See Super Bowl 50 in person by winning Verizon's Minute50 TXT2WIN contest (U.S. Only)

See Super Bowl 50 in person by winning Verizon's Minute50 TXT2WIN contest (U.S. Only)
As Joe Namath and the New York Jets walked off the Orange Bowl field on January 12th, 1969 as World Champions, the underdog's stunning 16-7 upset of the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III forced the NFL to consider the rival AFL as an equal. The Jets' victory led to the NFL-AFL merger propelling pro football to its current position as the top spectator sport in the U.S.

47 years later, as the NFL is in the process of determining which teams will square off in Super Bowl 50, Verizon is giving away a four day/three night trip for two to San Francisco including air transportation, hotel stay, two tickets to Super Bowl 50, and a $2800 check. The prize is valued at $12,800 and there will be 16 overall winners of this prize.

In total, Big Red is giving away $568,400 worth of prizes in the Minute50 TXT2WIN contest which runs until Midnight EST on February 4th. There are 11 daily drawings remaining. To enter, you must reside in one of the 50 U.S. states or Washington D.C. and text the phrase "Minute50" to to 502016. You can also enter by clicking on the sourcelink. Since there is a new drawing daily, you are allowed to enter once a day.

There are only two more drawings that offer the Super Bowl trip as a prize, today's contest, and the one to be held on February 3rd. Other prizes include a $50 bill credit from Verizon for 50 months along with $700 in cash, a 55-inch Television, a $100 gift card for the NFL Shop, 5GB of data for 50 months along with a $700 check, and a mobile phone charger. The drawings to determine the winners will be held on the day following each entry period.

Check out the slideshow for more information on the contest including entry periods and prizes.

Good luck!

source: Verizon (1), (2)


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