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Win BCS Championship Tics & Beats by Dre: Take The myAT&T Kick It to Win It Challenge

by Mike | Posted on Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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AT&T is giving you the chance to win the ultimate college football experience. Download the  myAT&T app to play (AppleAndroid)

To play, visit the myAT&T Kick It To Win It Challenge site from your mobile or wireless devicehttp://bit.ly/1hIDjWY.

And simply for checking out the app and entering to win, Black Sports Online is also giving you a chance to win.

After you have taken the Kick it to Win Challenge fill out the entry below for a chance to win a $100 gift card and a pair of urBeats headphones by Beats By Dre.

You have 2 Chances to win!

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MyATT Prizes Include:

One Grand Prize winner will receive a pair of tickets to the BCS Championship (includes airfare, car rental, hotel and $1,000 gift card for travel)

Four Secondary Prize winners will receive two tickets to ONE of the bowl games (Rose Bowl, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl, OR Discover Orange Bowl) and $1,500 to use towards travel/accommodations!

You have the chance to play once a week through December 8th.  That’s 6 more chances to play! Over the next 6 weeks you will have the opportunity to use the myAT&T mobile phone application to unlock the field goal flick game by answering a weekly challenge question about myAT&T app functionality and capabilities. Once you answer the weekly question correctly, the will be able to unlock a digital field goal kicking game.  Play the field goal game to win more entries! After December 8th, 5 winners will be selected.

To play, visit the myAT&T Kick It To Win It Challenge site from your mobile or wireless devicehttp://bit.ly/1hIDjWY.

This post is sponsored by AT&T.

 

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