Seahawks and Safeway announce partnership extension

“Shop and Score” is an in-store program that allows for shoppers to win weekly prizes.

  • Monday, July 31, 2017 12:38pm
  • Sports

The Seattle Seahawks and Safeway/Albertsons announced Monday, July 31, a multi-year partnership extension.

At the center of this partnership is an in-store program entitled “Shop and Score”, which benefits Seahawks fans and shoppers of both Safeway and Albertsons. Beginning Aug. 16 through Jan. 2, 2018, customers who purchase three participating items in a single-transaction from Safeway or Albertsons stores will receive access codes to be entered to win weekly prizes, including:

  • Seahawks Tickets
  • Autographed Seahawks merchandise, including footballs and jerseys
  • Trip for two to Hawaii
  • Groceries for a year
  • Grand Prize: $250,000 cash prize, awarded if the Seahawks score an offensive touchdown longer than 90 yards this season

In addition, for every Seahawks touchdown in 2017, a sweepstakes entry is drawn for a touchdown prize, which includes:

  • 2018 Season Tickets
  • Toyota Camry
  • Big screen TV
  • Safeway/Albertsons gift card
  • Seahawks Pro Shop gift card

Beginning Aug. 16, customers may visit www.shopandscore.com for more information and to enter access codes.

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