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Auburn Fans Earn Prizes with Auburn Ignited Program

For the past two seasons, I’ve watched Auburn students earn prizes from racking up reward points by attending Auburn sporting events. I always wondered if I would get the chance. Today, that dream came alive.

Auburn has announced a new and improved version of the Auburn Ignited rewards program that has been opened up to fans as well. All you need is a Twitter, Facebook, and/or Foursquare account to start earning points to get signed footballs, jerseys, Under Armour gear, etc. It doesn’t just stop at check-ins at events, though. Once you’ve joined, you can also earn points by using social media.

With the new Auburn Ignited program, points can be earned for:

  • Checking in at Auburn events on Foursquare
  • Retweeting the @AUAthletics twitter account
  • Sharing a message or liking a post from the Auburn Athletics Official Facebook page
  • Submiting an accepted photo on CrowdCameo at home football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and gymnastics events
  • Posting a tweet using an accepted hashtag (#auburn, #wareagle, #WDE)
  • Inviting a friend to join the program
  • Scanning in at events using an Auburn Ignited card (Students only)

Each semester the top five point leaders will become exclusive members of the AU Social Club, who will treated to an elite hospitality event at Auburn. So hop on over there and join, and try to get more points than me. You won’t. I’ve been doing all of this since I was a Baby Blogle.

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3 comments

RpH 08/15/2012 at 3:53 pm

This concerns me after I signed up and went to link twitter with it

This application will be able to:

Read Tweets from your timeline.
See who you follow, and follow new people.
Update your profile. <—??
Post Tweets for you. <—??

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The WarBlogler 08/15/2012 at 3:55 pm

Pretty standard for most sites/applications that integrate with your Twitter feed.

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bbmikej 08/20/2012 at 12:41 am

I was just doing some math as a student to get the jersey. If there is a sporting event everyday that I swipe in and out at, I post the tweet and fb message, share a fb story, and rt 3 things on twitter, it will still tale 316 days…

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