11 random winners will receive an assortment of chips and dips, pair of 2023 ReliaQuest Bowl tickets or the ultimate college football and tailgating aficionado prize package!
Enter to win the 2022 On the Border Chips and Dips Football Tailgate Sweepstakes
Ends November 18, 2022 at 11:59 PM EST
Limit: One entry per person
Eligibility: The Sweepstakes is open only to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States of America and the District of Columbia who are at least 18 years of age at the time of entry.
- Grand Prize: One (1) winner and (3) three guests will be selected to win the ultimate college football and tailgating aficionado, prize package, that includes – four (4) Club Level game tickets to the January 2, 2023 ReliaQuest Bowl, in Tampa, Florida, plus an on field pre-game experience for four (4), single room, double occupancy accommodations for four, for a three night and four day stay (Dec. 31, 2022 to Jan. 3, 2023), $100 dining card for game day dining, and a $500 cash card for travel related expenses. Prize will have an approximate retail value (ARV) of $2,860, and actual trip dates will be December 30 – January 3. Trip must be taken for the 2023 ReliaQuest Bowl weekend and cannot be utilized outside of these dates. Grand prize also includes the ultimate tailgate items: two collapsible tailgate chairs, one cooler (brand and size TBD), a portable grill, a folding tailgate table, tailgate plates and utensil set, a Baggo game set (ARV of all items equals $1,250) and various ON THE BORDER® Chips and Dips product. Tailgate items will be shipped to grand prize winners home address after the ReliaQuest Bowl experience.
- First Place Prize: Five (5) first place prize winners will receive: A pair of 2023 ReliaQuest Bowl tickets valued at $80 each, and an assortment of ON THE BORDER® Chips and Dips.
- Second Place Prize: Five (5) second place prize winners will receive an assortment of ON THE BORDER® Chips and Dips, valued at $30 each.
Note: The product images shown are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of the prizes