Win ISU Football vs. Western Illinois Tickets with WJBC

WJBC has your chance to win tickets to watch our ISU Redbirds Football team at Hancock Stadium!

The Redbirds will host Western Illinois Saturday, March 20th. ISU is allowing a limited number of fans into Hancock Stadium for home games this season.

WJBC VIP Club members have a chance to WIN some of those limited tickets!

CLICK HERE TO ENTER TO WIN TWO TICKETS to the game against Western Illinois.

If you are not a member, Sign-Up Here Now. Being a member is FREE and new members can win the ISU Football tickets!

We will announce the FIVE WINNERS of two tickets to ISU vs Western Illinois on Monday, March 15th. That means you need to Enter to Win by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, March 14th.

Don’t miss this chance to cheer on the ISU Redbirds Football team in person at Hancock Stadium with AM 1230 WJBC. #GoYouRedbirds

COVID-19 Safety precautions at the game include:
• Socially distanced seating
• Fans are required to wear a mask when not in designated areas for food and drink
• Concessions and restrooms available on a limited basis
• No tailgating will be permitted


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