Raiders and Raising Cane's holding ticket sweepstakes

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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) - The Raiders and Raising Cane's announced they are sending seven winning customers to Oakland for a Raiders home game, along with free chicken for a year.

According to a release from the Raiders, anyone who makes a purchase at a Clark County Raising Cane's location will get a code on their receipt through Dec. 10. Customers can then go to raiders.com/raisingcanesexperience and enter the code, along with their name, address, email and phone number to be eligible for the prize.

A different winner will be selected at each of the Raiders' seven home games in Oakland this season. 

Winners, who must be Clark County residents, receive two Raiders game tickets, a flight voucher worth $500 and a one-night hotel stay in the Bay Area, the organization said. They also get free Raising Cane's for a year (one box combo per week) and Raiders and Raising Cane's merchandise.

The Raiders play at home in Oakland seven times this season. 

  • Sept. 10 L.A. Rams
  • Sept. 30 Cleveland Browns
  • Oct. 28 Indianapolis Colts
  • Nov. 11 L.A. Chargers
  • Dec. 2 Kansas City Chiefs
  • Dec. 9 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Dec. 24 Denver Broncos

The Oct. 14 "home" matchup vs. the Seattle Seahawks will be played in London and is not a part of the sweepstakes. 

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EliteGeeks

Not a Fan of their chicken...

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