing it.”

    8 a.m. Katherine from Augusta “Someone rolling up a bag of chips and putting it into a pantry and closing the door.”

    7 a.m. Rhonda from Aiken “Thomas Rhett putting bags of Fritos in a desk drawer and closing it.”

     

  • May 12

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Dominic from Aiken “Someone crumpling up a receipt and putting it in a drawer.”

    3 p.m. Savannah and Isaac “A bag of rap snacks being put up into a desk and being closed.”

    Noon Sandy from Warrenville “Closing up a bag of blue corn tortilla chips and putting them in a wooden desk drawer and closing it.”

    8 a.m. Parker from Evans “A bag of Lay’s Potato Chips being rolled up and put into a wooden desk drawer and closed.”

    7 a.m. Jana from Aiken “Someone rolling up a bag of chips to close it, The bag of chips, I think, is a bag of Fritos. And they’re putting it into a desk drawer and closing the desk drawer.”

     

  • May 11

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Austin from North Augusta “Someone putting a bag of pork skins in a cop car and closing the door.”

    3 p.m. Michael from Augusta “Someone closing up a bag of donuts, putting them in a desk drawer and closing the drawer.”

    Noon Jennifer from Evans “A bag of chips in someone’s hand and they are getting in the car and closing the door.”

    8 a.m. Tabatha from Appling “A roll of coins being unwrapped and put in the change drawer and the change drawer shut.”

    7 a.m. Aiden from Evans “Getting ice out of the ice machine at a convenience store and closing the door.”

     

  • May 10

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Susan from Augusta “A police officer stopped at a convenience store, picked up a bag of chips, going back to his car, open the chips, and getting in his car and closing the door.”

    3 p.m. Jennifer from Appling “Someone closing a bag of potato chips and putting them in a desk drawer.”

    Noon Ricky from Warrenville “Someone balling a paper chip bag up and throwing it in the trash can.”

    8 a.m. Antoinette from Augusta “A police officer rolling up a bag of chips, putting them in his desk and closing the drawer.”

    7 a.m. Regina from Appling “Jess rolling up a bag of chips, putting it in a drawer, closing it and locking it.”

     

  • May 9

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Calinda from Aiken “Someone moving bags of ice around in one of those ice chests you find outside at a gas station and then closing that ice chest door.”

    3 p.m. Heather from Aiken “Closing a bag of candy and putting it in the drawer and closing it.”

    Noon Linda “A potato chip bag being thrown away.”

    8 a.m. Stephanie from Evans “In the convenience store, when you open the cooler and moving the soda bottles around then the door smacking closed.”

    7 a.m. Fairy from North Augusta “A North Augusta cop crumbling up a bag of chips and putting them in the glove box of his car.”

     

  • May 6

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Becky from Martinez “An officer closing up a bag of chips and putting it in a drawer and closing it.”

    3 p.m. Heather from Dearing “A police officer eating a bag of chips in a patrol car and putting the empty bag in the trunk of the patrol car.”

    Noon Wynne from North Augusta “Someone balling up a traffic ticket and putting it in their glove compartment or console in their vehicle.”

    8 a.m. Heather from North Augusta “Someone closing up a bag of chips and putting it in a drawer and closing it.”

    7 a.m. Austin from Dearing “Paper being put in a file cabinet.”

     

  • May 5

    Jiffy Lube Multicare


    Listener Guessing

    Latest Guess

    How Close Was This Guess?

    5 p.m. Christina “It’s a Rectec. The pellets being loaded into the hopper and then the lid being closed.”

    3 p.m. Jenny from Augusta “A bag of chips dumping out on the floorboard of a cop car.”

    Noon Joey from Hephzibah “Unwrapping a pack of Little Debbie white powdered doughnuts and dumping them on the counter.”

    8 a.m. Eddie in Martinez “Law enforcement recovering contraband.”

    7 a.m. Michael from North Augusta “A bag of chips being crumpled up and thrown in a drawer and closed.”

     

  • WINNER - Round 2

    Congratulations Brandon from North Augusta!

    Kicks 99 Secret Sound Round 2 Winner - Brandon

    Congratulations to Brandon from North Augusta! He guessed the Secret Sound and scored $2,000 in LOCAL cash! You could be next, another round starts tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. with $3,000 up for grabs!

