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Cricket Wireless and ESPN to Ring in the New Year with “Bucket List” Sweepstakes

Cricket Wireless and ESPN are teaming up once again to grant a New Year’s wish for the ultimate sports fan with the launch of a second “Bucket List” sweepstakes.

A lucky grand prize winner will win an all-expense paid VIP sporting experience.

They’ll get:

  • A Bucket List sporting experience of their choice* within the continental U.S.
  • Economy airfare and hotel for 3 days, 2 nights for winner and their guest
  • $500 in spending money
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 with 1-year of the Cricket Wireless $70 plan

“We’re kicking off the New Year by surprising and delighting our Cricket customers with another Bucket List sweepstakes thanks to our relationship with ESPN,” said Tiffany Baehman, vice president and chief marketing officer, Cricket Wireless. “This is our second Bucket List sweepstakes. In November, more than 100,000 sports fans entered the Bucket List sweepstakes for a chance to win a once in a lifetime experience.”

But that’s not all.  Beyond the grand prize, three first prize winners will get a new Samsung Galaxy S7 with 1-year of the Cricket Wireless $70 plan. This includes unlimited text, talk and high-speed data with no annual contract. Monthly taxes and fees are included. And 10 second prize winners will receive a basketball autographed by Jalen Rose.

From Jan. 1, 2017 to Feb. 5, 2017, sports fans can enter the 2017 Bucket List Sweepstakes by visiting any Cricket Wireless store or online at http://www.cricketsweepstakes.com/ESPNBucketlist17.


ESPN and the ESPN Logo are registered trademarks of ESPN, Inc.  All rights reserved.

ESPN is not a sponsor of this sweepstakes.

* Exact trip dates, locations, and sporting events to be determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion, taking into account winner’s input and other factors.

[Editor’s Note: the TSA has banned Galaxy Note 7 devices from all flights and not the Galaxy S7 ]

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