Rocket Mortgage’s Tremendous Bowl 2021 Squares Are Free To Play & May Win You Up To $500K – Thebritishjournal

Rocket Mortgage is giving you a big reason — aside from The Weeknd’s Halftime Show — to keep your eyes glued to the TV on Super Bowl Sunday. The company is bringing back its Super Bowl Square game ahead of Feb. 7, and when you enter, you could potentially win $50,000 every time the score changes. The best part? Rocket Mortgage’s Super Bowl 2021 squares are completely free to play.

Iconic commercials and star-studded halftime shows aside, this year’s sweepstakes will give you an extra incentive to tune into the Super Bowl and potentially score at least $50,000. In addition to two grand prizes of $500,000 (one of which will be given away at halftime and the second at the end of the game), Rocket Mortgage will also be giving up to 30 contestants $50,000 every single time the score changes, meaning all touchdowns, field goals, extra points, and safeties could score you some major cash.

To enter your name in the running, enter before he sweepstakes ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 4. If you’re 18 years old or older, you can register with your personal information at RocketMortgageSquares.com, answering a few questions, and then selecting a “square” from a grid of options. Keep in mind, once you’ve chosen a square, you are not able to change it, so pick wisely.

You can get up to 10 bonus squares if you share your unique sweepstakes link on Facebook and Twitter and someone enters the contest through it. But, you’ll still need to select all bonus squares before the sweepstakes are over on Feb. 4 or you’ll lose them.

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