1 Million Dollar Grand Prize with Perfect Soccer Bracket in Hooters Cup Challenge Sweepstakes
Select Hooters Locations Will Open Early on Game Days
Excitement is in the air for football lovers and as the world gets ready to watch all the soccer matches starting June 14th, Hooters is giving fans a million reasons to catch all the action. Fans who enter the Hooters Cup Challenge sweepstakes will be eligible for a $1 million dollar grand prize by completing a perfect bracket.
To be eligible for the $1 million dollar grand prize, entrants must correctly predict all 48 games prior to the start of the initial group stage on June 14. Entrants must then return to hooters.com/soccer or hooters.com/futbol prior to the second round start date of June 30 and correctly predict the remaining 15 games. Participants can track their results via Hooters official Leaderboard and determine where they rank amongst friends for the bragging rights throughout the tournament.
Soccer fans can score many other great prizes by participating in the Hooters Cup Challenge Sweepstakes, including:
· $25,000 prize for fans who predict 60+ games correctly
· Split pot with multiple winners
· Free wings for one year & an HDTV for the overall first place finisher
· Free wings and free pickle offers for best bracket at each Hooters location
· Every entrant will receive $5 off a $25 purchase at Hooters
What’s better than watching a global soccer match with a plate of Hooters World-Famous Wings? Having those wings for breakfast! Select Hooters locations will open early for games, where fans can watch the Cup matches on multiple flat screen TVs. Guests can also enjoy drink specials during the action including $5 Watermelon Margaritas at participating locations*.
Fans who can’t get to Hooters for all the games can enjoy our menu in the comfort of their home. Hooters To-Go is perfect way to pick up your go-to menu items and enjoy them wherever you are watching the games.
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