Taylor Swift free tickets lottery: How to win raffle for Eras Tour 2024 concerts in United States

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As if entering the SuperDraft Progressive Jackpot Prop Contest for Super Bowl 58 between the Chiefs and 49ers didn’t have enough perks already, another one has been added to the mix. 

Anyone who enters this weekend’s Jackpot, a $10 buy-in for the chance to win $22K, will also be automatically entered into a raffle to win tickets to Taylor Swift’s 2024 Eras Tour. 

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Think about how rocked your family’s world would be if you hit a $22,000 jackpot and won free Taylor Swift concert tickets. As a girl dad, I can say with confidence that I would be immortalized.

Many of you are probably asking “What is the SuperDraft Progressive Jackpot, anyway?” Don’t worry, friends, we can explain. 

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It’s never been easier and more worth your while to become a SuperDraft user and play the SD Progressive Jackpot Prop Contest. Right now, new users who make a first-time deposit of at least $20 will enjoy an instant playable bonus of $20 to their accounts. That bonus will get you a no-sweat first entry into the $10 Jackpot and $10 towards any other DFS or prop contest. 

Here’s why Progressive Jackpot has become so popular: it’s easy, fun, and lets you win a ton of money without putting a lot on the line. And now that entering also gains you free entry into a raffle to see Tay-Tay, how could we possibly stay away?

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Of course, you’ll probably want to know how to play before you sign up and enter.

Every Jackpot contest features 12 over/under player props for a specific day, night, or game. When making a new Jackpot entry, users must make selections for each of the 12 props listed before the first game involved begins.

Users will also need to make an over/under pick for a “reserve” prop, which comes into play if any of the other 12 props are voided for any reason (late scratch due to injury, suspension, etc.). Basically, if a live line is considered a scratch, that particular pick gets scratched from users’ entries and the reserve pick will fill in its place.

Once an entry gets submitted, all 12 props lock, meaning you can’t edit your picks after you enter. From there, you just sit back, relax, cross your fingers, and hope to hit on 100 percent of your picks.

How to win SuperDraft Progressive Jackpot Contest

The coolest part of the SuperDraft Progressive Jackpot is the prize structure, which is unlike any DFS or fantasy prop contest out there.

If you go 12-for-12, you win 75 percent of the jackpot. If you tie with someone else, 75 percent of the jackpot gets split evenly amongst the winners. Not too shabby, considering we’ve seen the pot hovering between $22,000 and $23,000 as of late. 

But that’s only part of the fun. What makes the Progressive Jackpot truly unique is that when one person hits the jackpot, everyone who entered the contest wins. 

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When a user or users go 12-for-12, twenty percent of the jackpot will be split evenly amongst the rest of the field from that contest’s entered users. Five percent of the jackpot will remain as a reserve for the start of the next contest.

How cool is that!? You have a chance to not only bag a massive jackpot, you also have the opportunity to infuse the bankrolls of a bunch of fellow SuperDraft users! You win, everybody wins!

But that’s not all β€” Progressive Jackpot Props contest entrants also get automatically entered in a random drawing for a $5 ticket the following day. Twenty random winners get drawn daily, meaning 20 entrants will get their five bucks back so they can enter again at no extra cost!

In summation, you’ve got the following: 

  • the chance to win $22,000
  • the chance to make a bunch of other people a bunch of money
  • the chance to win Taylor Swift concert tickets to her 2024 Eras Tour
  • the chance to win a $5 ticket the day after the Super Bowl

Now, shall we get to our Progressive Jackpot Prop Contest picks?

SuperDraft Progressive Jackpot Contest: Best bets

Now that you know how to play and we got you all signed up, let’s check out five of our favorite best bets from the 12-leg contest. 

Patrick Mahomes over/under 26.5 rushing yards

This might be the easiest of the dozen props. Mahomes has gone UNDER 26.5 rushing yards in 18 of the 19 Chiefs games he has played this season, and we don’t think he will suddenly look to beat a tough 49ers defense with his legs. If Kansas City runs the ball, it will do so with stud running back Isiah Pacheco to open up the field for the pass.

Betting advice: UNDER


Brock Purdy over/under 31.5 pass attempts

This one’s easy, as well. As this game projects to be pretty close, with an implied final score of about 25-23 49ers, we like Purdy to attempt a bunch of passes. He accumulated 70 passes through San Francisco’s first two playoff games this season, and he tossed 32 passes when the Niners faced their toughest regular-season competition against the Ravens. Smash the OVER.

Betting advice: OVER


Christian McCaffrey over/under 92.5 rushing yards

Here’s where things start to get tricky. CMC led the NFL in total rushing yards, all-purpose yards, and TDs this season, but the Chiefs only allowed running backs to average 86.9 rushing yards per game this season. He’s coming off rushing yard totals of 90 (vs. Lions) and 98 (vs. Packers), but the Kansas City surrendered ground yardage totals of 20 and 61 to the past two RB1s the defending champs faced (Gus Edwards and James Cook). Ultimately, we have to go UNDER here, as CMC averaged below this amount on the season and the Chiefs’ D is pretty good. We think he will be heavily involved in the passing game, which could be an x-factor in the turnout of this game. We hate going against the best back in the game, but we also hate going OVER on a 92.5-yard prop. 

Betting advice: UNDER (with a gulp)


Brandon Aiyuk over/under 63.5 receiving yards 

We expect Aiyuk to largely draw L’Jarius Sneed in coverage, which will be no bueno for San Francisco. Sneed has allowed just a 51.9 percent catch rate this season (top 20 in the NFL), and he also finished third in forced incompletions (17) and ninth in pass breakups (10). Aiyuk has been markedly worse against man coverege (63.6% catch rate) than he fares against zone coverage (70.6% catch rate), so we like Steve Spagnuolo’s defense to keep Aiyuk from catching fire. 

Betting advice: UNDER 


Deebo Samuel over/under 79.5 rushing + receiving yards

You probably expect us to pound the OVER here after fading Aiyuk in the previous prop, but this is just far too many scrimmage yards for our liking. CMC and George Kittle are the x-factors we expect to ball out in this one, so we’re shying away from the Swiss Army knife receiver. He’s explosive, sure, but Kansas City allowed just 4.8 yards per play and hovered around the top of the NFL in terms of fewest explosive plays allowed this season. 

Betting advice: UNDER

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