    Posted by KICKS 99 on Wednesday, May 4, 2022
  • Round 2 Secret Sound Video

    “An Augusta GreenJackets hat and a Kicks 99 tumbler being dropped in a cardboard box.”

  • All Clues for Round 2

    • There is no person affiliated with this sound.
    • It’s not on the head, it’s in the hand before it falls.
    • All baseball players wear one of these.
    • Amazon stuff comes in this.
    • This keeps your drinks cold with your favorite station on it.
    • They love the Braves.
    •  This keeps your head safe from the sun.
    •  SRP Park.
    •  You may use this more on the weekends.
    •  Comes in different sizes.
    • Last call.
    • Tape.
    • When it slips.
    • You probably have a few of these around the house.
    • It will last for a while.
    • Trees.
  • WINNER - Round 1

    Congratulations Sue from Aiken!

    Kicks 99 Secret Sound Round 1 Winner

    Congratulations to Sue from Aiken! She guessed the Secret Sound and scored $1,000 in LOCAL cash! You could be next, another round starts tomorrow morning at 7 a.m.

    Posted by KICKS 99 on Tuesday, April 12, 2022
  • Round 1 Secret Sound Video

    “Dub and Jess tapping souvenir Masters golf balls on the counter.”

  • All Clues for Round 1

    • It has a yellow flag on it and they hit it.
    • They wake you up.
    • Dimples.
    • Your dishwasher goes under it.
    • Patrons buy these this week.
    • You know them.
    • All kitchens have these.
    • Sometimes you do this with your fingers.
    • They go fast.

How to enter:

To participate in the Contest, listen to the Station weekdays during the Contest Dates at approximately 7:00am for the Station to hear the Secret Sound and a clue about the day’s Secret Sound. The Secret Sound will play up to five times a day (at approximately 7:00am, 8:00am, 12:00pm, 3:00pm and 5:00pm ET, each a “cue-to-call”). Additional clues may be given periodically throughout the day. When the Secret Sound is played, the 9th caller will get a chance to correctly guess the Secret Sound to win the prize currently being offered. The Station will be the sole judge in determining whether the designated caller correctly identified the Secret Sound. Each caller will only have one (1) opportunity to correctly guess the Secret Sound.  The caller’s guess must match exactly the Station’s pre-determined answer (Example: "Breath mints in a CD case" is not correct. The pre-determined correct answer is "Tic Tacs in a CD case.").  Once the fifth Secret Sound is guessed correctly, the Contest will end and no more cues-to-call will air.  When a Sound is guessed correctly, the next Sound will begin at 7am on the next weekday. When a Sound is not guessed correctly, no prize will be awarded for that cue-to-call.  There is no limit to the number of times a listener may attempt to call in to win, but a listener may be a prize winner only once.

Contest Rules

Kicks 99's Secret Sound

OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES

 

These rules apply to Kicks 99's Secret Sound Contest (“Contest”) conducted by Beasley Media Group, LLC d/b/a WKXC-FM (“Station”). In addition, the General Contest Rules posted at www.kicks99.com apply to this Contest. If there is a conflict between the General Contest Rules and the Rules for this Contest, the Rules for this Contest shall control.

 

HOW TO ENTER

 

