Win Free Super Bowl Tickets For Life With A Gold Bud Light Can


Most of us would be satisfied going to the Super Bowl just once in our lives. But with average ticket prices in the $2000 to $5000 range, it’s just not possible for the average joe. And unless we come into some big cash, going to the Super Bowl each year for the rest of our lives is definitely out of the question. Or maybe not.

Thanks to Bud Light, one lucky football fan (and beer lover) will be able to do just that. Beginning November 28 and ending January 13, all packs of 18-, 24-, and 30-packs of 12 oz. Bud Light cans across the country — except in the no-fun state of California — will feature limited-edition “Strike Gold” Super Bowl-themed packaging. And in 37,000 of those packs will be randomly inserted gold cans.

Those who find the gold cans can enter the sweepstakes by taking a picture with their can and posting the sweeps hashtags (#SBTix4Life and #Sweeps) on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and/or on BudLight.com. Six weekly winners during the promotional window will be selected to win a pair of season tickets to their favorite NFL team and one grand prize winner will be selected to win a pair of Super Bowl tickets for life (up to 51 years) the week of January 16, 2017.

It’s like Willy Wonka but more fun, because beer. Oh, and would you look at that, today just happens to be November 28. Time to get drinkin’!

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