MLB - Beat the Streak Sweepstakes (Expired)
Enter to Win up to $5.6 Million in Cash!
Note: This sweepstakes has expired, but you can find many sweepstakes with similar prizes on the Cash Sweepstakes List.
MLB's Beat the Streak Sweepstakes is challenging you to pick a player in every game that will have at least one hit during that game. If you manage to build a streak that's long enough, you will win a whopping $5.6 million! If no one reaches a streak of at least 57, the entrant with the longest streak will receive $10,000.
This sweepstakes has expired.
- Sweepstakes Entry Form: https://www.mlb.com/apps/beat-the-streak
- Sweepstakes Rules: http://www.mlb.com/mlb/fantasy/bts/y2018/?content=rules
- Sweepstakes Homepage: https://www.mlb.com/
USA, 18+ and above the age of majority
March 29, 2018
September 30, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. ET
1 x daily per person/email
Grand Prize: $5,600,000 in cash. (ARV: $5,600,000)
Top Streak Prize: $10,000 in cash. (ARV: $10,000)
Note that the giveaway will end on the last day of the 2018 MLB Regular Season. The schedule shows that date as September 30th, but please double-check as the end date approaches.
To enter, select one or two players from a list provided by the sponsor on each game day. If your player scores a hit during his game, your streak will continue.
If your player does not score a hit, your streak will be reset to zero unless you use the one-time Mulligan feature (see the rules for how) which will preserve a streak of between 10 and 15 successful picks.
If you pick two players, both players must score a hit or your streak will be reset to zero.
However, if they do, your streak will rise by two.
The first person to receive a streak of 57 will receive the grand prize. If no person reaches a streak of 57, the Top Streak Prize will be awarded instead. If more than one player reaches a streak of 57 at the same time, the prize will be split among all entrants.
The grand-prize winner will choose between receiving a lump-sum or annuity payout.
Be sure to read the rules for more details and special instructions.