Play Free Usher Super Bowl Halftime Show Contest: Win $100 Prize

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Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
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TheLines has a free Super Bowl halftime show contest with $100 in prizes. Super Bowl props involving things like the halftime show and the national anthem — and this year, Taylor Swift props — have been a publicized part of Super Bowl odds. Generally, these are only available at illegal offshore sportsbooks, but TheLines’ free-to-play contest allows users to get in on the action without risk or fear of doing business with these entities.

Read on to learn more about how to play this prop game surrounding Usher’s halftime performance in Las Vegas.

Free Super Bowl Halftime Show Contest Details

Longtime pop/R&B star Usher will take the stage after the Chiefs and 49ers hit the tunnels for a break. The sweat begins for Super Bowl halftime show contest players at that point.

The contest includes predicting the first and last songs of Usher’s set. You’ll also have to guess the answers to six other Usher-related questions, from his first words on the mic to which fellow artists will join him on stage. Each choice you make has a correlated number of points associated with it.

For example, Usher starting his set with one of his biggest hits, “Yeah!” will earn you 200 points, whereas starting the show with a less popular song like “Good Good” would net you 900 points. So, there is a case to be made for picking some longshots in this contest.

Finally, as a tiebreaker, predict how many combined points the Chiefs and 49ers will score in the second half.

Only one player will win the $100 Amazon gift card, so be sure to play for first place. You must be 21 or over to play; terms and conditions apply. Use the button above to access the contest and register.

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