Football fans hoping for free Super Bowl 51 tickets are in for a treat. An on-going sweepstakes will reward lucky fans not only with tickets, but a whole package for the much-awaited event.
The Atlanta Falcons official website recently opened its sweepstakes for tickets to the Super Bowl. People qualified for the raffle include legal US and Georgia residents. One must also be 21 years or older.
Joining the sweepstakes is simple. Just fill out and submit this form to qualify. Meanwhile, an important document to read before joining is the sweepstakes rules.
Per the rules document, the promo runs from January 23, 2017 (Monday) at 12:01 a.m. EST until January 30, 2017 (Monday) at 11:59 p.m. EST. Only one entry per person is allowed.
If chosen, the winner of the sweepstakes will earn the following: two Super Bowl 51 tickets, airfare for two to Houston and a hotel stay in Houston involving one room with double occupancy. Travel period for the airfare must fall on February 4 to 6, 2017.
The sweepstakes rules document explains everything in detail. Read the complete details here.
The real struggle of scoring Super Bowl 51 tickets
Winning tickets for Super Bowl 51 seems heaven-sent with the current state of the events’ ticket prizes. An article posted by Russ D’Souza on Forbes places current reselling price at US$5,101.
Meanwhile, ticket retailers like StubHub! have tickets ranging from US$3,525 to US$6,000+. However, StubHub! makes it clear on their website that the ticket prize already includes other incentives related to the game. These add-ons include access to a pre-game party, food and drinks, and even meet-and-greets with NFL greats.
Streaming avenues and other ways to watch
People who can’t attend the event live have a number of alternate modes to watch it. Per SB Nation, Fox gets this year’s honor to televise the Super Bowl with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. Meanwhile, users who have access can also stream the event via Fox Sports Go.
Super Bowl 51 brings the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons head to head at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The big game happens Sunday, February 5 at 6:30 p.m. ET.
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