Win A Coaster101 Prize Pack with Prop Bets for Sunday’s Big Game!

This coming Sunday, the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams will face-off in the 53rd Edition of “The Big Game” in Atlanta. (which you’re technically not allowed to refer to as the Super Bowl if you’re not an NFL Sponsor)

While Sunday’s game is normally known for its football, halftime show, and commercials that will inevitably make it to YouTube before the game even starts, in recent years, the game has also been known for it’s “Prop Bets.” From National Anthem length to color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach, it seems like there are bets for everything.

We wanted to have a little fun with the game by giving away a Coaster101 Prize Pack with some roller-coaster related prop bets as they relate to Sunday’s big game! The best part? There’s no money at stake here, and you can win with absolutely zero football knowledge, because it’s largely guessing!

Below, you’ll see a google form with 15 “prop bets” we created for the game. They’re centered around some new-for-2019 roller coasters, as well as roller coasters in the areas of New England, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. It’s pretty self explanatory — you’ll pick which number you think will be higher, if it’s the roller coaster statistic, or the football game statistic.

Whoever gets the most correct answers wins a Coaster101 prize pack, featuring items from parks around the country! In the event of a tie, whoever guesses the closest total combined score of the game, without going over (Price is Right Rules) will be the winner.

Good luck! If you have any questions, comment below!

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2 Responses

  1. Charlie says:

    what happens if both options are tied
    example, Rams get 4 sacks, good survey, hope to win , go New England

  2. Andrew says:

    @Charlie: It’s a push and we’ll give everyone the point for that one.

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