VAFB Exchange shoppers can win Super Bowl LV tickets in sweepstakes

VAFB Exchange shoppers can win Super Bowl LV tickets in sweepstakes

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Procter & Gamble are giving shoppers at Vandenberg and Exchanges worldwide the chance to experience all the gridiron action of Super Bowl LV in person.

From May 15 through June 4, authorized Exchange shoppers can enter the Greatest of All Tides sweepstakes at One grand-prize winner will receive two tickets to Super Bowl LV, held Feb. 21 in Tampa, Florida, along with two tickets to an exclusive, invite-only pregame tailgate party—a combined $7,000 value.

One second-place winner will receive two Super Bowl LV game tickets, a $4,000 value. A $1,500 Exchange gift card, which can be put toward the purchase of a new washer and dryer, will be awarded to one third-place winner.

“The lights, the crowd, the action there’s nothing quite like attending the biggest game of the year,” said Vandenberg Exchange General Manager, Ladda Thomas. “It’ll be the perfect way for our lucky winners to kick off their 2021.”

Travel and accommodations are not included with prizes. Authorized shoppers age 18 or older are eligible to enter. Honorably discharged Veterans who have verified their eligibility to shop the Exchange online can enter the sweepstakes, too. Veterans can find out more on the Exchange’s community Hub page at

Winners will be selected on or about June 12.


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