  1. The Contest will begin on Thursday, March 21, 2022 and end on June 29, 2022, or when all five (5) Prizes have been awarded, whichever occurs first.
  2. To participate in the Contest, listen to the Station weekdays beginning on March 31, 2022 and ending on June 29, 2022 at approximately 7:00am Eastern Time (“ET”) for the airing of the “Secret Sound” and a clue about the day’s Secret Sound. The Secret Sound will air up to five (5) times a day at approximately 7:00am ET, 8:00am ET, 12:00pm ET, 3:00pm ET and 5:00pm ET. Each airing of the Secret Sound will serve as a cue to call. Additional clues may be given periodically throughout the day. When the Secret Sound is aired, the ninth (9th) caller to the Station contest line at 1-706-922-9999 will be deemed a “Contestant” in the Contest, upon confirmation of eligibility, and will have the opportunity to win a Prize by correctly identifying the Secret Sound. The Station will be the sole judge in determining whether the Contestant correctly identified the Secret Sound. Each Contestant will only have one (1) opportunity to correctly identify the Secret Sound.  The Contestant’s guess must match exactly the Station’s pre-determined answer (Example: "Breath mints in a CD case" is not correct. The pre-determined correct answer is "Tic Tacs in a CD case.").  When a Secret Sound is correctly identified, the next Secret Sound, if any, will begin at 7:00am ET on the next weekday. If a Secret Sound is not guessed correctly, no Prize will be awarded for that cue-to-call and the Station will continue to air that same Secret Sound for additional Contest cues to call until it is correctly identified, or until the Contest ends.
  3. Station is not responsible for any failure of a caller to reach the Station contest line including but not limited to busy phone lines, misdirected calls, equipment breakdowns, or disconnections. Calls will only be accepted at the designated phone number. At the time of entrant’s call, entrant will be required to provide all information requested including entrant’s full name, complete address (including zip code), day and evening phone numbers and date of birth in order to be eligible to win. P.O. Boxes are not permitted. In the event that the selected caller is disconnected or is found to be ineligible, the next eligible caller who successfully makes it through on the call-in line and completes the call will have the opportunity to be a Contestant.  There is no limit to the number of times a listener may attempt to call in to win, but a listener may be a winner only once.
  4. If at any time during the Contest all five (5) Prizes have been awarded, the Contest will immediately end at that time and no additional cues to call will air. If five (5) Prizes are not awarded at the end of the Contest on June 29, 2022, the Station reserves the right, but not the obligation, to continue to air cues to call and play the Contest until all five (5) Prizes have been awarded, at the sole discretion of the Station.
  5. There will be up to a total of five (5) winners selected in the Contest.

 

ELIGIBILITY RESTRICTIONS

  1. This Contest is open to all Station listeners who are 18 years of age or older as of the date of entry into the Contest, who are legal US residents and reside in Columbia, Richmond, Burke, McDuffie, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Taliaferro, Warren, Washington, Wilkes, and Lincoln Counties, GA and Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell, McCormick, and Edgefield Counties, SC, except where prohibited by law. Winners must possess a valid, government-issued ID and show proof of residency to verify eligibility.

PRIZES

Up to five (5) Prizes may be awarded in this Contest. Each Prize will vary in the amount, and the Prize amount will be announced prior to airing of the Secret Sound.  The Prizes will be awarded in the form of a company check issued in the name of the winner as follows:

  • The prize for Sound 1 is one thousand dollars ($1,000)
  • The prize for Sound 2 is two thousand dollars ($2,000)
  • The prize for Sound 3 is three thousand dollars ($3,000)
  • The prize for Sound 4 is four thousand dollars ($4,000)
  • The prize for Sound 5 is five thousand dollars ($5,000)
  1. No check will be awarded, processed or mailed until winner has claimed the prize at the Station, presented all required documentation, and signed all required releases and tax forms. Checks will then be processed within approximately four (4) to six (6) weeks following confirmation of eligibility and completion of all requisite releases and IRS forms.
  2. Prizes or prize certificates must be claimed at the office of the Station located at 4051 Jimmie Dyess Pkwy, Augusta, GA 30909, Monday-Friday, during regular business hours. Prize or prize certificate must be claimed within thirty (30) days of winning.  Failure to claim Prize by the specified time will result in forfeiture of the prize. It is the winner’s sole responsibility to claim the Prize or prize certificate within the timeline provided in these Official Rules.

SELECTION OF WINNERS

  1. Up to five (5) winners may be selected and notified as described in Section 1 of these Rules.
  2. Odds of winning depend in part on the number and order of calls received.
  3. Entrants must listen to the Station but need not be present to win.
  4. Decisions of Station management with respect to the Contest are final.

CONDITIONS

  1. The Station reserves the right to end any contest or amend these rules upon announcement on air and by publication at www.kicks99.com.
  2. Copies of the written Contest rules and a list of all winners are available during regular business hours at the main studio of the Station, 4051 Jimmie Dyess Pkwy, Augusta, GA 30909, or by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the Station.