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BUD LIGHT “COUNTRY FESTIVAL GIVEAWAY” CONTEST

New Budweiser Contest for Canada 2024

Enter for a chance to win tickets to a Country Music Festival!

Contest Prizes:

There are four (4) prizes are available to be won, each consisting of one (1) Country Music Festival experience for each contest winner and one (1) guest to 1 of 4 country music experiences:

Country Thunder Music Festival (dates of travel from August 16-19th, 2024)

Calgary Stampede (dates of travel from July 5-7th, 2024)

YQM Country Fest (dates of travel from August 22-25th, 2024)

Cavendish Beach Music Festival (dates of travel from July 5-8th, 2024)

Each experience includes:

  • two (2) event passes to one (1) Prize Festival
  • two (2) tickets return economy airfare to Prize Festival location
  • ground transportation allowance to Prize Festival in the form of car rental, shuttle pass or other method of transportation(up to $500 CAD)
  • three (3) nights standard hotel accommodation
  • and taxes on included services

Approximate retail value of each Prize is $6,500 CAD

How to Enter

Fill out the online entry form with your information.

Limit of five (5) entries per household during the Contest Period, regardless of the method of entry.

Contest Rules:

  • Open to Canada
  • Quebec Friendly
  • Age 19 and older
  • Limit of five (5) entries per household

Click Here to Enter

This Budweiser Contest Ends April 30, 2024

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