Anheuser-Busch - Bud Light Super Bowl Tickets for Life Sweepstakes (Expired)

Win Super Bowl Tickets for the Next 30 Years, a Prize Worth Over $200k

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Anheuser-Busch's Bud Light Super Bowl Tickets for Life Sweepstakes is giving away the ultimate prize for football fans. Enter and you could win free Super Bowl tickets every year for the next 30 years plus airfare, hotel, and spending cash for this year's Big Game.

The prize is worth up to more than $200,000. Plus, 2,000 more winners will each receive a hat sponsored by Bud Light and Super Bowl LII. This sweepstakes has expired.

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USA, 21+

Start Date:

December 04, 2017

End Date:

January 22, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. CT

Entry Frequency:

1 x daily per person

Sweepstakes Prizes:

Grand Prize: Four tickets to each year's Super Bowl for up to 30 years, beginning with Super Bowl LII in 2018 and a trip for four to Minneapolis, Minnesota for the 2018 Super Bowl. The trip includes airfare, a three-night hotel stay, ground transportation, and $500 spending cash.

(ARV: up to $203,400)

1st Prizes (2,000): A Bud Light/Super Bowl LII hat. (ARV: $20)

Additional Comments:

The link above is for the non-purchase entry method. You can also enter by text with a code that you can get with the purchase of participating Bud Light products.

The sponsor has the right to substitute a cash prize of $6,510 per year for all of the remaining Super Bowl tickets.

The winner also has the option of accepting $35,000 cash in lieu of the tickets for the 2020 Super Bowl and all following Super Bowls.