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2013 NCAA March Madness JACKPOT Rules/FAQ's/Random Results (CLOSED)
2013 NCAA March Madness JACKPOT Tournament Rules:
1) Blowout Cards will contribute $5 into a JACKPOT for every
Box purchased from the list below.
2) Purchase any of the following boxes and receive 1 FREE Random 2013 NCAA Tournament Team!
Purchase 1 Box = Receive 1 Random Team!
Purchase 2 Boxes = Receive 2 Random Teams!
Purchase 3 Boxes = Receive 3 Random Teams!
Purchase 12 Boxes = Receive 12 Random Teams!
...and so on!
Purchase MULTIPLE Boxes to increase your chances of reaching the JACKPOT Bonus Grid!
3) As each Group of 64 Teams fill, we will use RANDOM.ORG  True Random Number Service to determine the Teams that everyone will receive!
4) The Final Four Teams of each group will each earn (at a minimum) 1 spot in the JACKPOT Bonus Grid!
5) For the Jackpot List of Participants, we will use your initials of your first and last name along with your State and Zip Code.
(Example: James Dean in VA will be JDVA 23456)
6) All JACKPOT purchases will ship immediately.
7) Attention Group Break Hosts! Group break hosting is permitted but you must purchase and lockin your spots
immediately to assure that you acquire spots for your break. We will not be able to reserve spots for this promo.
Please contact Danny@blowoutcards.com with any questions.
8) Blowoutcards.com reserves the right to alter, cancel, or change the promotion at any time for any reason.
Have Fun! Thank you all for your continued business!
2013 NCAA March Madness JACKPOT Tournament FAQ's:
Question:
How will we determine how many spots each Final Four team will get in the Jackpot Bonus Grid?
Answer:
Example #1  The Maximum # of Groups
Let's say we ultimately fill the max of 25 Groups.
From each group, (4) Final Four Participants will advance to the Jackpot Bonus Grid.
That's a total of 100 Participants (25 Total Groups x 4 Final Four = 100 Participants).
Therefore, each Final Four team will get 1 Spot on the 100 spot Jackpot Bonus Grid!
The Total Jackpot Bonus Grid will be worth $8000!
Example #2  The Minimum # of Groups
Let's say we ultimately only fill 1 Group.
From each group, (4) Final Four Participants will advance to the Jackpot Bonus Grid.
Therefore, each Final Four team will get 25 Spots on the 100 spot Jackpot Bonus Grid!
The Total Jackpot Bonus Grid will be worth $320!
Example #3  Somewhere in the middle # of Groups
Let's say we ultimately fill 12 Groups.
From each group, (4) Final Four Participants will advance to the Jackpot Bonus Grid.
That's a total of 48 Participants (12 groups x 4 final four = 48 participants).
Therefore, each Final Four team will get 2 Spots on the 100 spot Jackpot Bonus Grid (100 spots/48 participants = 2 spots per w/ a remainder of 4 spots).
*The remaining 4 spots on the grid will be randomed off amongst the 48 participants who made to the Jackpot Bonus Grid (Top 4 on the list each get an extra spot!)
The Total Jackpot Bonus Grid will be worth $3840!
Question:
How can we figure out what Grid Spots will receive Giveaways?
Answer:
*To determine the spot on the grid for all Giveaways, we will always begin with the East/South Winner Numbers (ACROSS) followed by the Midwest/West Winner Numbers (DOWN). Last digit will always be used.
Total Rebounds Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 34 Rebounds and Louisville has a Total of 46 Rebounds.
Go to the The Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 4 (the last digit of 34).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 6 (the last digit of 46).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Rebounds Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Assists Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 9 Assists and Louisville has a Total of 12 Assists.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 9.
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 2 (the last digit of 12).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Assists Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Steals Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 6 Steals and Louisville has a Total of 4 Steals.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 6.
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 4.
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Steals Giveaway  5% of the Total Jackpot!
Total Blocks Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 5 Blocks and Louisville has a Total of 11 Blocks.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 5.
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 1 (the last digit of 11).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Blocks Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Turnovers Committed Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 9 Turnovers Committed and Louisville has a Total of 11 Turnovers Committed.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 9.
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 1 (the last digit of 11).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Turnovers Committed Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Fouls Committed Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 16 Fouls Committed and Louisville has a Total of 15 Fouls Committed.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 6 (the last digit of 16).
Then go to the Louisville(Down) left column of numbers and find the number 5 (the last digit of 15).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Fouls Committed Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Field Goals Attempted Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 62 FGA's and Louisville has a Total of 56 FGA's.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 2 (the last digit of 62).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 6 (the last digit of 56).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Field Goals Attempted Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total Free Throws Attempted Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 15 FTA's and Louisville has a Total of 21 FTA's.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 5 (the last digit of 15).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 1 (the last digit of 21).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Free Throws Attempted Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Total 3 Pointers Attempted Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 11 3PA's and Louisville has a Total of 14 3PA's.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 1 (the last digit of 11).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 4 (the last digit of 14).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total 3 Pointers Attempted Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
Offensive Rebounds Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 10 ORB's and Louisville has a Total of 10 ORB's.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 0 (the last digit of 10).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 0 (the last digit of 10).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Total Offensive Rebounds Giveaway  5% of Total Jackpot!
HalfTime Score Example
At the Half, Michigan has a Total of 27 Points and Louisville has a Total of 41 Points.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 7 (the last digit of 27).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 1 (the last digit of 41).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the HalfTime Score Giveaway  25% of Total Jackpot!
Final Score Example
At the end of the game, Michigan has a Total of 59 Points and Louisville has a Total of 67 Points.
Go to the Michigan (Across) top row of numbers and find the number 9 (the last digit of 59).
Then go to the Louisville (Down) left column of numbers and find the number 7 (the last digit of 67).
Find where these two numbers intersect on the grid. The name of the participant in that square gets the Final Score Giveaway  25% of Total Jackpot!
Last edited by blowoutcards2; 06022013 at 06:19 PM.
