Jaspy's 2023 SB Squares Promo - OVER $7,500 IN PRIZES! BOXES, CASES + BREAK CREDIT!

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Jaspy's 2023 SB Squares Promo - OVER $7,500 IN PRIZES! BOXES, CASES + BREAK CREDIT!

There are 100 total super bowl square spots. Each *SB 🏈* promo break will have a different amount of squares given away, please refer to break title to see how many. Full spots and spots won via team random/fillers into SB SQ breaks are entered. Any RNB's for any SB SQ break are not entered. Once each break sells out, we will take all the names who joined that break and giveaway the square/squares.


Prizes:

End of 1st Q: 10 BOXES OF 2021 OBSIDIAN TMALL FOOTBALL ($1,000+ VALUE)

End of 2nd Q: 20-BOX CASE OF 20-21 OPTIC H2 BASKETBALL ($2,600+ VALUE)

End of 3rd Q: 2019 NATIONAL TREASURES FOOTBALL BOX ($1,200+ VALUE)

FINAL SCORE: $3,000 BREAK CREDIT!

The location of your SB Squares slot/slots will be chosen via random.org once the promo sells out.

RANDOMIZER ORDER
We will use one dice roll for all the lists below

1. Teams: We will randomize the teams. Team on top is on the top of the squares sheet. Team on the bottom is on the left side.

2. Numbers for team on top: We will randomize the numbers 0 through 9 and list the results from left to right for the team on top.

3. Numbers for team on left: We will randomize the numbers 0 through 9 and list the results from top to bottom for the team on the left.

4. Your names: We will randomize the list of 100 names. Name on top will be in spot 1, second name will be the next spot over in position 2, et al. Basically the names in spots #1 through #10 will be listed in order from left to right in the top row; Spots #11 through #20 will be listed in order from left to right in the second row, so on and so forth.

Then you watch the game and hope the scores fall in your favor! Good luck! 

How the squares work:

 A winner will be determined at the end of the 1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 3rd quarter, and Final Game score. The winner is determined by looking at the last number in each teams' score, and then matching those numbers on the grid and seeing which square intersects those two numbers. An example would be if the AFC versus the NFC in the Super Bowl, and the score at end of the game was AFC 23, and NFC 14. The last number for the AFC is 3, and the last number for the NFC is 4. The square on the grid that has the AFC with a number of 3, and NFC score of 4, would be the winner.