Mercury Insurance Teams Up with UCLA Athletics to Offer Bruin Fans Free Football Tickets
"We’re confident we can save Bruin fans money on their auto insurance and will gladly give them a free pair of tickets just for giving us a look."
College football is back and the UCLA Bruins are expected to compete for the Pac-12 Championship and a place in the College Football Playoff, so tickets will undoubtedly be scarce. Mercury Insurance has a solution, however, as the company has teamed up with the Bruins to offer football fans a free pair of tickets to a UCLA home football game.
Mercury’s “Get a Quote, Get a Free Pair of UCLA Bruins Tickets” promotion runs Aug. 1 through Oct. 10. Fans who complete an online Mercury auto insurance quote at www.mercuryinsurance.com/UCLA will score a code redeemable for two complimentary tickets to the Bruins’ 2015 home game of their choice. Tickets for each game are limited, however, and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
“We’re confident we can save Bruin fans money on their auto insurance and will gladly give them a free pair of tickets just for giving us a look,” said Erik Thompson, Mercury’s advertising director. “The tickets will go fast, though, so I recommend fans visit the website today to improve their chances of getting tickets to the game they want.”
In addition to its partnership with UCLA, Mercury – one of California’s leading auto insurers – is also a sponsor of the San Diego Padres, Anaheim Ducks, USC Trojans and L.A. Kings.
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Mercury Insurance (MCY) is a multiple-line insurance organization predominantly offering personal automobile, homeowners and commercial insurance through a network of independent agents in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia. Since 1962, Mercury has specialized in offering quality insurance at affordable prices. For more information visit www.mercuryinsurance.com or Facebook.com/MercuryInsurance and follow the company on Twitter.