Win a once-in-a-lifetime experience to spend a night in the Cinderella Castle Suite and meet a Super Bowl Champion

Dec 18, 2019 in "Magic Kingdom"

Posted: Wednesday December 18, 2019 2:02pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The NFL will be awarding one fan with the MVP treatment at Walt Disney World Resort as part of a new promotion.

One fan will be selected for a Disney MVP Experience to participate along with three guests in the Super Bowl celebration parade at Walt Disney World.

For more than 30 years, Super Bowl Champions have been celebrated with a Super Bowl parade at Disney Parks shortly after The Big Game. This rich tradition is the culmination of Super Bowl week and features thousands of cheering fans, favorite Disney characters, music and lots of fanfare. In addition to riding down Main Street, U.S.A. in the parade, the contest winner will receive a once-in-a-lifetime experience to spend a night in the Cinderella Castle Suite and meet a Super Bowl Champion.

“This once-in-a-lifetime experience for a fan to live out their football and Disney dreams is exactly what our centennial celebration is all about,” said Pete Abitante, NFL Vice President of Special Projects. “The celebratory Super Bowl parade at Disney Parks is a truly special and longstanding tradition beloved by fans and players alike.”

To enter, contest hopefuls should share a video of their best “I’m going to Disney World” and tell us why they deserve to make the trip and tag @NFL and #NFL100Contest for an opportunity to win. The contest is live now through December 31 (11:59:59 p.m. ET). No purchase necessary. For official rules, fans should visit NFL.com/100/contests.

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BromBonesDec 19, 2019

I also thought that. I don't want to give my image to Disney to use especially if I put in any modicum of hard work on a video. Staying in that apartment for a night is not that important to me.

BromBonesDec 19, 2019

Exactly. That means it is a very subjective outcome which disadvantages far too many entrants.

JoeCamelDec 19, 2019

Also I'm sure the release says the video becomes their property so they have all those to use in other ways (ads) Cheap way to generate content

hokielutzDec 19, 2019

So it won't be a random contest... they are judging your superbowl moment video & whether it is worthy (tear jerker) to broadcast.

larryzDec 19, 2019

Maybe I'll enter. I've always wanted to meet Drew Brees...

Rob562Dec 19, 2019

Yup. I actually know someone who won a night in the suite during that promo. (Well technically I think her father did) I did the mail in option from home, only ever got the silver and blue Mickey ears. -Rob

PREMiERdrumDec 19, 2019

But this is for the Super Bowl! CBJ is a hockey team ;)

peter11435Dec 19, 2019

Well originally it was random. As part of the year of a million dreams. So their claim was true at the time. After the campaign they used it for various purposes including celebrities, marketing, magical moments etc.

BromBonesDec 19, 2019

As for that Cinderella suite. Remember when Disney used to claim to pick a "random" guest that walked through the front gate to stay there. They also insisted that you could not pay to stay in the suite and it was only random. Funny how Katy Perry just happened to be "randomly" selected to stay there. I guess randomness changes when enough money is involved. As for this contest....no thanks. My wife and I are not of the proper demographic to win.

Victor KellyDec 18, 2019

I agree with that whole heartedly.

ToTBellHopDec 18, 2019

I feel like they should have contests to just stay there for a night more often instead of letting celebs stay there.

Victor KellyDec 18, 2019

Ill take the suite and forget the champion.

MickeyboofDec 18, 2019

No thanks

ToTBellHopDec 18, 2019

Hell, I’d rather go into the Hall of Presidents... Well, maybe not HoP. Definitely CBJ, though...