CheapTickets College Football Tailgate Tourist Contest

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Saturdays in the fall were probably my favorite part of college. My friends and I would wake up, get dressed in orange and blue (Go Gators), and head over to the tailgates surrounding Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. We ate, we drank, we partied, and had the time of our lives. To this day, I wish I could go back and stick around for just one more season.

That wish can become a reality for one very lucky college football fan. CheapTickets is looking for the first-ever “Tailgate Tourist” to travel to five NCAA games and experience the traditions in some of the greatest college football towns across the U.S. And because no tailgater should go it alone, they’ll get to bring a friend.

“Tailgating culture is steeped in team pride and tradition, and there’s no better way to experience it than traveling to some of the best college campuses and stadiums across the nation,” said Justine McDonald, Senior Brand Manager at CheapTickets, in a press release.

The contest is currently running until August 30, and all you have to do is answer two questions: “Which college football city do you most want to tailgate in this season?” and “What is your favorite tailgate dish?” The chosen tailgater will win travel for two, plus a $1,500 ticket stipend to attend games in the following cities:

  • Athens, GA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Columbus, OH
  • Raleigh, NC
  • Austin, TX

    You must be at least 21 years of age and a resident of the United States to enter. May the odds be ever in your favor.

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