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Cricket Wireless Giving Away VIP Concert Experience to a Lucky Winner

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The holidays are right around the corner! In line with this, Cricket Wireless is giving away an exciting prize.

The US wireless carrier is kicking off the season with a new contest called Consumer Choice Sweepstakes. There will be one grand prize winner who can enjoy an all-expense paid VIP Concert Experience along with his guest. The prize includes the following:


  • Two (2) tickets and VIP Passes to a select concert
  • Roundtrip airfare for two (2)
  • Two (2) nights standard hotel accommodation
  • One (1) Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone with twelve (12) months of Cricket Wireless Unlimited Plan service
  • One (1) $500 prepaid gift card

If you have a concert you're interested in seeing at one of the House of Blues Entertainment venues, you just might be the lucky winner.

But if you're not lucky to be the grand prize winner, you still have a chance to win other prizes. Cricket Wireless will be awarding two (2) first prize winners with a new Samsung Galaxy S8 along with 6 months of Cricket Wireless Unlimited Plan service along with a $100 Live Nation Concert cash card. Three (3) second prize winners will also be given $50 worth of Live Nation Concert cash cards.

Interested in one of these prizes? You can join now until Dec. 10, 2017. Head over to cricketsweepstakes.com/yourchoice to take part in this giveaway.


Source: CricketWireless

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  1. With odds like three out of millions, this is just too good to pass up.

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  2. Good to know Cricket is spending AT&Ts money on sweeps instead of improving their throttled speeds. Guaranteed your Cricket phone won't even work at a major concert because you're depriortized. No wonder people are leaving Cricket in the thousands. Port ratios are insane this quarter.

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    1. If at&t is "allowing" cricket to spend its money than somebody needs to go back to business school.

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  3. I wish they would spend the money on getting better minion mascots.

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    1. Or improving their service. Major outage on 11/14, and no reason except "hardware error". Gosh, my FreedomPop free plan still had service through at&t the entire 6 hours, so definitely not at&t issue.

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    2. Cricket's mascots are great.

      They're creepy, they scare children, and they're thematically unrelated to the company and its products.

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  4. From my observation Cricket has a identity problem, letting go of the 5 lines for 100 and raising the prices is a serious set back for them. From what i'm reading in the previous forms a lot of customers are upset and leaving the company. This is a result of bad planning from att.

    It seems the same process of bad planning with Direct TV which they have been losing a lot of customer since ATT took over. I hope the DOJ block the deal for Time Warner. Direct TV and Cricket would have been in a better off by them selves and good for the consumer.

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    1. "Direct TV and Cricket would have been in a better off by them selves and good for the consumer."

      If you think that Cricket being "by itself" and having no cell infrastructure or access to it is better for the customers...
      Sheesh.

      I guess they could keep selling phones that people could use on WiFi even if they couldn't use them on Cell networks...

      They would be like an mvno without an actual cell network to run things on. Which puts them only slightly below any Sprint based mvno.

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    2. Before AT&T bought them, Cricket did have its own network.

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  5. "Cricket's mascots are great.

    They're creepy, they scare children, and they're thematically unrelated to the company and its products"

    And the one on the right reminds me of actor Owen Wilson.

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    1. I thought the green one on the left was Captain Underpants and the short yellow one on the right was Donald Trump.

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    2. The yellow one does look like it is "high energy."

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  6. Ever since Cricket stopped allowing unlimited hotspot they have been dead to me.

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  7. How about giving us Free Mobile Hot Spot on the $60 unlimited plan instead!!!!!!!!!!!!

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