Skip to main content

Want to go to the 2024 Super Bowl for free? Paramount+ is giving away tickets

The 2024 Super Bowl isn’t for another two months, but what football fan could pass up a chance to go to the big game for free? It’s the dream for many, but only one streaming service is making a game out of it. Paramount+ has announced that it’s giving away 58 tickets for a Super Bowl LVIII VIP experience in Las Vegas in the newly launched Hide & Peak interactive sweepstakes.

It’s easy to enter and play, but you will have to work for it. To enter, Paramount+ subscribers will have to find QR codes that are hidden in the ad bumpers before some of the streamers’ movies and TV shows. The catch is that players will have to follow Paramount+’s social media accounts to get hints about where the QR codes are located. Once fans have the codes, they can scan them and arrive on a landing page that will allow them to formally sign up for a chance to win.

L'Jarius Sneed of the Kansas City Chiefs repositions himself for the next drive.

Of course, if you keep track of everything new on Paramount+, there’s a chance that you could stumble across the QR codes without really trying to. But this is a game where you really should take every advantage possible, so keep in mind that new codes will be dropped every Thursday for the next three weeks, giving subscribers a total of nine chances to win. In addition to airfare, here’s what the prize package looks like:

● Two official Super Bowl LVIII game tickets
● All-inclusive pre-game hospitality
● Roundtrip game-day transportation
● Weekend on-location lounge access
● Evening with a Legend cocktail reception
● Three-night stay in Las Vegas
● Super Bowl LVIII Experience access
● Super Bowl LVIII Gifting Experience
● Concierge guest services

“We couldn’t be more excited to be the streaming home of CBS Sports’ presentation of Super Bowl LVIII and plan to generate excitement both on and off the field with original and creative campaigns, such as this interactive sweepstakes,” said Paramount Streaming’s Domenic DiMeglio in a statement. “The digital activation gives us the chance to engage audiences within our service while also giving back to some of our lucky fans with 58 tickets in honor of Super Bowl LVIII.”

The contest has already started, so what are you waiting for? Head to Paramount+’s Hide & Peak site for more info!

Editors' Recommendations

Blair Marnell
Blair Marnell has been an entertainment journalist for over 15 years. His bylines have appeared in Wizard Magazine, Geek…
3 best Disney+ movies to watch instead of the Super Bowl 2024
A man and a woman walk in a zoo in We Bought a Zoo.

It's February 11, and the question everyone is asking is this: How are you going to spend Super Bowl Sunday? If you're not a big football fan or don't care about Super Bowl halftime shows, then you may feel like you're out of luck. After all, what else is there to watch?

Disney+ may seem like an odd solution to this problem, but it turns out that the House of Mouse streamer has some good options for anyone interested in some action, adventure, or good old-fashioned comedy. Here are some movies that are sure to entertain, and we promise that there won't be a football in sight.

Read more
5 great Netflix movies to watch instead of Super Bowl 2024
Keanu Reeves in John Wick.

How are you going to spend Super Bowl Sunday? If you're not into football or you aren't interested in the Super Bowl commercials, there's no reason not to get together with your friends and family to do something else on the big day. And if you're a Netflix subscriber, then you've got everything you need for a movie party without having to turn on the Super Bowl.

Whether you're flying solo this weekend or getting together with other people, these are the five best Netflix movies to watch besides the Super Bowl. Our list features one of the most successful animated movies of all time, the return of everyone's favorite superhero, Keanu Reeves' action comeback, Jennifer Lawrence's big screen return, and a musical rom-com that might be the life of a party by itself.

Read more
10 best Super Bowls of the last decade, ranked
Players kick a ball in the Super Bowl.

In American football, there is no bigger game than the Super Bowl. For nearly 60 years, the championship game between the top teams from the AFC and the NFC has become a TV event like no other. While it's true that many people watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, there have also been some truly classic showdowns on the football field.

With Super Bowl LVIII arriving this Sunday, February 11, we're taking a look back at the best Super Bowls of the last decade ranked from worst to first. There are a few blowouts below, starting with our pick for No. 10. But the very best Super Bowls on this list are already legendary in the lore of the NFL.

Read more