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Cricket Wireless Launches New Bucket List Sweepstakes

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Cricket Wireless has just announced a new contest they have lined up for all their customers. In partnership with ESPN, they have presented a second "Bucket List Sweepstakes" after the success of the first contest launched back in November.

In line with the new sweepstakes, Cricket Wireless will be giving one lucky grand prize winner the following prizes:
  • A Bucket List sporting experience of their choice within the continental U.S. 
  • Economy airfare and hotel for 3 days, 2 nights for the winner and his guest
  • $500 spending money
In addition with an all-expense paid VIP sporting experience, the lucky winner will be getting a Samsung Galaxy S7 with 1-year of the Cricket Wireless $70 plan. Under this plan, the winner will be able to enjoy unlimited text, talk and high-speed data with no annual contract. Monthly taxes and fees have been included in the prize already.

Apart from the lucky grand prize winner, Cricket Wireless will also be awarding 10 secondary prize winners with a basketball with an autograph signed by Jalen Rose. If any of these prizes sound interesting to you, make sure you join the 2017 Bucket List Sweepstakes by simply visiting a nearby Cricket Wireless store or sign up through their website.


Source: Cricket Wireless

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  1. Everybody I know is dumping Cricket, they're service has gone to the dogs. Unreliable calls and texting. I wouldn't be surprised if AT&T lost customers last quarter.

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    1. Are they moving to Sprint?

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    2. I am pretty sure cricket is kicking everyone elses asses....

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    3. It could be true, but maybe I would not notice it. I use Cricket but I only do a handful of texts every month, and I don't use it for phone calls huge amount.

      ...but I'm kind of stuck with Cricket. If I left it I would have to pay a whole lot more money to get the amount of data. Or go to something with bad coverage and only be able to use it here and there.

      If there is a problem with a lot of voice calls and text messages not going through, I hope it is temporary and they fix it.

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    4. No problems with Cricket here.

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  2. No cricket ant just better coverage

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    1. "No cricket ant"

      I think there's one too many bugs there, and the sentence made no sense? What are you trying to say?

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  3. At&t has unreliable texting all together, when I was with cricket I had to use Hangouts to avoid their lousy voice/text circuits.

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  4. I have been with Cricket for 2 years with no issues, maybe you are in an area art has poor service

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  5. I have 5 phones on the $70, unlimited plan, each additional phone receives a $10, discount. I pay $250, for 5 smartphones with unlimited talk, text, and high speed data. We have never experienced any drop calls or any other issues.
    Cricket, has provided us with great service, on back roads and areas that other carriers don't work.

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    1. Love cricket been with them for 5 years now

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  6. No problem with cricket. I have been a customer of cricket for 5 years now

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  7. Never had a problem with cricket. I think people using cheap android phones is the problem.

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