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College Basketball Madness Prizes
Top 10 in Points :
Top 10 point winners will get the following cash prizes:
• 1st Place = $500
• 2nd Place = $400
• 3rd Place = $300
• 4th Place = $200
• 5th Place = $50
• 6th Place = $50
• 7th Place = $50
• 8th Place = $50
• 9th Place = $50
• 10th Place = $50
If you have an active JazzSports account opened prior to March 15th and remain active throughout the tournament and meet the definition of active account below, you have the oportunity to win the following Betting Script Prizes:
• 1st Place = $3000
• 2nd Place = $2000
• 3rd Place = $1000
• 4th Place = $500
• 5th Place = $100
• 6th Place = $100
• 7th Place = $100
• 8th Place = $100
• 9th Place = $100
• 10th Place = $100
At the end of the tournament call 888 632 8890 to claim your prize.
An Active Account is defined as having funds and having played at least $50 on four of the previous eight days. The larger prize amount is for active customers.
• Multiple winners split prizes which means the prizes will be split among the winners if there is a tie.
• Only one prize per person will be awarded. Multiple entries will disqualify a participant from receiving any prize. The checks will only be made out to the registered account owner and sent to the address listed on the account. Taxes are the responsibility of the winners.
• A Wagering Script has no cash value and is non-transferable.
• All Betting Scripts MUST BE wagered 10 times before a withdraw can be made.
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