WynnBET Is Holding A Lions Kickoff Party At Ford Field, Here’s How You Can Be There

Written By Paul Costanzo on July 12, 2022 - Last Updated on July 13, 2022

The WynnBET Sports Bar at Ford Field is holding a Kickoff Party on Aug. 11, and you can earn a chance at attending through WynnBET Michigan.

Customers who wager at least $100 at WynnBET Sportsbook MI and $100 at WynnBET Casino MI before July 24 will be entered into a sweepstakes to win entry into the event.

The all-inclusive party will be held the day before the Detroit Lions open their preseason at home against the Atlanta Falcons.

How to enter WynnBET Kickoff Party sweepstakes

Step 1 toward gaining entry into the drawing is opting in. Once you’ve done that, you will need to make at least $100 in wagers in the sportsbook and at least $100 in wagers in the casino before July 24.

For example, you can make 10 wagers of $10 apiece on baseball games, while also playing 10 hands of blackjack at $10 apiece. Or you could simply make a wager of $100 on sports and $100 in the casino.

Reaching the $100 threshold on sports and in the casino will earn you one entry. Multiple entries can be earned as you reach multiples of $100, but it must be in both. Wagering $200 on sports and $200 in the casino earns you two entries. However, if you wager $1,000 on sports and $100 in the casino, it counts for just one entry.

The drawing will be held at 6 p.m. ET on July 26. Four winners will be selected, and each will win entry for themselves and three guests to the party.

WynnBET Sports Bar is located near Section 222 at Ford Field. The partnership was the first with an NFL franchise for WynnBet Sportsbook.

Lions open preseason Aug. 12 at Ford Field

The kickoff party will be part of an exciting weekend at Ford Field, as the Lions will host the Falcons at 6 p.m. the following night.

Detroit is entering its second season under coach Dan Campbell, and has some exciting new pieces. Foremost among those are first-round picks Aidan Hutchinson and Jameson Williams.

Hutchinson, the No. 2 overall pick out of Michigan, figures to see the field right away at defensive end. Williams, the No. 12 pick out of Alabama, has plenty of excitement surrounding him, but it’s still unclear when the speedy receiver will be ready to play following a knee injury in the national title game.

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