PSRC Super Bowl Fundraiser
UPDATE - 2/6/2021
All of the squares in the fundraiser pool have been filled and the fundraiser is closed. The random numbers have been generated and the "grid" showing all numbers is below. We have also listed the grid BEFORE the numbers were randomized just so you know it was fair and square! Prizes will be awarded based on the score of the Super Bowl at the end of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarters and also the final score of the game. The prizes are as follows:
1st Quarter Prize: $100 Amazon gift card
2nd Quarter Prize: $100 Amazon gift card
3rd Quarter Prize: $100 Amazon gift card
Final Score Prize: $300 Amazon gift card
How Is Each Winner Determined?
At the top of the grid, you'll see "Tampa Bay Buccaneers" and then a row with four boxes in each square. In those four small boxes you will see the randomly generated numbers between 0-9. Each of the these represent the score that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have at the end of each of the first three quarters and the end of the game in this year's Super Bowl.
On the far left side of the grid, you'll see "Kansas City Chiefss" and then a column with four boxes, again with each box containing a number between 0-9. Each of the these represent the score that the Kansas City Chiefs have at the end of each quarter of the game.
IMPORTANT: The boxes go left to right, top then bottom. If the team has a double digit score, only the second digit is used.
For example, if Tampa Bay has 6 points and Kansas City has 15 points at the end of the first quarter, "6" is used to determine the winning column (on top) - which would be the 9th column in the grid below. "5" would be used to determine the winning row (on left) - which would be the 2nd row. The square where the 9th column and 2nd row intersect would be the winner of the first quarter prize (E McDonald in this example).
Remember that there are new numbers for each quarter of the game so you have a new chance of winning! For example, if the score at the end of the 2nd quarter remained Tampa Bay 6 and Kansas City 15, the 4th column and the 9th row would be used to determine the winner (LSzymanski in this example).
If you don't understand what numbers you need to win, simply send an email to and we'll send you an email with exactly what you need - no problem!
Good Luck to everyone and thank you again for your donation!
Here's the grid pre-randomization!