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If Your Team Doesn't Make It To The Super Bowl This Year, Heinz Will Pay For Your Flight Change
Ok, so your favorite NFL team didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year and it sucks. Have no fear, Heinz has a plan to ease the pain.
If you booked tickets to see your team in the Super Bowl, but they didn’t make it, you don’t have to lose the cash you spent on flights.
Beginning on January 20th at 8 p.m. EST, the notorious ketchup brand has major plans to help fans change their flights to Miami if their team doesn’t make it to the Super Bowl.
According to the company’s website, “Heinz is offering to cover your change fees to reroute your Miami-bound flight to a destination of your choice for just 57 cents.”
All you have to do to cash in on this offer is to have proof that your plane ticket was booked before midnight on January 15th, 2020. The ticket museum clearly states that it was issued by a domestic airline and it must have a scheduled arrival date at Miami International Airport between January 29th and February 2nd, 2020.
If you have proof that meets all of the requirements, Heinz is down to help you with your flight change. Just submit a photo of your flight ticket that shows the date of purchase with a timestamp, the price you paid, airline, departure and return dates and the return cities.
Once you have the photo, head to Heinz57FlightChange.com and fill out the registration form using a valid email address. When your email has been confirmed, you will be entered into the sweepstakes.
Heinz will be giving 300 lucky grand prize winners a “flight change refund” totaling to a $199.34 Visa prepaid card.