EL DORADO, Ark. - As winner of a “Family Vacation” prize in Brookshire’s Food Stores’ “See RED and WIN” game, Jill Pickett from El Dorado received a check for $5,000. The “See RED and WIN” game offers customers a chance to win over $15 million in prizes and money-saving offers. Customers play to win thousands of prizes including two $150,000 grand prizes that have yet to be claimed.
“See RED and WIN” is played on game boards available in stores, where specific game markers must be collected and matched to win specific prizes. Customers receive a “See RED and WIN” game ticket for every qualifying transaction with their Brookshire’s Thank You Card.* Each ticket includes four game markers designed to adhere to the game board, along with an instant-win coupon, money-saving offer or online game code.
Customers earn bonus game tickets for purchasing specially marked items throughout the store. The total number of tickets earned in each transaction is printed on the receipt. There is no limit to the number of bonus game tickets that can be earned in a single transaction.
Customers can also play an online game for a chance to win additional prizes. Some game tickets include a unique 12-digit online game code. Some online codes activate a virtual Progressive Jackpot slot machine that spins the wheels for a chance to win the jackpot or instant winner prize. Players should visit brookshires.com/SeeREDandWIN to register and type in the online code to see if they are a potential winner. Players can also download the new “See RED and WIN” mobile app available in the App Store or Google Play and scan the online game code.
“See RED and WIN” will continue through Feb. 6, 2018, or when all game tickets have been distributed. No purchase is necessary. For more information, including official rules and odds chart, visit brookshires.com/SeeREDandWIN.
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