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Win $ 5,000 Playing The FOX Bet Super 6 Quiz Show: Answer Football, Travel & Adele Questions

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Win $ 5,000 Playing The FOX Bet Super 6 Quiz Show: Answer Football, Travel & Adele Questions

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The FOX Bet Super 6 “Quiz Show”, a weekly contest featuring six multiple-choice questions on sports, actions, movies and more, giving entrants a grand prize of $ 5,000.

All applicants need to do each week is attempt to correctly answer six multiple-choice questions on topics ranging from sports meteorologically entertainment To Politics for a chance at a great price. The FOX Bet Super 6 app is free to download and the contests are free.

Fox Nation’s Tom Shillue revealed this week’s questions on “Fox & Friends,” which include guessing the winner and margin of victory in the Ohio State-Michigan game, how many travelers will pass through TSA checkpoints on the day after Thanksgiving, and how many songs Adele has on Friday, will make the top 10 of the “Top 200” on Spotify’s US Daily Stream chart.

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Over $ 5 million has been donated to various Super 6 contest winners until there. Users of the app can also play other games by answering questions about various sporting events, including the popular weekly “NFL Sunday Challenge” where you can win $ 100,000 from Terry Bradshaw’s money.

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FOX Bet Super 6 is available nationwide except Washington State.

FOX Bet is an online and mobile bookmaker originally developed as part of a one-of-a-kind national sports and media betting partnership in the United States between The Stars Group Inc. and FOX Sports, a unit of Fox Corporation. . On May 5, 2020, Flutter Entertainment Plc announced its acquisition and subsequent merger with The Stars Group.

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